Brush Box

Brush-Box
Technical Information: Brush Box is a medium to large sized Australian hardwood that occurs along th...
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Blackbutt

Blackbutt Timber Flooring
Technical Information: The common name Blackbutt came about due to the tree's appearance after bushf...
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Australian Chestnut

Australian Chestnut Solid Timber Flooring
Technical Information: Australian Chestnut Flooring is characterised by subtle colour variations fro...
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American Oak

American Oak
Technical Information American White Oak is a hardwood common throughout the eastern United States. ...
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Jarrah

Jarrah
Botanical name Eucalyptus marginata Origin Jarrah grows in the south-west corner of Western Australi...
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Red Ironbark

Red Ironbark
Botanical name Eucalyptus paniculata Eucalyptus drepanophylla Eucalyptus siderophloia Eucalyptus dec...
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Grey Ironbark

Grey Ironbark
  Botanical name Eucalyptus paniculata Eucalyptus drepanophylla Eucalyptus siderophloia Eucalyp...
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Grey Gum

Grey Gum
Botanical name Eucalyptus propinqua calyptus punctata Origin Grey Gum grows in the coastal districts...
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