Firewood Delivery to Coffs Harbour, Grafton & the North Coast Region

Choose from mixed firewood to warm those cold winter nights. Mixed firewood is denser, so it burns longer at higher temperatures meaning less smoke and ash.

Our Assorted Firewood is available in various quantities:

– Bulk orders
– Ute-sized loads
– Trailer loads

Select from our Assorted Timber to add warmth to chilly winter evenings. Denser and longer burning, it produces higher temperatures with reduced smoke and ash. Our Assorted Timber is all hardwood and includes quality Ironbark, Yellow Box, and Red Gum.

MI Organics operates five retail outlets in:

Coffs Harbour

Each outlet stocks a wide selection of garden, landscape, and building products, including organic soils, mulches, composts, sands, manures, and a variety of decorative pebbles.

Our Timber is stacked and dried, ensuring a premium product that’s both dry and virtually smoke-free.



How do you dry firewood?

When harvesting timber yourself, it should be cut in the spring or early summer and left to dry for 6-9 months before burning. To aid the drying process, cut the timber into short lengths and stack them undercover with the sides left exposed to the elements. This will allow air to circulate and draw out moisture.

How do you store firewood?

The way you store firewood will greatly affect how efficiently it burns. Ideally, timber should be stored in an open-sided shed and stacked off the ground in a single row. This system allows for good air circulation and provides protection from the elements during the rainy season.

How do you know when firewood is ready to burn?

Start by checking the ends of the logs; the wood should be dark in colour and cracked. Dry seasoned wood is also much lighter than wet wood and makes a hollow sound when knocked together.

Which type of wood creates the most smoke when burned?

Certain types of wood, like pine or spruce, can generate a significant amount of smoke when burned due to their resinous nature or if they’re not properly seasoned.

How long does firewood last?

Timber that has been stored correctly should last for several years even in the wettest climates. Eventually, however, it will start to go rotten and mouldy, so be careful not to order more timber than you can comfortably use in a year or two.

What is the best firewood to burn?

The best firewood to burn is typically hardwoods such as Ironbark, Yellowbox, and Red Gum. These hardwoods are dense and burn hotter and longer compared to softer woods like pine or spruce.

How much firewood will I need to get through winter?

The answer to this question will depend on the local climate, the type of wood you use, the size of your home and how efficient your wood-burning stove is. But an average size home will use around 3-4 cubic metres of timber each winter.


Does hard or softwood make the best firewood?

Both types of wood have their place. Hardwood burns hotter for longer and is, therefore, more efficient than softwood. However, it takes longer to reach the required temperature. Softwood, on the other hand, reaches temperature quickly but doesn’t burn as long as hardwood.

Our timber is made up of a combination of Ironbark, Yellow Box and Red Gum. These are all hardwoods that burn at different temperatures. This ensures your fire gets started quickly and continues burning efficiently once it reaches temperature, giving you the best of both worlds.


Can any wood be firewood?

Not all wood is suitable for burning as firewood. Timber should be dry, seasoned, and free from resin or sap, which can cause excessive smoke and soot buildup in chimneys. Additionally, some woods produce toxic fumes when burned, making them unsafe for use as timber.

Where does your firewood come from?

All our firewood comes from locally sourced suppliers. Timber is not typically made from high-value timber, it comes from trees that have been thinned to make way for new growth. So the process is an environmentally friendly way of producing fuel.


Is your firewood ready to burn?

Yes, all our timber has been stacked and dried to remove excess moisture. This means it can be burnt immediately, without the need for further drying. You will need to make sure the wood is stored correctly so it burns efficiently.


Which firewood lasts longest?

Hardwood varieties like Ironbark, Yellow Box, and Red Gum tend to last the longest when burned. Their dense composition allows them to burn slowly and steadily, providing sustained heat for extended periods compared to softer woods.

Is it cheaper to burn wood?

Whether it’s cheaper to burn wood depends on various factors such as the availability and cost of timber in your area, the efficiency of your wood-burning appliance, and the cost of alternative heating sources like gas or electricity. In some cases, burning wood can be a cost-effective heating option, especially if you have access to free or inexpensive timber. However, it’s important to consider the environmental impact and potential maintenance costs associated with wood burning.

What type of wood should you avoid burning in a fireplace?

It’s advisable to steer clear of using woods with high resin content, such as pine, spruce, or cedar, as they can produce excessive smoke and leave behind creosote buildup in the chimney, which can pose fire hazards.

What is a cleaner alternative to burn?

Choosing hardwoods like oak, maple, or ash can result in a cleaner burning experience. Hardwoods tend to burn more efficiently, producing less smoke and ash residue compared to softer woods. Additionally, using properly seasoned wood can contribute to a cleaner and more efficient burn.

Is firewood delivery available for homes?

Yes, we offer local firewood delivery to Coffs Harbour, Grafton, Woolgoolga, Townsend, Nambucca and surrounds on the North Coast. Bulk delivery options available on request.



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