Harbour for Boats, Cars and Helicopters
Put away those plastic parking stations
for Matchbox cars. This play set is a lot more exciting. Filled with real water,
the harbour is busy with floating toy boats, while cars and trucks drive around
the highway and over the opening bridge. Helicopters arrive and depart from the
by Gerard Fritsch
on Conisbrough Castle, this well-built fortress will withstand many a siege.
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Cottage Dolls' House
by Allen Homewood
packing strips became the inspiration for this wonderful heritage dolls' house.
by Robert Allison
Ideal for the budding hairdresser or just for children playing dress-ups,
this is a complete salon with work station, trolley and salon chair.
B Double Truck
by Norm McKay
This is a
big outdoor toy at around 1200mm long. Build the trailers as flat-tops, high sides
or cargo vans.
by Gordon Brook
Recycling a failed
turning led to Gordon's innovative approach to making a boat hull. Its wide shape
won't suit a racing vessel but as the Ark, there's plenty of room to store the
by Mark George
into summer with a modern barbecue, complete with gas bottle.
3-Drawer Toy Car
by Bernard Williamson
wooden toy car, complete with working wheels, has a secret. Three, in fact. Press
the small buttons at the rear and out pop three drawers - perfect for trinkets
or a child's 'treasures'.
House Furniture - 4
by Stan Nemeth
Deluxe Dog House
Picnic Setting with circular table and two
More scrollsawn furniture, this time with an outdoor theme.
by Art Burrows
Amuse adults and
children alike with this ancient puzzle.
Wheels with a Disc Sander
by Peter Fogelman
a simple homemade jig attached to a disc sander, Peter shows how you can make
wooden wheels of almost any diameter.
by Derek Thomas
prepared to forego the bells and whistles you can make a practical router table
for relatively little outlay.
by John Ross
What did we do before
batteries? Clockwork, of course! These toys have an interesting history and are
still being made in large numbers today.
Now located on the 2nd and 3rd floors of the Queen Victoria
building, Hobbyco has been in George St, Sydney, since the 1930s and continues
to serve as one of Australia's premier toy and hobby stores.
Senior Citizens Toy Repair Group |
1975, this is one Club that is serious about toys. They spend the whole year collecting
discarded and broken toys, restoring or repairing them and donating them to various