our story

one two tree – our story from One Two Tree on Vimeo.

We made this little video to introduce ourselves and to tell you about our One Two Tree story. Shot and edited by the talented Trevor King. A big special thank you to Sammy, Jackie and Aaron, without their kindness we wouldn’t have been able to make this video. We hope you like it.



Welcome to our official One Two Tree website! We’re finally live and ready to spread our little Christmas tree far and wide. Remember that shipping to destinations within Australia is free until Christmas!


We created One Two Tree to provide a stylish alternative to traditional Christmas trees. We also created it to promote sustainability with our environmentally friendly products.

One Two Tree is proudly hand-crafted from Australian Hoop Pine plywood. Austral Plywoods from HQPlantations (HQP) sources our beautiful wood. They are a sustainable plantation in Queensland’s lush Mary Valley.

Wood products – including plywood – are a renewable resource that play a significant role in tackling climate change. Growing trees store carbon by absorbing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. This carbon remains locked in the wood even when used for building products or furniture.

Hoop Pine (Araucaria Cunninghamii) is a native Australian specie. It’s generally a whitish or light-colour with a straight grain and fine to very fine texture. Plywood is often used in place of wood due to its resistance to cracking, shrinking, splitting, and twisting. It is also extremely strong! That means your One Two Tree can be re-used year after year without the wear and tear of a plastic tree.

HQP is independently certified under the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) forest management standard and the Australian Forestry Standard (AFS). Both forest certification systems require HQP to meet internationally-accepted criteria for sustainable forest management covering economic, social, environmental and cultural perspectives.

For more information on the environmental advantages of using wood, visit www.naturallybetter.com.ausustainability