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Posts and Beams

Posts and Beams

Ironwood Australia is a major supplier of Class 1 durability Australian hardwood posts. These posts are available in a large range of sizes, with a finish to suit all applications. These applications include structural, decorative and feature applications for both internal and external use.

Recycled timber is re-milled from large sections of timber predominantly from bridges, wharves and warehouses up to 100 years old. Providing seasoned posts in large section sizes.
This timber is naturally air seasoned and has minimum shrinkage and movement. The timber from bridge and wharves usually have character and features from previous use such as nail and bolt holes and checking, which provide a unique look and patina. Warehouse posts that were originally used internally have a much cleaner look.
All these timbers can be Dressed All Round (DAR), Rough Sawn (RS) or hand Wire Brushed (WB). They are also available in the heritage collection as original weathered posts.


At Ironwood we salvage timber from old forestry logs, and larger pre-cut structural timbers that have not made the grade. This timber is then re-cut and milled removing any faults, creating a product ready for use. This process provides carbon storage for years to come while also minimising waste. Reclaimed timber is semi-seasoned with further seasoning insitu with some or minor shrinkage and checking.

Cades Posts
Our range of Cades Posts are included in this range. These posts don’t contain bolt holes and can be supplied greyed off and wire brushed or with a Dressed All round (DAR) finish. Structural rating from F11, F14, F17 and F22.

Timber Species
All Class 1 durability
Grey ironbark
Spotted Gum
Grey Gum


Sizes in 1.8m – 5m lengths: Dressed sizes usually finish 10mm smaller. Longer sizes and timber species are available on request.
  • 100mm x 100mm
  • 150mm x 150mm
  • 200mm x 200mm
  • 250mm x 250mm
  • 300mm x 300mm
  • 350mm x 350mm


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