February 20th — Melville
A money box in the form of an animal with all components turned and at least one part incorporating a spherical form. May be embellished
March 20th — Manjimup
A usable walking stick with handle and shaft both made from timber. Handle may be carved and/or turned. May include metal joiners or ferrules.
April 17th — Swan
A Quaich (Scottish Drinking Vessel) made from a single piece of timber, including handles. Inside bowl diameter 90-100mm. May be embellished.
May 15th — Mandurah:
A Vase, Min height 200mm to max height 400mm. May be functional or decorative.
June 19th — Collie
Platter, 200-400mm diameter, height maximum 10% of diameter.
July 17th — Gosnells
Precision Drilled vase as per attached details. Make to dimensions (mm), judged on measurements criteria.(see Figure 1 “Drilled Vase Measurements.”)
August 13th, 14th, 15th — Wood Show
Open, artistic competition
August 21st — Bunbury
Hollow vessel, maximum height 300mm. One piece of wood – no joins. Hollowed from the top – diameter of hole no larger than 45mm. Vessel diameter minimum twice opening.
September 18th — Wandi (AGM)
A turned hollow flask. Overall height, including stopper, 150-200mm. All other measurements to be in proportion to maintain balance of design. Side inserts are required and inserts and/or stopper may be different wood. Side inserts and stopper must show some form of embellishment.
October 16th — Joondalup-Wanneroo
Matched pair candlesticks
November 20th — Busselton
Oval picture frame, may be natural edge or embellished. Maximum 300mm in largest dimension.