Tasmanian Native Timbers specialize in the supply of fine quality timbers, including many minor species. Our timber is supplied just as nature presents it (no genetic modification or human interference). Beautiful colours, striking figuration, unique shapes - all brought to you by Tasmanian Native Timbers.
Kiln Dried Timbers - Currently In Stock
Myrtle, Blackheart Sassafras, Silver Wattle, Celery Top Pine, Blackwood
NEW! Wormy Chestnut
Now stocking Australian high quality timber used for flooring and decking.
A high quality ornamental timber used for cabinet and furniture making, turning and panelling. The wood is hard and close grained with deep, dark colour and satiny lustre.
Celery Top Pine
A pale straw coloured soft wood with fine grain. Traditionally used for boat building, joinery, bench tops, and flooring. Good for turning, especially spindle work. Finishes well.
A beautiful red coloured timber, which is very strong and wears well. Its value for furniture and decorative work is well known. It works well and takes a fine polish. Striking fiddleback figure sometimes present.
A beautiful timber, regarded by many as an intermediate between softwood and hardwood. Timber may show attractive, dark coloured figuring known as “black heart”. It takes a beautiful polish.
A very good, versatile timber for boatbuilding, furniture, and joinery. Sapwood is creamy white, heart is amber in colour. Has fine texture and is durable for uses above ground.
A strong durable hardwood used in all classes of building, flooring and internal work. Has light colour and is well suited to finishing with stain to match existing timber work.
Possibly the best known Tasmanian softwood, Huon Pine has a unique odour which is caused by its oil. Excellent for craft and boat building, it works very well and finishes beautifully.
Silver Wattle is a striking light brown to subtle pink timber whose obvious growth rings create an appealing and attractive figure. Closely related to Blackwood, Silver Wattle provides a counterpoint to this widely used but darker species.