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Pine trees are evergreen, coniferous resinous trees (or, rarely, shrubs) growing 3–80 m (10–260 ft) tall, with the majority of species reaching 15–45 m (50–150 ft) tall. It is among the most commercially important tree species valued for their timber and wood pulp throughout the world.
Red Cedar is a large to very large tree, ranging up to 65 to 70 m tall and 3 to 4 m in trunk diameter. It is valued for its distinct appearance, aroma, and its durability and high natural resistance to decay. It is long-lived tree; some individuals can live well over a thousand years, […]
Spotted gum is one of Australia’s premium native hardwoods with a striking appearance and a high degree of natural durability and strength, making it an ideal timber for a variety of structural, exterior and interior applications. Architects and designers throughout the world value spotted gum timbers for their back-sawn grain structure, attractive markings and vibrant […]
Of all Tasmanian timbers, sassafras has the most variable and dynamic colouring. It is a beautiful and pale creamy grey to white normally but can be streaked with rich browns and black heart. Sassafras can be found in Tasmania’s native forests, but also in Victoria and NSW. It generally grows in well-drained rainforests in cool […]
Australian blackwood, is an Acacia species native in eastern Australia. The species is also known as Sally wattle, lightwood, hickory, mudgerabah, Tasmanian blackwood, black wattle or blackwood acacia. This is the perfect timber for fine furniture, joinery or a feature floor / furniture piece. Boasting a variety of colours ranging from light golden-brown to deep […]
Tasmanian Myrtle is a dominant species of the cool temperate rainforest, found in the north-west and west of the state, though small communities thrive on the Tasman Peninsula and South Bruny Island. It can attain heights of up to 50m and ages in excess of 500 years. A striking wood with rich red, brown, and […]
Tasmanian oak is the name used for three almost identical species of eucalypt hardwoods that are normally marketed collectively. E. delegatensis occurs at higher altitudes, while E. regnans is found in wetter sites; E. obliqua has a wide distribution, occurring in wet forests but also extending into drier areas. Warm, dense and resilient, Tasmanian oak […]
Jarrah timbers reflect the hues of the Western Australian landscape. They grow on the iron and aluminium rich plains of south-western corner of Western Australia, from the ranges east of Perth down to Albany. The heartwood varies in colour from rich reds to browns, and their roots often reaching to great depths in search of […]