PEOPLE interested in bidding for the contents of Gunns' headquarters in Lindsay Street, Launceston, will get the opportunity to view the items for sale on Monday from 9am.
The catalogue for the sale was available online yesterday.
The machinery and equipment from the demolished timber yards behind the former Tasmanian timber giant's purpose-built administrative headquarters were auctioned last week.
The state-of-the-art kilns have been flattened and carted away for scrap.
The Lindsay Street headquarters were built six years ago for nearly $4 million.
They will be demolished to make way for the new owner, national hardware retailer Bunnings, after the online sale of all non- structural goods - even down to the fibreglass cows that have decorated the grounds.
The sale comes as part of the wind-up of the company after the Gunns board voluntarily appointed administrator PPB Advisory last November.
The remaining 40 staff at Lindsay Street working with receiver- manager KordaMentha will move into temporary headquarters at the former Forest Enterprises Australia office in Charles Street, Launceston.
PPB Advisory has not yet set a date for the second creditors meeting.
It is believed the complicated business of the managed investment scheme plantations is holding up the report to be presented to the meeting.