CLOSE – 12pm Thursday 24th DecemberRE-OPEN – 7am Monday 4th January This year we will not be opening between Christmas and New Year’s Eve as we have done in the past – There would have been only two business days between these dates. We will instead be closing early at 12pm on Thursday the 24th […]
We know the word has been over-used this year but we are currently facing unprecedented demand, which is coinciding with material shortages in some timber and hardware lines. During our stage 4 restrictions, many of our trade customers couldn’t work. Now they are back working but trying to catch up, which has driven a lot […]
28th July 2021: Back to regular trading from Wednesday with the yard open to the public. We will be once again be open Saturdays starting on the 31st. 16th July 2021: Same as last lockdown we will be open for pre-paid pickups and contactless deliveries. We will be closed this Saturday (24th). Hopefully we […]
⚠️⚠️⚠️ ATTENTION, CUSTOMERS! ⚠️⚠️⚠️ Starting from Monday 23rd of March, we will be changing our weekday business hours to opening at 7am until 4pm closing time until further notice. Saturdays will remain unchanged (8am-12:30pm).
Introduction For many years timber posts have been used for paling fences around most states in Australia. Sadly, we have used up all the available old Red Gum and similar trees that had a life span up to 50 years. The more recent options like Cypress, younger or lower class Gum varieties have a shorter […]
For many years timber posts have been used for paling fences around most states in Australia. Sadly, we have used up all the available old Red Gum and similar trees that had a life span up to 50 years. The more recent options like Cypress, younger or lower class Gum varieties have a shorter life […]
The problem with timber posts now compared to 50 years ago is that there were only so many old gums about. The trees that are currently getting cut for posts are younger and will not last as long. Not only that — Even though the quality continues to decline, suitable trees are getting scarcer and […]