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QLD Spotted Gum Timber Flooring
Corymbia maculate Hook QLD Spotted Gum is darker than NSW Spotted Gum the heartwood colour range is quite broad from a light tannish brown to dark browns and at times a deep Reddish Tinge Overall one of the darkest brown...
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Wormy Chestnut Timber Flooring
Mixed Eucalyptus obliqua, sieberi and fastigata. No two pieces of Australian Wormy Chestnut are ever the same.  Deep in the forests of southern eastern Australia, the trees are affected by wildfires, years of drought, attack by insects, the occasional flood...
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WA Karri Timber Flooring
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WA Karri Timber Flooring
Eucalyptus Diversicolor Karri is known as the giant tree of Western Australia, with examples in excess of 50 meters in height. It has quite rapid growth, and can attain enormous dimensions. It is found in the higher rainfall areas in...
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Turpentine Timber Flooring
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Turpentine Timber Flooring
Syncarpia glomulifera A large hardwood grown in the rich soils of the high rainfall areas between Sydney and Cairns.  Its known as one of the most difficult timbers to burn in Australia. Heartwood Reddish Brown and has a close resemblance...
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Tasmanian Oak Timber Flooring
Mixture of Tasmanian native species. Tasmanian Oak can be used in all forms of construction as scantlings, panelling and flooring, and can be glue-laminated to cover long spans. Veneers, plywood and engineered products are also available. It is also a...
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Tallowood Timber Flooring
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Tallowood Timber Flooring
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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NSW Spotted Gum Timber Flooring
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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Brownbarrel Southern Beech Timber Flooring
Eucalyptus Fastigata A large hardwood found on the north eastern corner of Victoria and into the south Coast of NSW. Heartwood pale brown with a lighter sapwood appearance and at times a slight pinkish tinge.  A great choice when looking...
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Snowy River Gum Timber Flooring
Eucalyptus Nitens Maiden Snowy River Gum (East Gippsland Shining Gum) grows in the high altitude country on both sides of the NSW and Victorian boarder. It has a light blonde colour with slight straw brown tones to occasionally include a...
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Silvertop Stingybark Timber Flooring
Eucalyptus laevopinea A large hardwood found in the northern NSW tablelands, Silvertop Stringybark has a pale brown tone with a straight grain and medium texture. It is relatively free of gum veins and has a close resemblance to the popular...
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Rose Gum (Flooded Gum) Timber Flooring
Eucalyptus Grandis Flooded Gum (also known by the trade name of Rose Gum) is a large hardwood that grows in the moist soils along the east coast of Australia ranging from around Bulahdelah in New South Wales up to northern...
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Red Ironbark Timber Flooring
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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