Australian owned and manufactured with a better than zero carbon footprint, Weathertex's external timber cladding is the ideal solution for any builder, architect or designer in search for environmentally conscious, high quality material. Easy to install, lightweight, strong and easy to cut using standard DIY tools, all Weathertex products are made from, without any chemical additives, certified state forest or private hardwoods in Australia.


  • Albany Creek Terrace

    Albany Creek Terrace

    This project from JBS Development in Albany Creek showcases just how easy it is to mix Weathertex ranges and profiles. Being a uniform 9.5mm in thickness, the flat panelled cladding and architectural

  • The Gallery

    The Gallery

    Still one of our favourite projects, this home from Mode Project takes the cake for showstopping design, and as a result they took out the MBAV award (Best Custom Home $600k - $800k) in 2014. It uses

  • Nepean Highway - Bayland

    Nepean Highway - Bayland

    Bayland are specialists in well designed modern townhouses, and this property is no exception to their craftsmanship in creating a lasting impression through solid design. In an estate of 17 dwellings

  • Auburn High School Gymnasium Revamp - Cormstruct

    Auburn High School Gymnasium Revamp - Cormstruct

    When revamping a gymnasium at a High School, the durability of the construction materials needs to be a key consideration. Products need to be long lasting, able to withstand years of mis-fired sporti

  • EcoWall - exciting product update!

    EcoWall - exciting product update!

    These projects are some of the exemplary work by Australian Architects, Designers and Builders using one of our most popular products. Used internally or externally it's the best choice for a range of

  • Soho Village - ClarkeHopkinsClarke

    Soho Village - ClarkeHopkinsClarke

    Soho Village is a development south west of Melbourne in an area emerging as a great place for new infrastructure. This project consists of apartments, townhouses and offices, low rise buildings and a

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