Radford Wood Crafts is a woodturning studio and gallery at Tullah, western Tasmania. Tullah is a former mining town, a short drive north-east of Rosebery and 45 minutes north-east of Strahan (51 kilometres/32 miles).
At Radford Wood Crafts you can see a range of wood turning and wood craft made from fine Tasmanian timbers, including blackwood, myrtle, Tasmanian oak, sassafras, Huon pine and leatherwood. Watch craftspeople working on site or choose from the range of products which includes platters, bowls, boards, mirrors, lamps, clocks, vases, key racks and knives.
At Tullah you can also see the restored steam locomotive Wee Georgie Wood, which operates on the Farrell Tramway. The Wee Georgie Wood originally ran in the early 20th century between the then isolated mining township of Tullah and Farrell Siding, almost ten kilometres to the south. Most of the tramway route was later inundated by the rising waters of Lake Rosebery but in the 1980s Wee Georgie was restored to full running order by a group of local volunteers.Visit Website
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