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Treated Pine (Standard) Timber Decking
Pinus radiata Treated Pine has been around for a long time and as most of us know who has used in the in past it can be very troublesome with the twisting and bowing that can sometimes happen. It is...
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Tallowood Timber Decking
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Tallowood Timber Decking
Eucalyptus microcorys A large hardwood found on the northern NSW coastal ranges moving up to Maryborough QLD. The heartwood is a yellowish brown with a hint of olive green. Tallowwood is free of gum veins but Pin- hole borers are...
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Spotted Gum NSW Timber Decking
Corymbia Maculate Hook NSW Spotted Gum is lighter than QLD Spotted Gum The heartwood colour range is quite broad from very pale browns through to dark browns; overall it is described as having light tan browns, greyish tones to a...
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Silvertop Ash Timber Decking
Eucalptus sieberi A large hardwood from the tableland areas of southern New South Wales. Silvertop Ash is similar to Blackbutt in appearance. With a very light brown colour sometimes with a pink tinge some say Blonde in colour it’s a...
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Red Ironbark Timber Decking
Eucalyptus sideroxylon The most common Red ironbark’s are Mugger Ironbark (Eucalyptus sideroxylon), narrow-leaved Red Ironbark (E.creba) & broad-leaved Red Ironbark (E.fibrosa). Mugga Ironbark extends from VIC through NSW into southern QLD. Narrow-leaved Red Ironbark is found in the coastal, tablelands...
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Red Gum (Forest) Timber Decking
Eucalyptus tereticornis A large Hardwood found from the districts of Warragul in Victoria and as far north as Cairns QLD. Heartwood is Red with lighter sapwood. Grain is interlocking with a coarse and even texture. Red Gum is sometimes difficult...
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Pacific Mahogany Timber Decking
Shorea Pacific Mahogany is a large hardwood from Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines. It has a light brown tone that will darken with age. Texture moderately fine and even with a tight interlocked grain. This is one of our biggest...
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Southern Box Timber Decking
Dryobalanops spp. Southern Box is an imported hardwood found in the forests of Malaysia and Indonesia. Heartwood is a yellow, pink or reddish brown and will darken with exposure too side elements. Not as hard as some hardwoods on the...
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Northern Box Timber Decking
Tristaniopsis obovate Northern Box (Pelawan) is imported from Malaysia and Indonesia and is a large hardwood with an extremely clean grain generally free of natural features. The heartwood is a reddish brown or purple grey-brown with a tight interlocked wavy...
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Merbau Timber Decking
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Merbau Timber Decking
Intsia bijuga Merbau (Kwila) is a hardwood derived from South East Asia, Papua New Guinea and the Pacific Islands. It is harvested from tropical forests and in some cases may be sourced from forests legally converted to other land uses...
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Jarrah Timber Decking
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Jarrah Timber Decking
Eucalyptus Marginata Jarrah is a large sized hardwood found only in the south west of Western Australia. The heartwood varies from rich reds to deep browns, with sapwood being a clearly distinguished pale yellow. The texture is course and generally...
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Grey Ironbark Timber Decking
Eucalyptus propiculata The most common commercial species is Eucalyptus Paniculata. The heartwood of Grey Ironbark ranges from light grey or light brown with a red tinge at times occurring. Sapwood is slightly lighter in colour. Grey Ironbark may have various...
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