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).
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 50x34 and is 4cm thick