Welcome to the Pemberton Fine Woodcraft Gallery. Nestled amongst the tall Karri forest in Pemberton this unique gallery features exquisite woodcraft, quality art and sculpture. The artwork is presented within a relaxed and friendly atmosphere paying truth to the original Fine Woodcraft Gallery of the 1990’s. Our fine woodwork pieces are crafted from reclaimed and salvaged timbers found within our South West region.
Pemberton is a small town but most fortunate to be in the midst of the most magnificent forests and countryside. The Southern Forest Region has long been a haven, attracting many fine artists such as prominent Western Australian artists Helen and Guy Grey-Smith (Pemberton) and Howard Taylor (Northcliffe). Many contemporary artists continue to be influenced by these earlier Masters; you will view some of their artworks at the Gallery.
The gallery site, surrounded by Karri forests, hosts a number of buildings constructed from a variety of materials, such as weatherboard and rammed earth and finished with recycled and salvaged timbers. Wander through the gallery to the outside gardens to enjoy the tranquil gardens that we share with local birds, frogs and other fauna.
We are now Open Daily from 10am – 3pm
The Pemberton Fine Woodcraft Gallery is a showcase for local wood craftsmen and artists using native salvaged timbers. Pieces are unique and hand crafted.
Amid a downsize due to COVID we have amalgamated with the Antiques shop, Nook & Cranny which houses an eclectic assortment of collectables.
Now both residing in the original ‘lower’ gallery building on site.