AMERICAN WHITE OAK
14MM&19MM THICKNESS, 63-280MM WIDTH
American White Oak has become a popular choice for Australians looking for that unique look not present in any of our native species. American White Oak is a medium sized hardwood of Central North America its hear..
mixed Eucalyptus obliqua, sieberi and fastigata.
Australian Chestnut Flooring is characterized by subtle colour variations from a Light straw colour to light to medium browns. Durable Eucalypts are blended to provide a sophisticated, natural beauty to any interior. The blen..
Medium sizes softwood imported from northern Europe. The sapwood is white to pale yellow with a straight grain and has small tight knots in its appearance. Baltic Pine was used extensively in Australia in the early 1900’s and those floors are now showing a considerable ..
Blackbutt is one of the most common species of hardwood commercially available from the coastal forests of NSW. It grows in the coastal forests of NSW from Bega on the south coast up to Maryborough in Queensland. The timber has a colour ranging from a g..
BLACKBUTT (NEW ENGLAND)
New England Blackbutt is sourced from the coastal ranges and tablelands of northern NSW and southern Queensland. The material is very similar in appearance and properties to Blackbutt (E. pilularis). The colour ranges from pale browns to straw blo..
Sydney Blue Gum is a tall tree, found along the New South Wales coastline extending from Batemans Bay in the south to southern Queensland. The timber is usually straight grained with a small percentage showing some interlocking grain. The texture is moderately coars..