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The Shed

Thinking about Joining?

Members of our Shed come from all walks of life – the bond that unites them is that they are men with time on their hands and would like something meaningful to do with that time whether that be in the workshop or part of the many and varied interest groups.
Mt Gravatt Men's Shed has developed a safe and happy environment where men are welcome to work on community projects, specific shed projects or a project of their choice in their own time and where the only ‘must’ is to observe safe working practices….all in a spirit of mateship.

Activities currently available at the Shed


  • Wood Work / Carpentry

  • Wood Turning, Carving & Scroll Sawing

  • Metal Work – Sheet Metal Fabricating, Metal Scrolling & Welding

  • CNC Routing

  • Laser Etching

  • 3D Printing

  • Small Engines

  • Leather Work

  • Native Bee Keeping

  • Art – Drawing, Painting & Cartoons

  • Music – Guitar, Ukulele,  Band & JAM Sessions

  • Photography

  • Travel

  • Cards

  • Indoor Bowls

  • Heart Fit Exercise

  • Writers Group

  • Gardening

Opening Hours

8.00 am to 3.00pm Monday to Friday

The shed is closed on the Monday when the Social meeting is held

Check the Monthly Activity Calendar for individual activity timings.


Males from 18+.


Membership Application Fee $20.

Annual Membership Fee

(Jul to Jun) $65.

Monthly Social Meeting

including Lunch $7.

Daily Attendance Fee $3.

Activity and Course Fees –

From $0 to $50 (Depends on the consumables. Most are $10).


It's up to the individual.

Most members attend at least once per week.

There are lots of opportunities to help in the running of your shed.


There are rules and these are laid out in

The Constitution,

The By-Laws and

The Code of Conduct

H & S

It is a requirement that ALL new members and re-joining members who wish to use or visit the workshop MUST undertake the  Health & Safety Program before entering the workshop.

Orientation Program

It is a requirement that ALL new members and re-joining members undertake the Orientation Program.

Men Making a Difference


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