How fast can you grow a house?

We did the calculation to find out how fast Australia can grow a house. We were recently asked, “how long it would take for Australia’s plantation estate to produce enough structural timber for building an average house frame?” This question aligns perfectly with the recent report on timber usage in residential construction just released by […]

The Ultimate Renewable™ campaign reaches 25% of Australians

Report shows a quarter of Australians saw The Ultimate Renewable™ campaign highlighting forestry’s sustainability narrative The Ultimate Renewable™ reaches 25% of Australians in new campaign run by Forest & Wood Products Australia (FWPA), which research shows is positively changing public opinions on forestry and wood. A stand-out result from the campaign was that two in three […]

WOOD You Like to Know event

Adam Dovile

Join us and our The Ultimate Renewable™ Brand Ambassador, Adam Dovile at the upcoming WOOD You Like To Know event, Hosted by Weathertex. This event will provide ground-breaking information on the state of Australia’s sustainable timber industry from expert speakers. The two day event will begin on the 24th of August with morning and afternoon tours […]

Join Adam at the Bunnings Trade Expo

Adam Dovile on building site

Here’s a great chance to meet our new industry ambassador for Wood. The Ultimate Renewable™, Adam Dovile who will be appearing at the Bunnings Trade Expo in August. Joining our partners Timber Framing — The Ultimate Renewable™ on their exhibition stand in Melbourne and Sydney, you’ll have the chance to meet Adam and talk all things timber. […]

Australian councils adopt Wood Encouragement Policies

How wood can help councils to reduce carbon emissions and save money Across the country, local governments are increasingly looking at ways to improve their operations by initiating policies with results that include reducing their carbon footprints, maximising the effectiveness of their budgets, creating healthier environments and supporting their local communities. If Australian councils adopt […]