Tasmanian Oak | Eucalyptus delegatensis, E. obliqua & E. regnans

Tasmanian Oak is a warm, dense and resilient hardwood. It works extremely well and produces an excellent finish. Download

Blackwood | Acacia melanoxylon

The stunning timber radiates a subtle beauty that makes it irresistible to Tasmanian designers. It boasts a variety of colours ranging from light golden-brown to deep brown. It is easily worked, very stable and is long-lasting. Download

Celery top pine | Phyllocladus aspleniifolius

Celery Top is a conifer native to Tasmania. The timber is creamy white, darkening to a mellow rosy gold hue over time and exposure to sunlight. Download

Myrtle | Nothofagus cunninghamii

Myrtle is a striking wood with rich red, brown, and almost orange tones. Taking a deep lustre when polished, myrtle is prized by architects and furniture makers alike. Download

Sassafras | Atherosperma moschatum

Of all Tasmanian timbers, sassafras has the most variable and dynamic colouring. It is particularly attractive as a veneer or as a solid timber with knots providing figure. Download

Huon pine | Lagarostrobos franklinii

Huon Pine is a species endemic to Tasmania. The richness of its golden colour and figure make it one of the world’s most desirable furniture and veneering timbers. Its durability and workability make it one of the best boat-building timbers known. Download

Radiata pine | Pinus radiata

Radiata pine is a plantation softwood timber grown widely throughout Australia. The timber is low in density and fairly soft. The grain is usually straight, but knots are common. Download

Plantation Ash | Eucalyptus nitens

Strong, stable and attractive, Plantation Ash is an exclusively plantation-grown hardwood suitable for a wide range of applications. Download