LOGGERHEADS SOURCES A RANGE OF FIGURED AND STRAIGHT GRAINED AUSTRALIAN OUTBACK TIMBERS.

WE KILN DRY, CONDITION, SAND AND CUT THEM TO SIZE.

WE SPECIALISE IN: MUSICAL INSTRUMENT TIMBERS, BOXMAKING TIMBERS AND KNIFE MAKING TIMBERS.

ALL LOGGERHEADS TIMBER IS SUSTAINABLY SOURCED.

THE TWO SPECIES WE SOURCE ARE RINGED and STRAIGHT GRAINED GIDGEE AND MULGA.

Gidgee is an endemic tree of Australia so not Rare. It is found primarily in semiarid and arid areas of Queensland, New South Wales, South Australia, Western Australia and the Northern Territory. For more information go to……
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GIDGEE Acacia cambagei

GIDGEE HAS TRADITIONALLY BEEN USED BY ABORIGINAL PEOPLE FOR BOOMERANGS, STICKS FOR DIGGING ROOTS, SPEARS AND NULLA NULLAS.
IN AUSTRALIA’S RECENT PAST GIDGEE HAS BEEN USED FOR MAKING BOWLS, JEWELLERY BOXES, PENS, PAPER KNIVES AND SOUVENIR ITEMS.
AS GIDGEE PRODUCES A RESONANT NOTE IT IS NOW USED IN MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. BOTH IN IT’S STRAIGHT GRAINED AND RINGED FORMS
GIDGEE IS KNOWN FOR IT’S HARDNESS AND LUSTRE, MAKING THIS WOOD VERY DESIRABLE.
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MULGA Acacia aneura

MULGA IS DERIVED FROM A ABORIGINAL NAME FOR A SHIELD FROM THE TREE. IT IS USED BY ABORIGINAL PEOPLE FOR BOOMERANGS, STICKS FOR DIGGING ROOTS,
SHAFTS FOR SPEARS, NULLA NULLAS AND SPEAR ENDS. FOLLOWING EUROPEAN SETTLEMENT, MULGA HAS BEEN USED FOR MAKING VASES, JEWELLERY BOXES,
PENS, SERVIETTE RINGS, INK STANDS,CANDLESTICKS, WALKING STICKS AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
IT IS THE EXTRAORDINARILY HANDSOME FIGURING AND HARDNESS OF MULGA THAT MAKES THIS WOOD SO DESIRABLE.