Solid Australian Hardwoods



Solid Australian Hardwoods



AusH_TasmanOak

Tasmanian Oak

Tasmanian Oak is a combination of three Eucalypt species commonly found in Tasmania. Together they produce a blend of light colourings from pale cream to pink and reddish brown. Tasmanian Oak logs are quarter sawn to produce an extremely straight and even grain, providing excellent dimensional stability. Tried and proven this flooring timber is a builder’s favourite. A feature of the specie is the presence linear gum vein. A cost effective flooring solution.

Janka Rating: 4.9 to 5.5

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AusH_NewEngland_Oak

New England Oak

A light straw pink coloured Australian hardwood with great swirls of grain making it a very attractive timber without the cost of the imported alternatives. Stains and finishes extremely well. A flooring that is quickly attracting the interest of Architects and designers. Now also available in a wide 180 top nail profiled board.

Janka Rating: 6.0

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AustH_19mm_Messmate

Messmate

Messmate is a well-known hardwood species that has been used in construction for decades but is now in high demand for decorative applications, particularly flooring. It varies in colour from pale browns through to light yellows with subtle hints of peach. It is a species that is rich in detail with an even texture and prominent growth rings. Available in three grades:
Classic grade: subtle feature grade, Australiana grade: natural variations and markings, Natural grade: high level of natural characteristics.

Janka Rating: 7.1

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AusH_Stirngybark

Stringy Bark / Silvertop 

Nature’s signature. If you are looking for a recycled or natural look then this is a standout. Hard tough and very Australian the wood captures the essence of our harsh Australian environment. Whether it’s gum vein that record past forest fires, drought or insect trails and natural fungal staining – every floor will have a story to tell.

Janka Rating: 8.5

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AusH_BoralBlackbutt

Blackbutt 

A popular hardwearing light coloured hardwood flooring timber. It’s attractive light colouring varies from cream to pale straw browns, sometimes with soft pink undertones. Blackbutt grain is generally straight with a medium and even texture that takes any style of finish well.
With its light hues and high hardness Blackbutt is often used in projects that require a bright even toned interior that wears particularly well.

Janka Rating: 9.1

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AusH_TallowWood

Tallow Wood

A highly regarded specie by architects and designers that has reasonably close colour tones from warm golden browns to olive shades. The exceptionally durable hardwood specie has an even and often interlocked grain structure, drawing high appeal in all grades. Tallowwood is a large hardwood of the coast and coastal ranges between the Hunter River in New South Wales and the Maryborough district of Queensland.

Janka Rating: 8.6

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AusH_SpottedGum

Spotted Gum

Our most popular species. Its warmth of colour varies from pale grey browns and soft creams to richer browns. Its appeal lies in the colour variation and its high hardness level. This floor can take the knocks of everyday living without going out of style. Its frequent fiddleback grain and gum vein combine to produce a stunning effect in “Australiana” Grade. The word ‘spotted’ refers to the soft mottled colour caused by weathering as it sheds elliptical strips of bark. Spotted Gum hardwood is commonly found along the east coast of Australia from the Victoria-New South Wales border to the Maryborough district in Queensland.

Janka Rating: 11.2

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AusH_GreyBox

Grey Box

Similar to Spotted Gum with its wide range of earthy brown tones. This low volume sustainable timber is very dense and hard. Its grain is often interlocked with a relatively fine and even texture. Seldom has gum vein and with surface checking as a feature it finishes beautifully when oiled or waxed.

Janka Rating: 15.0

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AusH_GreyIronbark

Grey Ironbark

Ironbark produces a stunning array of timber hues from pale brown to dark chocolate browns as well as dark red. The grain is usually interlocked, with a moderately coarse texture.

Janka Rating: 14.0

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AusH_BrushBox

Brush Box

Brushbox has long been sought after for its unique properties and aesthetic qualities. It has a fine and even texture with a beautiful rich colour. It can vary from pale pinkish grey to rich reddish brown.

Janka Rating: 9.5

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AusH_Turpentine

Turpentine

Turpentine is a highly durable hardwood species that is commonly grown in New South Wales and southern Queensland. In colour, it varies from pale to dark reddishbrown through to deep chocolate brown. It has a straight grain and coarse but even texture.

Janka Rating: 12.0

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AusH_BoralAustBeech

Australian Beech

Australian Beech is a combination of highland timbers, carefully selected to create a unique colour ranging from pale browns and golden hues, to a light cream with a slightly pink tint. These tonal variations found in Australian Beech are one of its sought-after features.

Janka Rating: 7.5

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AusH_BoralFlooded_gum

Rose (Flooded) Gum

Rose Gum is highly prized for its unique, subtle rose tones that vary from pale pink to soft reds and red browns. Flooded Gum is ideal for luxurious domestic applications that require a rich but gentle aesthetic. It has a straight grain, an even texture and the occasional, natural scribble pattern. Flooded (Rose) Gum is a large fast growing hardwood found along the east coast from the Hunter River in New South Wales to northern Queensland.

Janka Rating: 7.5

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AusH_SydneyBluegum

Sydney Blue Gum

Sydney Blue Gum is a well-known timber found on the east coast of Australia. It has a straight grain that is sometimes interlocked. Its distinctive colour varies from soft pinks to dark pinks and red browns. Sydney Blue Gum is a large, fast growing hardwood which occurs naturally along the east coast of Australia from Batemans Bay in New South Wales to southern Queensland, with occasional occurrences further north.

Janka Rating: 9.0

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AusH_ForestReds

Forest Reds

Forest Reds is a blend of medium to large hardwoods harvested from the coastal regions. Timber colour ranging from pale pinks to deep rich reds, which when blended in flooring, give a particularly warm, luxurious appearance.

Janka Rating: 9.1

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AusH_RedMahogany

Red Mahogany

Red Mahogany is an extremely dense hardwood species with stunning pale to deep, dark red colouring. Its density and rare colouring have made it a prestigious timber species that is highly sought after. It is a species that lends itself well to good, consistent grading for a uniform look. Red Mahogany represents a good alternative to Jarrah which has become more difficult to source. The specie grows on the east coast from Sydney to Atherton in Queensland.

Janka Rating: 12.0

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AusH_Jarrah

Jarrah

Renowned worldwide and for good reason. A beautiful rich red brown and stunning grain. A sophisticated floor that suits contemporary and period styles. One of the few commercial species from Western Australia with strong resistance to insect attack and a beautiful rich red colour which deepens overtime to a soft burgundy.

Janka Rating: 8.5

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