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Hydrowood Celery Top shines at the Australian Wooden Boat Festival

The Australian Wooden Boat Festival, held biannually in Hobart, has become the largest Wooden Boat Festival in the Southern Hemisphere, attracting maritime enthusiasts from around the world. A highlight of this year’s event is a handcrafted Celery Top boat born of a collaboration between Tasmania’s Wooden Boat Centre, the U.S. based North West School of Wooden Boat Building and Hydrowood.

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The Block 2016

Tasmanian specialty timber – which has been submerged for more than 25 years –– will be the star of a unique challenge for contestants on national renovation reality program The Block.

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NewsSamuel Shelley
Franklin Square Redevelopment

TASMANIAN specialty timber salvaged from underwater has been used in the refurbishment of Hobart’s historic Franklin Square. Sourced from the depths of Lake Pieman as part of the innovative Hydrowood project the Celery Top Pine timber elements were machined and brought together by local building supplies business Uptons and Oakdale Industries.

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NewsSamuel Shelley