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  • Blackbutt Decking

    Origin A large hardwood growing in abundance in the coastal forests between Bega, New South Wales and Maryborough, Queensland.
    Finish Heartwood is pale brown, but northern material may sometimes have slight pinkish tinge. Sapwood is distinctively paler. Texture is medium and even. Grain is usually straight. Gum veins are common.
    Common Uses Decking, Poles, Flooring, Sleepers, Building Framework & Structural Plywood.
    Durability 1 (Above Ground)
    Grades Standard & Better or Feature or Utility
    Hardness 9.0
    Dimensions 65x19, 85x19, 135x19, 65x32, 85x32, 135x32mm
  • Cypress Decking

    Origin A small to medium softwood, sometimes growing in association with White Cypress, but often in pure stands in hilly country and on stony ridges, in inland areas of New South Wales and Queensland, and occasionally in Victoria.
    Finish Heartwood may have many shades of brown. Sapwood is pale yellow. Texture is fine and even. Grain is straight except around the many knots.
    Common Uses Decking, Flooring, Panelling, Posts, Poles & General Construction.
    Durability 1 (Above Ground)
    Grades Standard & Better
    Hardness 6.6
    Dimensions 67x21 / 90x21mm
  • Silvertop Ash Decking

    Origin Occurs in the southern and central coasts and tablelands of New South Wales, Eastern Victoria and north-eastern Tasmania.
    Appearance Creamy – straw. Light to medium or pale brown, sometimes pinkish, similar to Blackbutt.
    Common Uses Decking & External cladding.
    Durability 2 (Above Ground)
    Grades Standard & Better or Feature
    Hardness 9.5
    Dimensions 90x22, 140x22mm
  • Yellow Stringybark Decking

    Origin Occurs in the tableland areas of Southern New South Wales. Some also seen in Eastern Victoria.
    Appearance Straw to light brown with a tinge of pink.
    Common Uses Decking, Flooring & Cladding.
    Durability  2 (Above Ground)
    Grades Standard & Better
    Hardness 8.5
    Dimensions 90x22, 140x22mm