Timber Ridge Resort is a resort in the north west of Queensland, Australia.
The resort is the only one of its kind in Australia.
It has been developed by Timber Ridge Development Group, a company with a history of being involved in timber projects, and its current location is in the bush in South East Queensland.
Located in the Kimberley, it is a major timber project, but the area is considered an undeveloped wilderness area, and timber harvest is prohibited.
Timber Ridge Development also owns the timber and mining rights to a number of other nearby areas, including the River and Blackcomb Mountains.
The site is currently being developed to create a resort, but plans for the development include a swimming pool and swimming pool complex.
Timber Mountain is the second highest peak in Queensland, and is about 300 metres above sea level.
Its peaks have a total of 2,500 metres of vertical height, making it one of the world’s tallest mountains.
Timberridge Resort is located in the northwest corner of the Kimberleys, about 300 kilometres south of Brisbane, and it is about 20 kilometres south-west of Townsville.
There are two main peaks in the area: Timber Ridge Peak and Timber Ridge.
Timberline Peak, located about 50 kilometres south east of Townsland, is a famous peak in the Great Sandy Range.
It is the third highest peak and is a natural wonder, with an amazing view across the Kimber’s Blackcomb Range to the horizon.
The second peak, Timber Ridge, is about 80 kilometres south, east of South Townsville, and can be reached by car.
Both peaks have an impressive number of spectacular peaks, with the most famous being the iconic South Peak, the first peak to be climbed in the early 1800s.
There is also a spectacular natural beauty of the Great Blackcomb, a natural formation that is covered in blackberries, limes, and other fruits, and has a total elevation of 2.2 million metres.
The South Peak is known as the ‘Rock of Gold’ and is one of Australia’s most famous natural rock formations, and sits at the junction of two rivers in the Blackcomb region.
In its natural state, the South Peak has a height of 1,800 metres, and an average of 1.7 million people walk through its summit every day.
Timber ridge is also home to many species of birds, including crows, robins, hawks, cuckoos, crows and many other birds.
In recent years, Timberridge has seen an influx of visitors to the area, as they are known to frequent the area for their bush walks, and for bushwalking.
The area is a popular tourist destination for many backpackers, as the area provides easy access to many of Queensland’s major towns.
The Timber Ridge and Timber Mountain National Parks are two of the largest and most popular national parks in Australia, with many other national parks located in its area, such as the South Ridge and North Ridge national parks.
Timber Valley National Park and the South Creek National Park, located in South West Queensland, are the other two national parks that are located in Timber Ridge National Park.
Timber Hill is also popular with backpackers for its spectacular views, and a number are attracted to the site by the view.
The nearby towns of South East Brisbane and Westmead, which lie close to the summit, are also popular sites for backpackers.