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Landscaping Timbers

In the Timberzoo rear yard, lots of bridge and wharf timbers with a low structural index, or short stature, find themselves in our Landscape Department selling as “sleepers”. These are big dimension lengths for retaining walls, driveways, palisades, garden bench seats, totems or bollards. In addition, we stock regular garden sleepers and old railway sleepers whenever they can be sourced. In the Landscape Department can be found salvaged rounds - durable logs for playgrounds and landscape features - log steppers, stump seats, farm gate posts and garden edging. Bigger diameters for bush poles in shed construction and seats. These are variously Sugar Gum from farm forestry, wharf piling or bridge piling and girders. As a decorative element to a coastal or bush garden, pile points, pile ends and junctions, stumps, pier tops with tidal weathering and marine roundbacks from remilling operations are a unique resource.
Wolveridge Architects Photographer: Derek Swalwell
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Landscaping Timbers

In the Timberzoo rear yard, lots of bridge and wharf timbers with a low structural index, or short stature, find themselves in our Landscape Department selling as “sleepers”. These are big dimension lengths for retaining walls, driveways, palisades, garden bench seats, totems or bollards. In addition, we stock regular garden sleepers and old railway sleepers whenever they can be sourced. In the Landscape Department can be found salvaged rounds - durable logs for playgrounds and landscape features - log steppers, stump seats, farm gate posts and garden edging. Bigger diameters for bush poles in shed construction and seats. These are variously Sugar Gum from farm forestry, wharf piling or bridge piling and girders. As a decorative element to a coastal or bush garden, pile points, pile ends and junctions, stumps, pier tops with tidal weathering and marine roundbacks from remilling operations are a unique resource.
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Wolveridge Architects Photographer: Derek Swalwell

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