Timber Queensland and it’s forbearers, have been committed to ensuring a vibrant future for the state’s timber industry since 1938.
Timber Queensland formed out of the merger between the Queensland Timber Board (QTB), and the Timber Research and Development Advisory Council (TRADAC).
For the first time in Australia’s timber industry history, Queensland Timber Board and the Conservation Movement work together and sign the South East Queensland Forest Agreement (SEQFA). This has proven to be the most enduring forest agreement in the country.
Queensland Timber Board launches Better Forests Program teaching and learning program.
South Central and North Queensland Timber Research and Development Advisory Councils amalgamate into one entity.
Mid 1970’s - 1980
Five more independent Queensland Timber Trade Associations amalgamate into the Queensland Timber Board.
Queensland Timber Industry Training Council established and funded by Queensland Timber Board (QTB), Timber Research and Development Advisory Council (TRADAC) and Government.
South Central and North Queensland Timber Research and Development Advisory Councils (TRADAC) established for technical research, promotion, marketing, safety and related matters.
Queensland Timber Board incorporate the Building Industry Credit Bureau providing invaluable credit facilities to the building products industries throughout Queensland.
Queensland Timber Stabilisation Board changes name to Queensland Timber Board and combines 10 regional Associations within its structure.
Queensland Timber Stabilisation Board (QTSB) established.