Stirling Women's Shed

Would you like to learn a range of new skills alongside other women? Join us at Stirling Women's Shed!

City of Stirling and the Joy of Wood partnership

The City of Stirling is pleased to announce the launch of its 12-month pilot partnership with the Joy of Wood. 

The Joy of Wood has been integral in the development of the Stirling Women's Shed since its inception in 2022 and the City is delighted to formalise this partnership. Both organisations recognise the benefits of a space for women to come together, learn, connect and thrive. 

The Joy of Wood teach traditional woodworking hand skills and techniques and will be operating and growing the Stirling Women's Shed through a series or programs across weekdays and weekends. 

To find out what workshops are on offer, please see the Stirling Women's Shed Workshops booking site. 

Find out more information at the Joy of Wood or email

About the Stirling Women's Shed 

Stirling Women's Shed offers a range of activities that empower women to learn new skills, hobbies and interests while building social connections.

Catering from beginner to intermediate abilities participants are welcome to try their hand at something new in a fun and supportive space.

The Women's Shed is a place for people who identify as female and is respectful of people from the LGBTIQA+ community.

Getting there

Stirling Women's Shed, Leisure Centre Building 2, Scarborough Community Hub

173 Gildercliffe Street

Scarborough, WA 6019

Did you know?

You can volunteer with us - a range of opportunities are available throughout City of Stirling including Women’s Shed. Visit our Volunteering page to learn more.


Do I need to be a Stirling resident?

Women of all ages are welcome to participate in programs at the Stirling Women’s Shed. While established primarily to serve women who reside in the City of Stirling, in fact all women are welcome, including those who reside outside of the City of Stirling.

Do I need to be a member?

No. Women can participate at the Stirling Women’s Shed either as Members or as visiting Non-members.

Membership of the Stirling Women’s Shed has benefits and responsibilities. By becoming a member, you are supporting the establishment and running of this exciting facility. Members are entitled to discounted fees for Workshops, for Scheduled Open Sessions, and free entry to Member-only Special Events and Gatherings. Non-members can still participate in Workshops and Open Sessions, but with no discounted entry fees. For more information about membership, please email:

How do I know what’s on?

Visit the Joy of Wood website to stay informed about the workshops and programs on offer at the Stirling Women's Shed. 

I don’t know how to book things online. What can I do?

All Stirling Libraries provide free assistance with smartphones, computers and other technology. Phone your local Library to book a one-on-one session or call the City directly.