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Tasmanian timber is a thing of beauty.

Grown locally and sustainably, Tasmanian timber is processed to the highest standards, and backed by the technical support of Australia’s leading timber experts. Use it to transform your next project.
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Hydrowood: a vast resource reclaimed.

Consumers are taking increasing interest in the provenance of products. As such, the brand story has become an essential and valuable component of the marketing mix.
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How sensor technology is making Tasmanian Timber more valuable

CSAW are the national authority on the drying, processing, handling and installation of timber from the forest to the final application. They have determined a way to take their academic know-how into every timber yard in Tasmania.
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From raw to refined: Pumphouse Point

Creating special places in spectacular landscapes is something Tasmanians have a knack for. And for visitors to the award-winning Pumphouse Point – a hotel like no other in the centre of one of the world’s most pristine natural environments – the experience is a truly remarkable one.
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Blackwood: A timber that was perfect.

St Francis Xavier Cathedral in Adelaide, the obvious choice was Tasmanian Blackwood. Image supplied by Britton Timbers.
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Blackwood Has 'Wow' Factor at RACV Healesville

RACV's superb Healesville Country Club has drawn praise from around the country and its stunning design and use of natural materials has been a key factor.
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Landscape Restaurant & Grill – an interior steeped in history

Landscape Restaurant & Grill was inspired by the island of Tasmania. Every element of the design has been carefully selected, and embraces the history of the place. The timber selected for the tables and chairs has an incredible history of its own. It is literally steeped in history.
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Bringing in the light – the vast Tasmanian Oak ceiling exceeding expectations

When you get a man with a vision, and that vision is to create a tropical-themed 80sqm outdoor entertaining area at the back of his place, incredible things happen. Despite the grandeur of the lush space, it is the Tasmanian Oak ceiling that makes this renovation extraordinary.
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Innovative timber structural solutions for mid-rise timber buildings

Timber’s capacity to store carbon and replace energy-intensive conventional building materials has driven a surging interest in wood as a structural material for tall timber buildings.
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Phat Fish – contemporary, timeless, quintessentially Tasmanian.

“Phat” is slang for cool. And in Hobart’s newest bar and seafood restaurant, Phat Fish, the owners have created a luxurious but inviting atmosphere that is just that - cool.
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Forty thousand reasons to choose Tasmanian Oak

Anna Gowen, architect at TONIC Design, has designed the most opulent ceiling you could imagine for the ten-pin bowling alley at Crown Casino in Melbourne.
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House for Compassion: the Tasmanian Oak floor saving lives

It’s not often that a floor can make a claim to be saving lives. But the Tasmanian Oak floor, laid in a new-build charity home in Tasmania, is helping hundreds of families in third world countries.
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Tasmanian Oak dowels deliver design flexibility and simplicity

The Noosa-based Australian furniture business began with their now-famous Babaneese stool, with Tasmanian Oak legs. Having now sold over 2000 stools, Green Cathedral co-founders and owners Sally and Tim Scarce have since become Tasmanian Oak devotees.
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Forty thousand reasons to choose Tasmanian Oak

Anna Gowen, architect at TONIC Design, has designed the most opulent ceiling you could imagine for the ten-pin bowling alley at Crown Casino in Melbourne.