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incredible timbers and solid collection of rare wood types

incredible timbers and solid collection of rare wood types. old working machinery and old working... read more

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Huon

Called for a brief visit hoping to purchase some products - I did. They have reasonably priced Huon... read more

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Snowtown, Australia
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Reviewed April 1, 2018

This is an important part of Tasmanian history. We visited after the World Heritage Cruise and I couldn't have enjoyed it more. I went back the next day to buy some wood for my Dad to carve. Lovely, helpful staff!

Thank AlexcTas
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Reviewed March 23, 2018

Yes you can buy some sawn boards to bring home some lovely raw and polished Huon Pine cutting boards. incredible that it does not rot or be eaten by white ants. The mill is quite small and unique in this day and age well worth a visit.

Thank holidayms
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Reviewed March 21, 2018

We were taken through the mill at the end of the World Heritage cruise. It was very interesting and there are all sorts of Huon pine pieces......raw wood and also turned items.......to buy at extremely affordable prices.

Thank D_Walton2013
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Reviewed March 20, 2018 via mobile

We went to the free demonstration of a drag saw, cut a Huon pine log. Very interesting and hear our it has evolved from when men actually did the sawing. The 3rd & 4th generation of Morrisons’ run the mill. We purchased a piece of timber, hopefully make a good sized coffee table.

Thank Hodgy3690
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Reviewed March 17, 2018

Really good spot facing over the water, excellent selection of raw timber to take home, finished items also. We felt prices were better here than anywhere else.

Thank Paul B
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