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Gold Coast Blinds and Shutters

Timber Plantation Shutters

At Gold Coast Blinds and Shutters we only use the best real timber in our timber plantation shutters.

Our choice of timber for our shutters is Western Red Cedar. It’s one the world’s most unique timbers and is famous for its beauty and durability.

Western Red Cedar’s strength and light weight construction is perfect for making timber shutters. This means that we can make our shutter panels much wider than other types of timber or PVC. Larger panels mean less joins and a cleaner more natural look.

Your timber shutters can be oiled, stained or painted. We can custom make a colour especially for you!

We offer a wide range of layouts, simply book a free shutter consultation for plantation shutters gold coast and we’ll help advise the best style of shutters for your home. 


white hinged plantation shutters

Hinged Shutters

Hinged shutters are the the most common and are used for most standard windows. These can feature a frame or can be attached directly to your window frame.

bi-fold plantation shutters as a room divider

Bi-Fold Shutters

Bi-Fold shutters are perfect for room dividers, sliding doors and other spaces which are quite wide. The shutter panels concertina and stack back.

plantation shutter panels for a sliding door

Sliding Shutters

Sliding Shutters are usually used over sliding doors and are designed to mimic the layout of the door panels behind the shutter.

western red cedar for plantation shutters

Why Western Red Cedar?

Unmatched Sustainability

The production of cedar produces fewer greenhouse gases, generates less air and water pollution and requires less energy than alternatives and comes from a renewable and sustainable resource.

Thermal Insulation

The thermal properties of Western red cedar are amazing, it actually outperforms brick, concrete and steel as an insulator (WRC has an R-value of 1.35 per inch).

Structural Performance

Western red cedar has a durability rating of '2' in Australia (2x more stable than pine) and is naturally resistant to cupping and warping, even when milled into a fine aerofoil shape used in making plantation shutters.