Andrew Smith Timber Creations Pty Ltd are nature play equipment specialists.
Our small, highly specialised team work in the beautiful Central Coast, NSW, within a joint workshop and design office, where we are able to effectively use art and construction together to create beautiful and functional play pieces, made from local, sustainably sourced, recycled timber.
Back row from left: Ashleigh Grauner (Timber Artist), David Carter (Leading Hand and First aid officer), Neville Pahl (Timber Artist), Alex Anstey (Labourer), Mark Stockwell (Timber Artist), Andrew Smith (Director), Karen Smith (Admin Manager), Ross Markey (Timber Artist), Michael Preston (WH&S)
Front row from left: Madelyn Smith (Art Director), Jennifer Beaton (Labourer), Hannah Hansen (Timber Artist and First aid officer), Vicki Bacon-Keats (Timber Artist)
Our team consists of artists, craftsmen, tradesmen and children’s education experts; placing us in a uniquely excellent position to keep children’s safety and learning at the core of our design – while creating play based artworks that are truly engaging and imaginatively stimulating.
We have extensive experience working with architects, designers, local councils, schools and preschools to create much loved natural play spaces.
Paul O'Connell (Log Conversion and Timber Milling)
Andrew Smith Timber Creations Pty Ltd are creators of unique timber elements.
Our company is 100% Australian, and all our products are created with locally sourced recycled timber.
Our artworks and products cater for children of all ages by supplying natural, functional timber creations that encourage exploration, develop imagination, and challenge fitness.
The timbers we select have a significant history, character and durability, and are shaped by highly skilled craftsmen into playground elementsthat are also unique works of art.
Our focus is to create playground equipment that makes a significant contribution to the development of children, while fostering a love of the beauty of Australian timbers.
Our products have a distinctive natural Australian look which is highly valued by collectors for its aesthetic, as well as its connectivity to nature.
The success of our work can be judged by observing children in parks and playgrounds
joyfully exploring our creations and finding imaginative ways to engage with the designs.