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The Tasmanian River Collections

The Derwent River Collection

The Derwent is a river in Tasmania. The river rises in the state's Central Highlands and descends more than 700 metres over 200 kilometres flowing through Hobart, the state's capital city, before emptying into Storm Bay and flowing into the Tasman Sea

The Derwent collection are made from 5 iconic Tasmanian timbers:  Blackwood (pale brown to bark brown), Celery Top (creamy white to pale yellow), Myrtle (rich red brown), Sassafras (olive green with black highlight), and Tasmanian Oak (straw to reddish brown).


Square 34×34 cm

  • Code: SD343445T
  • Size: 34 x 34 x 4 cm
  • Timbers: Blackwood / Celery Top / Myrtle / Sassafras / Tas Oak

Big Chop is proudly Tasmanian. We source premium timber from responsibly harvested Australian species. Our skilled artisans use these woods to handcraft superb chopping boards that harness the natural beauty of the woods – no two boards are the same. This square board measures 34 x 34 x 4cm thick and would be ideal for…

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Rectangle Board 40×27 cm

  • Code: RD402745T
  • Size: 40 x 27 x 4 cm
  • Timbers: Blackwood / Celery Top / Myrtle / Sassafras / Tas Oak

Big Chop is proudly Tasmanian. We source premium timber from responsibly harvested Australian species. Our skilled artisans use these woods to handcraft superb chopping boards that harness the natural beauty of the woods – no two boards are the same. This board measures 40 x 27 x 4cm thick and would be ideal for a…

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Rectangle Board 50×28 cm

  • Code: RD5028405T
  • Size: 50 x 28 x 4 cm
  • Timbers: Blackwood / Celery Top / Myrtle / Sassafras / Tas Oak

Big Chop is proudly Tasmanian. We source premium timber from responsibly harvested Australian species. Our skilled artisans use these woods to handcraft superb chopping boards that harness the natural beauty of the woods – no two boards are the same. This board is a large 50 x 28 x 4cm thick and would be ideal…

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Rectangle Board 50×34 cm

  • Code: RD503475T
  • Size: 50 x 34 x 7 cm
  • Timbers: Blackwood / Celery Top / Myrtle / Sassafras / Tas Oak

Big Chop is proudly Tasmanian. We source premium timber from responsibly harvested Australian species. Our skilled artisans use these woods to handcraft superb chopping boards that harness the natural beauty of the woods – no two boards are the same. This board is a massive 50 x 34 x 7cm thick and would be ideal…

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Rectangle Board 50×34 cm

  • Code: RD503445T
  • Size: 50 x 34 x 4 cm
  • Timbers: Blackwood / Celery Top / Myrtle / Sassafras / Tas Oak

Big Chop is proudly Tasmanian. We source premium timber from responsibly harvested Australian species. Our skilled artisans use these woods to handcraft superb chopping boards that harness the natural beauty of the woods – no two boards are the same. This board is a large 50 x 34 x 4cm thick and would be ideal…

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Round Board 33×7 cm

  • Code: RBD3375T
  • Size: 33 x 7 cm
  • Timbers: Blackwood / Celery Top / Myrtle / Sassafras / Tas Oak

Big Chop is proudly Tasmanian. We source premium timber from responsibly harvested Australian species. Our skilled artisans use these woods to handcraft superb chopping boards that harness the natural beauty of the woods – no two boards are the same. This board is a large 33 x 7cm thick. The Derwent collection are made from…

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Round Board 33×4 cm

  • Code: RBD3345T
  • Size: 33 X 4 cm
  • Timbers: Blackwood / Celery Top / Myrtle / Sassafras / Tas Oak

Big Chop is proudly Tasmanian. We source premium timber from responsibly harvested Australian species. Our skilled artisans use these woods to handcraft superb chopping boards that harness the natural beauty of the woods – no two boards are the same. This board is a large 33 x 4cm thick. The Derwent collection are made from…

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The Pieman River Collection

Formed by the confluence of the Mackintosh River and Murchison River the Pieman River rises in what is now known as Lake Rosebury, an artificial lake formed by the Bastyan Dam. The river flows generally west and northwest and then west again, joined by 21 tributaries before emptying into Hardwicke Bay and reaching its mouth in the Southern Ocean. The river descends 191 metres over its 100-kilometre course.

The Pieman collection are made from two iconic Tasmanian timbers: Blackwood (light to golden to dark brown) and Tasmanian Oak (straw to reddish brown).

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Rectangle Board 50×34 cm

  • Code: RP50344TOB
  • Size: 50 x 34 x 4 cm
  • Timbers: Tas Oak / Blackwood

Big Chop is proudly Tasmanian. We source premium timber from responsibly harvested Australian species. Our skilled artisans use these woods to handcraft superb chopping boards that harness the natural beauty of the woods – no two boards are the same. This board is a large 50 x 34 x 4cm thick and is ideal for…

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Rectangle Board 50×34 cm

  • Code: RP50347TOB
  • Size: 50 x 34 x 7 cm
  • Timbers: Tas Oak / Blackwood

Big Chop is proudly Tasmanian. We source premium timber from responsibly harvested Australian species. Our skilled artisans use these woods to handcraft superb chopping boards that harness the natural beauty of the woods – no two boards are the same. This board is a massive 50 x 34 x 7cm thick and extremely robust for…

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Round Board 33×4 cm

  • Code: RBP334TOB
  • Size: 33 x 4 cm
  • Timbers: Tas Oak / Blackwood

Big Chop is proudly Tasmanian. We source premium timber from responsibly harvested Australian species. Our skilled artisans use these woods to handcraft superb chopping boards that harness the natural beauty of the woods – no two boards are the same. This board is a large 33cm in diameter and 4cm thick. The Pieman collection are…

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Round Board 33×7 cm

  • Code: RBP337TOB
  • Size: 33 x 7 cm
  • Timbers: Tas Oak / Blackwood

Big Chop is proudly Tasmanian. We source premium timber from responsibly harvested Australian species. Our skilled artisans use these woods to handcraft superb chopping boards that harness the natural beauty of the woods – no two boards are the same. This board is a large 33cm in diameter and 7cm thick. The Pieman collection are…

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The Franklin River Collection

The Franklin River is a major perennial river located in the Central Highlands and western regions of Tasmania. The river is located in the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park at the mid northern area of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. Its source is situated at the western edge of the Central Highlands and it flows west towards the West Coast.

The Franklin collection are made from an iconic Tasmanian timbers: Blackwood (light to golden to dark brown).


Rectangle Board 50×34 cm

  • Code: RF50344B
  • Size: 50 x 34 x 4 cm
  • Timbers: Tasmanian Blackwood

Big Chop is proudly Tasmanian. We source premium timber from responsibly harvested Australian species. Our skilled artisans use these woods to handcraft superb chopping boards that harness the natural beauty of the woods – no two boards are the same. This board is a large 50 x 34 x 4cm thick and is ideal for…

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Round Board 33×4 cm

  • Code: RBF334B
  • Size: 33 x 4 cm
  • Timbers: Tasmanian Blackwood

Big Chop is proudly Tasmanian. We source premium timber from responsibly harvested Australian species. Our skilled artisans use these woods to handcraft superb chopping boards that harness the natural beauty of the woods – no two boards are the same. This board is a large 33cm in diameter and 4cm thick. The Franklin collection are…

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Rectangle Board 50×34 cm

  • Code: RF50347B
  • Size: 50 x 34 x 7 cm
  • Timbers: Tasmanian Blackwood

Big Chop is proudly Tasmanian. We source premium timber from responsibly harvested Australian species. Our skilled artisans use these woods to handcraft superb chopping boards that harness the natural beauty of the woods – no two boards are the same. This board is a massive 50 x 34 x 7cm thick and extremely robust for…

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The Tamar River Collection

The Tamar River is a 70-kilometre estuary located in northern Tasmania, Australia. Formed by the confluence of the North Esk and South Esk rivers at Launceston, the Tamar flows generally north towards its mouth at Low Head in in to Bass Strait.

The Tamar collection are made from two iconic Tasmanian timbers: Blackwood (light to golden to dark brown) and Myrtle (rich red brown).


Rectangle Board 50×34 cm

  • Code: RT50344MB
  • Size: 50 x 34 x 4 cm
  • Timbers: Blackwood /Myrtle

Big Chop is proudly Tasmanian. We source premium timber from responsibly harvested Australian species. Our skilled artisans use these woods to handcraft superb chopping boards that harness the natural beauty of the woods – no two boards are the same. This board is a large 50 x 34 x 4cm thick and is ideal for…

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Rectangle Board 50×34 cm

  • Code: RT50347MB
  • Size: 50x 34 x 7 cm
  • Timbers: Blackwood /Myrtle

Big Chop is proudly Tasmanian. We source premium timber from responsibly harvested Australian species. Our skilled artisans use these woods to handcraft superb chopping boards that harness the natural beauty of the woods – no two boards are the same. This board is a massive 50 x 34 x 7cm thick and extremely robust for…

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Round Board 33×4 cm

  • Code: RBT334MB
  • Size: 33 x 4 cm
  • Timbers: Blackwood /Myrtle

Big Chop is proudly Tasmanian. We source premium timber from responsibly harvested Australian species. Our skilled artisans use these woods to handcraft superb chopping boards that harness the natural beauty of the woods – no two boards are the same.This board is a large 33cm in diameter and 4cm thick. The Tamar collection are made…

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The Gordon River Collection

The Gordon River rises below Mount Hobhouse in the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park draining the eastern slopes of the King William Range. The river flows generally south and to the west of the Gordon Range before flowing west through the Gordon Gap and spilling into Lake Gordon.

The river then continues west, passing through the Gordon Splits, a series of gorges then the river flows north by west and then due north and finally due west as it reaches its mouth and empties into Macquarie Harbour at Wrights Bay.


Gordon River Collection 400 x 275 x 20mm 7 Timbers

  • Code: GR7T
  • Size: 40 x 27 x 2 cm
  • Timbers: Blackwood / Celery Top / Myrtle / Sassafras / Tas Oak

Big Chop is proudly Tasmanian. We source premium timber from responsibly harvested Australian species. Our skilled artisans use these woods to handcraft beautiful chopping boards that harness the natural beauty of the woods – no two boards are the same. This multipurpose board has a large surface area but is light and easy to store.…

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Gordon River Collection 340 x 270 x 25mm 6 Timbers

  • Code: GR6T
  • Size: 34 x 27 x 2 cm
  • Timbers: Blackwood / Celery Top / Myrtle / Sassafras / Tas Oak

Big Chop is proudly Tasmanian. We source premium timber from responsibly harvested Australian species. Our skilled artisans use these woods to handcraft beautiful chopping boards that harness the natural beauty of the woods – no two boards are the same. This multipurpose board has a large surface area but is light and easy to store.…

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Gordon River Collection 340 x 220 x 25mm 5 Timbers

  • Code: GR5T
  • Size: 34 x 22 x 2 cm
  • Timbers: Blackwood / Celery Top / Myrtle / Sassafras / Tas Oak

Big Chop is proudly Tasmanian. We source premium timber from responsibly harvested Australian species. Our skilled artisans use these woods to handcraft beautiful chopping boards that harness the natural beauty of the woods – no two boards are the same. This new range of presentation board is made from a selection of 5 iconic timbers:…

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Rectangle 4 timbers 205 x 170 x 20mm

  • Code: GR4T
  • Size: 20 x 17 x 2 cm
  • Timbers: Blackwood / Celery Top / Myrtle / Sassafras / Tas Oak

Big Chop is proudly Tasmanian. We source premium timber from responsibly harvested Australian species. Our skilled artisans use these woods to handcraft beautiful chopping boards that harness the natural beauty of the woods – no two boards are the same. A small board, big on personality, this multipurpose board is light and easy to store…

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