March 26, 2019

GM’s Log – April 2019

The snowstorm of paperwork that follows the MyState Australian Wooden Boat Festival (invoices, accounts, reports and feedback) has begun to clear a little and we are […]
January 28, 2019

The Muir’s Boatyard Heritage

In 2018, we marked the 70th anniversary of Muir’s Boatyard, one of the best-known names in Tasmanian boatbuilding in the period following the Second World War. […]
January 28, 2019

Isn’t She Pretty?

  Well, yes, she is.  This is the elegant Haven 12 1/2 nearing completion in Franklin at the Wooden Boat Centre (yes, there are serious bushfires […]
January 28, 2019

Mal’s Panels

He’s a familiar face around the Hobart waterfront and a frequent traveller abroad in pursuit of wooden boat adventures – Mal Riley is also one of […]
January 28, 2019

Messing About in (Mini) Boats

  In Kenneth Graham’s classic Wind in the Willows, Mole and Ratty are out for a day on the river in Rat’s little boat. He advises […]
January 28, 2019

What A Line-Up!

It’s not just about hundreds of gorgeous wooden boats.  This has got to be one of the most extraordinary gatherings of wooden boat expertise on the […]
January 28, 2019

Welcome Aboard!

We could not produce this enormous event without a great deal of help, and we are delighted to welcome an impressive line-up of new partners for […]
January 28, 2019

Cruisin’ Down the Channel

The Cruising Yacht Club of Tasmania (CYCT) will be hosting a post My State Australian Wooden Boat Festival cruise. The cruise will leave Hobart on 12 […]
January 28, 2019

GM’s Log – January/February 2019

If the MyState Bank Australian Wooden Boat Festival was a tugboat, right now the throttle would be wide open, the towline tight and the windows rattling […]