Full Name
Company Name
Mailing Address
What’s the new mid-rise opportunity got to do with Victoria’s Secret and Bonds underwear? Read more about the National Construction Code Changes in our April newsletter.

We also cover investment, with our Blenheim sawmill commencing a three year NZ$10 million capital upgrade programme, and Tarpeena commencing the first stage of reinvestment in the green mill.

Our newsletter is all about keeping our customers up to date with industry developments, product updates, interesting timber projects and introducing members of our team. We hope you find it informative.!

Complete your details below to subscribe to Timberlink News.

Timberlink Australia I New Zealand © 2016 All Rights Reserved

Our Tasmanian resources allow us to produce boards of exceptional appearance.

Our Tarpeena mill has the world's longest Counter Flow Kiln.

Issue 13, Apr 2016
Issue 12, Dec 2015
Issue 11, Sep 2015

Timberlink News

Download the latest issue here!

Tarpeena, South Australia

Timberlink Blue

Good for the Environment, Bad for Termites.
Timberlink Blue is Australian-made structural framing. Made from plantation pine, Timberlink Blue has been treated to provide protection from termite and European House Borer (EHB) attack. It is the lightweight, cost-effective, environmentally sensitive solution for building house frames in termite and EHB affected areas.

  • Protects buildings from termites (including West Indian Drywood termite) and European House Borers (EHB).
  • Manufactured in Australia from renewable Australian plantation pine.
  • Treated to an H2F level for use in internal, above ground framing applications.
  • Suitable for use below the Tropic of Capricorn.
  • Your local council will advise if you are building in a termite or EHB zone, in which case you will need to comply with NCC termite management requirements. 
  • Highly effective yet safe for you and your pets.
  • Where a design compliant with AS1720.1:2010 specifies the use of F7 material, Timberlink MGP10 can be substituted.
  • Lightweight, with a high strength to weight ratio, Timberlink Blue is easy to transport and move around a building site.
  • Timberlink guarantees the product for twenty-five years.
  • Treated with Permethrin (stamped on timber as 853 74 H2F) or Imidacloprid (stamped on timber as 530 60 H2F)


Sizes (mm)
70×35, 90×35, 120×35, 140×35, 190×35, 70×45, 90×45, 120×45, 140×45, 190×45, 240×45
Sizes (mm)
2.4 to 6.0 in 300mm increments
Lengths (m)
F5, F7,  MGP10, MGP12, MGP15 
Docked To Length Studs available in both 2.4m and 2.7m lengths 

Note: All sizes may not be available in all grades.  Please  contact us to confirm availability in your state.

​​​​Fixings and Resealing

Regular metal fixings can be used, as Timberlink Blue is not corrosive. Resealing on cut ends, holes and notches is not required if used within a termite treated enclosed frame. Timberlink Blue should not, however, be rip sawn, dressed or planed to reduced dimensions.

​​​​Safety and Handling

Prior to use, keep exposure to weather to a minimum. Keep packs wrapped, strapped and clear off the ground.

When handling and cutting any timber products it is advisable to wear dust masks, goggles and gloves.
Do not burn any treated timber or use in composting or animal bedding.

​​​​Download Further Information

Timberlink Blue Product Guide
A short message from Planet Ark on treated framing timber
Technical Advice
User Guide Timber Framed Housing WA
Timberlink Blue
Imidacloprid Treated SDS
Timberlink Blue
Permethrin Treated SDS
Timberlink Blue