Who we are
At Timberlink, we take pride in transforming sustainably grown timber into quality products. We don’t just strive to manufacture quality timber, but to do so in a sustainable way that preserves the future of our planet.
We know our role is to be a world-class timber product business that positively impacts the world for future generations – and we will strive to achieve the high standards that our customers, suppliers and communities expect from us.
How we work
At our timber manufacturing facilities in Tarpeena and Bell Bay, we use our long-term supply of certified plantation logs to produce great timber for resellers. Our customers also include manufacturers of products such as house frames and trusses, furniture and packaging.
We work with a diverse range of customers and understand that a one-size-fits-all approach doesn’t make sense. We make sure that we get to know and understand the specific needs of each of our customers – being easy to do business with is something we value deeply and constantly work on. We are big enough to be relevant, but small enough to be responsive.
With centres in Adelaide, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney, and a sales team in Bell Bay, our extensive national distribution network allows us to provide a swift, responsive and flexible service for our customers.
Our timber, the responsible resource
Renewables aren’t just about wind farms and solar panels. Responsibly sourced wood is both renewable and sustainable.
Carbon in the atmosphere is absorbed by trees as they grow, and then stored for the timber’s life. In fact, every cubic metre of structural pine we make has removed more than 700kg of CO2 from the atmosphere.
Timber Framing is the Ultimate Renewable™
Minimal waste, maximum health
At Timberlink, we love wood so we don’t waste it. We convert our offcuts into quality woodchip which is sought after by paper manufacturers to make high-end paper products. Any remaining wood material is either sold for landscaping or pet supplies or used to power our kilns.
Our timber is even healthy! It may sound strange, but an abundance of timber in people’s work and home environments helps to improve health. It can improve air quality, while also improving a person’s emotional state, and it can even lower stress.