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  • Blackbean

    Black Bean

    Black Bean

    Description

    The heartwood ranges from dark brown to chocolate shades deepening almost to black; sometimes streaked with lighter coloured bands. The sapwood is white to yellow in colour. Porous and coarse grained, with striated vessel lines prominent on longitudinal surfaces. This effect is due to chalky grey soft tissue (parenchyma) surrounding the vessels.

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  • Black Wattle

    Black Wattle

    Black Wattle

    Description

    Description. A pink to light brownish heartwood, while the sapwood is slightly lighter and not always sharply demarcated from heartwood. Found in Australian eastern states including Tasmania. A high tannin content (40 – 50%) is found in the bark. Contains a uniform medium texture with a decent natural luster

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  • Blackbutt

    Blackbutt

    Blackbutt

    Additional information

    Individual Signature

      Blackbutt (Eucalyptus pilularis) is a common hardwood species commercially available. Found in the coastal plains and nearby lower ranges, between sea and escarpment of NSW and southern Queensland. It is a tall tree reaching a height of up to 75 metres. The timber has a subtle colour, ranging from golden yellow through to pale browns. The sapwood is distinctly lighter than the heartwood.

    Grade

      Premium
      Character

    Hardness

      9.5

    Profile

      Secret Nail 80 X 19

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  • Cooktown Ironwood

    Cooktown Ironwood

    Cooktown Ironwood

    Description

    Found in Far North Queensland Australia in an area known as Cape York Peninsula. It has a range of coloring, but tends to darken to a dark red as the wood oxidizes. It grows in the “dry country” and even when green have very low moisture content making it extremely stable. It has bright red heartwood and a medium even texture with interlocking grain making it extremely stable and durable.

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  • Darwin Stringy Bark

    Darwin Stringy Bark

    Darwin Stringy Bark

    Description

    Sapwood pale yellow or white, fairly wide and not always clearly demarcated from the reddish-brown or pale red heartwood. Grain mainly straight. The figure is not prominent, and growth rings occasionally tending to distinct. The species is widely distributed through northern Australia from Queensland to Western Australia. It is one of the few hardwoods of the Northern Territory to grow to a useful millable size and is probably its main potential commercial hardwood species.

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  • Forest Reds

    Forest Reds

    Forest Reds

    Additional information

    Timeless Beauty

      Forest Reds consist of two major hardwood species, Forest Red Gum (Eucalyptus tereticornis) and Red Iron Bark (Eucalyptus crebra). Found growing along the coastal ranges of New South Wales and extending up into Queensland. The glorious colours of forest reds range from rich reddish browns to soft salmon pinks. Texture is medium to even. Its renowned strength ensures that its beauty will last a lifetime.

    Grade

      Premium
      Character

    Hardness

      12

    Profile

      Overlay 82 X 11, 82 X 14
      Secret Nail 58 X 19, 80 X 19
      Top Nail 130 X 19

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  • Grey Ironbark

    Grey Ironbark

    Grey Ironbark

    Additional information

    Unique Luxury

      Ironbark (Eucalyptus siderophloia) it is distributed from southern coastal New South Wales to Maryborough in Queensland. Ironbark is a very characteristic group. The timber is very heavy, hard and compact. The fi bres are seen to be compact and closely compressed. The heartwood of Ironbark ranges from light grey or light chocolate with some darker reds and browns occurring. The sapwood is slightly lighter in colour.

    Grade

      Premium
      Character

    Hardness

      14

    Profile

      Overlay 82 X 11, 82 X 14
      Secret Nail 58 X 19, 80 X 19
      Top Nail 130 X 19

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  • Mixed Hardwoods

    Mixed Hardwoods

    Mixed Hardwoods

    Additional information

    Distinctive Style

      Sourced from the South East Queensland region mixed hardwoods consists of an assortment of species including Spotted Gum, Forest Reds, Ironbark, White and Yellow Stringy Bark. Mixed Hardwoods exhibit a variant range of colours, from the pale browns of spotted gum through to the vibrant reds and soft salmon pinks of forest reds and the very distinctive dark browns of ironbark. Truly this fl oor offers the essence of all Australian hardwoods.

    Grade

      Premium
      Character

    Hardness

      10.5

    Profile

      Overlay 82 X 11, 82 X 14
      Secret Nail 58 X 19, 80 X 19
      Top Nail 130 X 19

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  • Northern Silky Oak

    Northern Silky Oak

    Northern Silky Oak

    Description

    The glorious heartwood is pale pink to brown. Sapwood is usually almost white. With a moderately coarse textured and variable grain. Quarter sawn timber shows the decorative oak grain to best effect.

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  • Queensland Maple

    Queensland Maple

    Queensland Maple

    Description

    The heartwood is pink to brownish pink while the narrow sapwood band is coloured white to pale grey. The grain is somewhat interlocked, often wavy or curly, and the texture medium and uniform.

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  • Queensland Silver Ash

    Queensland Silver Ash

    Queensland Silver Ash

    Description

    The heartwood ranges from silver-white to pale yellow shades. There is no noticeable colour difference between sapwood and heartwood. Silver ash is open and predominantly straight. Slight grain deviation may occur associated with bumps on the log surface. There is no pronounced figure but a characteristic of the species is its long straight vessel lines on longitudinal surfaces.

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  • Red Tulip Oak

    Red Tulip Oak

    Red Tulip Oak

    Description

    Large hardwood found in North Queensland rainforests with a pink to red-brown heartwood and whitish sapwood. Often having a band of intermediate wood, which has a similar borer susceptibility to sapwood. Tulip Oak has a coarse, even texture.

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  • Spotted Gum

    Spotted Gum

    Spotted Gum

    Additional information

    Natural Charm

      Spotted Gum (Corymbia maculata) is a very common species. Found growing up the South East Coast of Australia from Maryborough in Queensland to the New South Wales Victorian border. The glorious colours of spotted gum fl ooring range from very pale browns through to very dark browns, with some samples having a slightly orange tint in the lighter variations. The grain is interlocked and generally features a wavy type figure which creates quite a distinctive look.

    Grade

      Premium
      Character

    Hardness

      11

    Profile

      Overlay 82 X 11, 82 X 14
      Secret Nail 58 X 19, 80 X 19
      Top Nail 130 X 19

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