Timber Supplies Perth | Recycled Timber - Fremantle Timber Traders
200-300 year old logs from the forest... This bridge in the Karri forest was one of hundreds built by the timber industry. Western Australia, Circa 1890.
Courtesy: Jack Bradshaw 'Jinkers and Whims'

Recycled & Salvaged Australian timber Supplies Perth - Slabs, Bench-tops, Decking, Flooring, posts, beams & more.


Timber Supplies Perth - Fremantle Timber Traders team of expert timber craftsmen are specialists in bringing unique timber projects to life using salvaged, Australian hardwood timbers. 

Ancient Jarrah Table Top

Wide Board Jarrah Decking

6M Oregon Bar Top, Varnish On King Perth

Natural Edge Marri Kitchen Bench Top

Re-cycled Jarrah Flooring, Renovated Fort Nox Woolstores Fremantle

Marri Vanity Top

5.5M x 1.4M, 450 Year Old Jarrah Slab, Air Dried For 20 Years

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Why Choose Us?

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Reliability

We are dedicated to complete your custom order on time, and to the highest standards. We have a diverse and highly experienced team of timber craftsmen who are dedicated to bring your project to life.   

Customer Experience

Fremantle Timber Traders values customer experience. From pairing clients with the perfect recycled timber for their home or business, to the exciting reveal of the finished product and a follow up phone call to ensure 100% customer satisfaction. 

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Skilled Timber Craftsmen

Our expert team of timber craftsmen have over 35 years experience creating unique furniture from vintage Australian hardwoods. We are passionate about unique projects using timber with a rich history. 

How can we help?

Recycled Timber is readily available at our Fremantle Warehouse, in all shapes, sizes and forms - from Hardwood Slabs, Posts, Beams, Bush Poles, Gluts, Wharf Timber, Railway Sleepers, Stair Treads, Timber Supplies Perth, Recycled Flooring to Re-milled Decking and more!

This is the result of years of hard work to salvage and recycle hardwood timber with the least possible damage, reclaiming wood that was originally milled between 50 – 150 years ago which has been dried with age, rather than kiln-dried. 

This early timber is vastly superior in quality, compared with recently milled timber, as the colour, grain and texture of the wood has come about naturally over time. The character and patina simply cannot be matched.