Our range of Timber Slabs are cut by mobile sawmills from salvaged logs obtained from rural and urban land clearing, tree loppers or dead logs removed from waterways to prevent silting. Through our large network of suppliers,we have a revolving range of lengths, widths and species. Full width boards are cut from bark to bark giving a unique grain pattern to provide fabulous unique feature bar, bench, serveries or table tops.
Forest Redgum - (Eucalyptus tereticornis)
Natural Edge air or kiln dried Slabs available. A full range of widths and lengths kept in stock for bar, bench, serveries and table tops. The Slabs contain natural feature, ie: bug holes, gum veins and surface cracks. Most slabs feature fiddleback grain. Timber orange, brown to dark red colour.
Blackbutt (Eucalyptus Pilularis)
Blackbutt is a commonly grown hardwood that has attractive colouring from cream to pale brown, sometimes with a slight tinge of pink. Its grain is usually straight and texture is medium and even. Black gum vein is a natural feature.
Ironbark (Eucalyptus paniculata/crebra)
This tree produces a stunning array of timber hues from pale brown to dark chocolate brown and also dark, luscious reds.
Southern Silky Oak - (Grevillea robusta)
A medium sized hardwood planted extensively as a garden and street tree. Logs sourced from tree loppers and slabbed into wide boards. Used for furniture and joinery. Honey brown colour with pinkish tones.
Red Cedar - (Toona ciliata)
Scarce rainforest specie. Salvaged logs slabbed from private landclearing from far north Queensland. Rich red colour. Branch slabs and coffee table sizes available.
Crows Ash - (flindersia australis)
A very rare Australian Hardwood with a golden yellow colour. The timber wears very well hence, it was once very popular for dance floors.
Radiata Pine - (Pinus Radiata)
Large old growth slabs available from logs salvaged from an Apple orchard planted 80 years ago to make apple boxes. Suitable for staining.
Camphor Laurel - (Cinnamomum camphora)
An introduced specie widely found throughout northern New South Wales. Camphor Laurel from salvaged logs is recommended for use in kitchen bench tops, tables, turning bowls and breadboards. It has a beautiful strong dark grain against a yellow texture. Contains certain anti-bacterial agents.
River Redgum Burl - (Eucalyptus camaldulensis)
These Burls Slabs come from irregular growths protruding from the trunk and can vary in shape and size. Highly sought after for their exquisite grain pattern. Ideal for coffee or feature dining tables.