Popular species that grows on the NSW Coast. The beautiful colour and its strong and hard natural attributes makes Sydney Blue Gum sort after for both commercial and domestic flooring.
Classical ruby red colour, Grey Gum is a stunning timber with exquisite natural features that gives a sophisticated look and feel to your home. Grey Gum is amongst the hardest timbers available in the world.
This material is very hard to work, limiting some applications requiring fine detailing. Application include heavy engineering, marine structures, poles, sleepers, framework, flooring and decking.
Stringybark is a blend of eucalyptus varieties native to various areas of New South Wales. The texture of Stringybark is moderately fine and even with a straight grain. It is a light coloured blend ranging from pale yellow through to golden hues and light browns. Similar to Blackbutt in general behaviour but without as much sap veins which is common in Blackbutt.
Now scarce, this aromatic timber is a bit harder and heavier than mahonany with a similar fine interlocking grain. The deep cherry colour is very even as in the grain. Medium to large scaly barked tree of sub tropical and sometimes dry rain forest from Wyong to Gympie.