HARDWOOD TIMBER and sawmill
Australian Hardwood Timber Sawmill located in the Bega Valley NSW and Servicing the Canberra Capital Region, Sydney and South Coast, Melbourne VIC and beyond by arrangement.
WHAT can we do?
GREEN SAWN BLACKBUTT, Spotted gum, other durable coastal species.
kiln dried coming soon
Short Lead Times
Our innovative sawmill has the ability to mill 5+ cubic metres daily. Lead times are measured in weeks, not months. Get the answers you need and get the job done now.
Free Delivery Areas
We include free delivery on orders of 10 cubic metres or more within certain service areas. You may also organise your own truck or collect from us directly.
We primarily produce green sawn timber but will also soon be able to produce decking, cladding and palings with our multi-rip and resaw equipment for your new build or home renovation project.
We really enjoy working on the more unusual jobs, not just standard cuts. Are you a landscape architect after a particular BAL rated timber for your unique project? We can help.
need it quick?
many common sized hardwood posts and rails are ready to go. no waiting, enquire now.
ABOUT OUR TEAM
Family owned and operated organisation
Green Light Milling is owned by two regenerative farming families with a love of Australian hardwood timber working to bring function, form and beauty to your residential, agricultural or commercial timber project. We are big on innovation, we employ local staff, and we recover timber that the big mills don’t want, conserving and protecting the biodiversity of our native forests.
Taranock TImber Pty Ltd T/A Green Light Milling
Get it done
Working smarter, not harder, through innovation and efficiencies.
An awesome team
Complementary skills, experience and a love of Australian hardwood timber make up our fantastic team.
Supporting farm forestry for a sustainable future.
A REgenerative approach to australian timber
how we do things sustainably
Australia’s timber industry faces many challenges, one being available wood supply. We choose to also work with many abundant species of timber in our local region, turning species that are perceived as low value into a high value product through better efficiency, waste management and value adding. We must innovate our way to overcome the challenges and consumer perceptions of certain species to conserve and protect the biodiversity of our native forests.