Tasmanian Oak is a mixture between three different species of Eucalyptus found commonly in Tasmania.
A careful combination between these three produces a blend of beautiful color and pattern ranges from pale beige to pink and reddish-brown. It has an extremely straight and even grain.
Janka Rating 4.9.
Size: 108 x 19, 133 x 19, 85 x 13, 85 x 19
Grade: Feature, Standard, Select
Tallowwood [Eucalyptus Microcorys] – Due to its nature in its exceptional durability, unique color, and dense grain structure, this timber is highly sought after by architects.
It mostly ranges from yellowish brown with a hint of olive green and beautiful growth rings.
Janka Rating 8.6.
Merbau is a species of flowering tree in the pea family, native to the Indo-Pacific regions. This species of timber has a very high durability as well as termite-resistant, making it highly valued material for house interior and flooring. It varies from bright yellow through to pale to dark reddish brown. It has moderate coarse but even texture, with a slight interlocked grain producing a ribbon figure on the radical surface. Read More
A large hardwood that grows on the edge of the rainforests from the central coast of New South Wales to Bowen, Queensland.
Usually brown in colour. Texture fine and even. Grain usually interlocked to varying degrees.
Normally used for flooring, cladding, panelling and bridge decking.
Janka Rating 9.5.