FORGOTTEN KELLY TIMBERS

AUSTRALIAN, SUPER WIDE PLANK
Found in the ranges and rolling hills of northeast Victoria that Ned Kelly once called home, these 100 to 200 year old timbers have dried naturally, dead and left behind in an empty field or over a creek.

Old timbers from north-east Victoria dried naturally, as each dead tree lay alone and forgotten for years in empty fields or over creeks.

INSPIRATION

Australia’s most infamous bushranger once hid amongst these timbers. Found in the ranges and rolling hills of north-east Victoria that Ned Kelly called home, most were already old trees when he roamed the land in the late 1800s.

Either ring-barked by farmers looking to preserve limited water supply for crops and animals, or dying of natural causes, these lone dead trees were often forgotten. Left in empty fields and across creeks, they were too big and cumbersome to move.

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