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Community and charity work

Right from the start, it was envisaged that the Eurobodalla Woodies would have a lively role in community and charity work.That lofty aim was realised from the start, and continues today.

Charity begins at home

Charity begins at home, so they say, and so do we. Our home is at the Original Gold Rush Colony at Mogo, and in recognition of their generosity to us, we're happy to support their aims to provide an educational and enjoyable experience for visitors to the area. The Colony has many buildings and features that represent life as it was in the Gold Rush days.
What is a town without a train station?


Woodies building the Original Gold Colony Train Station at Mogo

All finished!

The outdoor eating tables at the Digger's Rest were sadly in need of refurbishment. A team of Woodies got together and the result is a testament to their skill and attention to detail.



A swing seat for Nardy House

A Garden for Tyson

A raised garden bed was constructed for Tyson of Batemans Bay High School.

             Tyson and Bob from the Woodies discussing his plants.      Just a little bit of help to plant the latest veggie      seedling.


Stove and Cupboard for Batemans Bay Preschool

Park Bench for the Botanical Gardens

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  Modified: 19th March 2017