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  • American Walnut Flooring

    Origin North America
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  • Brushbox Flooring

    Origin Large hardwood grows on the edge of the rainforests on the central coast of New South Wales to Bowen, Queensland.
    Appearance Heartwood varies in colour from a pinkish grey to a rich reddish brown. Sapwood is usually distinctively paler. Texture is fine and even. Grain usually interlocked to varying degrees. Logs are usually sound right to the pith and are free of gum veins, but breaks known as “water rings” are sometimes present.
    Common Uses Flooring, Cladding & Panelling.
    Durability 3 (Above Ground)
    Grades Select or Standard & Better or Feature
    Hardness 9.5
    Dimensions 63x14, 85x14, 130x14, 180x14, 63x19, 80x19, 130x19, 180x19mm
  • Grey Box Flooring

    Origin Medium sized hardwood of the central and north coast districts of New South Wales and southern Queensland. Occasionally found in eastern Victoria.
    Appearance Heartwood is pale yellowish brown. Sapwood is usually distinctively paler. Texture is relatively fine and even. Grain is interlocked. Seldom has gum veins.
    Common Uses Flooring, Heavy engineering construction, bridges, wharves, shipbuilding, piles, poles & sleepers.
    Durability 1 (Above Ground)
    Grades Select or Standard & Better or Feature
    Hardness 15.0
    Dimensions 63x14, 83x14, 130x14, 180x14, 63x19, 80x19, 130x19, 180x19mm
  • Grey Ironbark Flooring

    Origin Victoria through to Queensland
    Appearance Varies in colour from light browns through to dark chocolates and reds.
    Common Uses Flooring, Decking, Heavy Engineering Construction, Poles, Piles & Ship Building.
    Durability 1 (Above Ground)
    Grades Select or Standard & Better or Feature
    Hardness 14.0
    Dimensions 63x14, 85x14, 130x14, 180x14, 63x19, 85x19, 130x19, 180x19mm
  • Northern Beech Flooring

    Origin A blend of timbers grown in the coastal forests between Bega in New South Wales and Maryborough in Queensland.
    Appearance Pale brown and Golden Hues to a light cream with a slight pink tint. The straw-brown colour sometimes displays olive hues gives it a similar look to Blackbutt but with gum veins and some pinholes. These tone variations found in Northern Beech make it a highly sought after timber.
    Durability 2 (Above Ground)
    Grades Select or Standard & Better or Feature
    Hardness 8.5
    Dimensions 63x14, 85x14, 130x14, 180x14, 63x19, 80x19, 130x19, 180x19mm
  • Spotted Gum Flooring

    Origin Occurs naturally on the east coast from the Victoria/New South Wales border to the Maryborough district in Queensland.
    Appearance The timber ranges from light brown through to dark brown with green and orange tones, and wild figure (grain pattern) and fiddleback is common.
    Common Uses Flooring, Decking, Cladding & Bench Tops.
    Durability 1 (Above Ground)
    Grades Select, Standard & Better or Feature
    Hardness 11.0
    Dimensions 65x14, 85x14, 130x14, 180 x14, 65x19, 85x19, 130x19, 180x19mm
  • Tallowwood Flooring

    Origin A large hardwood of the coast and coastal ranges between the Hunter River, in New South Wales and the Maryborough district of Queensland.
    Appearance Heartwood is yellowish brown with a tinge of olive green. Sapwood is usually distinctively paler. Texture is moderately course but even. Grain is often interlocked. A distinguishing characteristic, very unusual for a eucalypt, is the complete absence of gum veins. Pin-hole borer marks are often present, as are the fibre separations known as “water rings”.
    Common Uses Flooring, Cladding, Sleepers, Poles, Piles, Bridges, Wharfage & Cooling Towers.
    Durability 1 (Above Ground)
    Grades Select or Standard & Better or Feature
    Hardness 8.6
    Dimensions 63x14, 85x14, 130x14, 180x14, 63x19, 85x19, 130x19, 180x19mm