The workshop is well-resourced and provides for the necessary range of skills and processes encompassed by the program. Facilities exist for students to explore a broad range of media and techniques including wood and stone carving, modelling, and casting in metal, cement fondue and plaster. Metal fabrication is assisted by a comprehensive range of tools including MIG, TIG oxyacetylene and stick welders, metal bender, guillotine, oxy-cutting equipment, and forging facilities. Construction in timber and related media is supported by a wood working studio housing drill presses, bench, band and radial arm saws, sanders etc. The workshop has a number of spaces which may be used for drawing, viewing of work, and installation-based practice. Students can also access the resources of other workshops within the School and University.