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Featured Salvage Yards

Where to find some of Australia’s top salvage yards.

Recycled Timber Discounters, Woodend, Victoria. Pack lots at wholesale prices.

WOODEND: Discounted recycled timber in pack lots for building or DIY projects

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Recycled timber sales at wholesale prices. Great value packs. Ready to load. Most salvaged from commercial demolitions with good reclaimed featuring.
Recycled timber sales, custom machining and recycled timber furniture, Just Eco, Melbourne

MELBOURNE: Recycled timber sales, custom machining and furniture design

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Jaks Timber offer a wide range of historical timbers and qualified help for professional builds, commercial fit outs, home renovations and furniture.
Nullarbor Timber, recycled timber sales and custom milling, Melbourne and Moama

MELBOURNE and MOAMA: Huge range of recycled timber, custom milling, expert advice

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Nullarbor Timber has been recycling timber for over 40 years. Ask about feature timber tables, benchtops, decking, cladding, posts, slabs, stair treads and more.
Secondhand doors and industrial salvage, The Salvage Yard, Castlemaine

CASTLEMAINE: Salvaged building materials and skilled construction services

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The Salvage Yard is a one-stop-shop for architectural salvage, reclaimed building materials, sustainable design and construction expertise in Castlemaine.
Recycled timber grey faced cladding by Timber Revival, Melbourne

MELBOURNE: Recycled timber sales, flooring, cladding and custom joinery

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Timber Revival transforms architectural reclaimed timbers into a range of products for retail fit outs, cafes, bars, kitchens and bathrooms.
Secondhand timber and period windows, Hughes Renovators Paradise, Melbourne

MELBOURNE: Huge warehouse of recycled building materials with online catalogue

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Renovators Paradise has saved demolition building materials for over 30 years and is Melbourne’s largest salvage yard. Browse online. Interstate delivery.

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