The Forest Products Commission’s next quarterly log auction on 26 May in Harvey offers wood enthusiasts a unique opportunity to transform some of Western Australia’s best native timbers into works of art.
Nearly 400 tonnes of timber will be going under the hammer this quarter, including significant quantities of saw logs, including jarrah, marri, karri, sheoak, blackbutt, tuart, woody pear, peppermint and banksia.
Also available will be quantities of full and sliced jarrah and karri burl, timber slabs and table tops, as well as sawn hobby pack timbers in sheoak, jarrah, and marri.
Auction lots are varied in sizes to suit everyone from small commercial operators through to craftspeople and hobbyists requiring only logs or small amounts of craftwood.
The forest products can be inspected at 64 Weir Road Harvey on 25 May from 10am to 3pm, or on the day of the auction from 9am. Inspections can be arranged at other times by contacting Gino Forgiarini on 0400 211 346. A full auction catalogue will be available from Ross’s Auctioneers the week of the auction.