What if you could have support to harvest
your timber
in a sustainable way?

How do you get your timber thinnings to the market so that you as a grower get a return? We are here to help you get the most from your farm grown native timber harvesting.

QTT has been the recipient of a substantial grant from the Farming Together Federal Government program based at Southern Cross University.

Let's work together to develop innovative ideas, create a supportive community and allow our sustainable plantings to yield a financial reward!


Join the Quality Timber Network

trees 'talk' to each so we should too!


QTT Membership


Membership is now open to everybody involved "from seed to tree to product". We want to build a community based on trust, sustainability and knowledge sharing between:-

- Nurseries
- Forestry Consultants
- Tree Planting Contractors
- Tree Farmers
- Researchers
- Milling Contractors
- Woodworkers/Architects/Interior Designers

Upcoming Events


We are two groups of farm foresters in northern NSW (Subtropical Farm ForestryAssociation Inc.) and south-east Queensland (Specialty Timber Growers Inc.). We have come together to expand our knowledge and ability to manage our woodlots in a more productive and sustainable way. Many of us have planted rainforest cabinet timbers and seek outcomes which serve both our own purposes and that of the environment. We value the Australian landscape, storing carbon and working for the future.


Growing rainforest cabinet timbers entails a complexity that forest managers with monoculture plantings have never had to deal with. Mixed species with varying growth rates have led us to the point where some of the fast-growing species are dominating the woodlot. The forest needs thinning in order to keep growing and it needs to keep growing to store carbon into the future. This project is about ensuring that this process is managed with credible science, good marketing and sensitive environmental management. 


Stories from the Forest

If you think in terms of a year, plant a seed; if in terms of ten years, plant trees; if in terms of 100 years, teach the people.