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The idea of shopping local is a strong belief at Lobb St Sawmill. We source our timber and other products from predominantly Queensland based businesses, Maryborough in the North and Yatala in the south. New Zealand and Indonesia is also where our wholesalers import treated pine and decking timbers respectively.

So if it's made of wood, we generally keep it - if not we can almost always order it in for you. From posts to rails and palings to nails, quality is assured. Timber that is required for fencing is classed as H4 and is substantially more economical than building grade. The timber is treated with a CCA Treatment (copper, chrome and arsenic) these ingredients and their roles are:
  • copper to control fungi
  • arsenic to control termites
  • chromium to fix the copper and arsenic in the wood.
We also can provide some timbers treated with the alternate ACQ (alkaline copper quat) is currently registered for use in all hazard classes except H6 (marine use). Remember to use hot-dip galvanised or stainless steel nails or screws when fixing these treated timbers.

We stock all the needs for fencing, building and some landscaping projects. Things like:

  • Hardwood and Pine Fence rails
  • Hardwood and Pine Fence posts
  • Hardwood and Pine Fence palings including decorative styles 
  • Various nails, brackets, batten screws, loose or pre-packed
  • Floor Joists
  • Roof battens
  • Fascia 
  • Handrails and balustrade as well as decorative balustrading
  • Dressed pine for all internal aesthetics 

  • Cementing needs such as postmix or rapid set, pegs and forming timber                                                                
  • Hardwood Step treads and stringers (stringers also available in steel) 
  • Hardwood and Pine Decking including Merbau/Kwila both smooth and rippled
  • Kwila timbers including posts, handrails and screening timber
  • Treated Pine Logs
  • Framing timbers in both Pine and Hardwood
  • Treated Hardwood and Pine sleepers
  • All timbers can be cut to length on request