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Tasmanian Oak

A natural elegance.
Tasmanian Oak is known for its warm and light colour palette and versatility of use – offering a pale elegance that endures superbly. Locally grown and processed to the highest industry standards, Tasmanian timber is unparalleled in its beauty, quality and richness. Warm and adaptable, Tasmanian Oak is the preferred hardwood for a wide range of applications including

Scantlings
Paneling
Boating
Furniture
Cabinetry
Flooring
Joinery
Veneers
Moulding

Tasmanian Blackwood

A golden beauty.
Tasmanian Blackwood features deep browns and golden hues, and is one of the most stable and durable timbers in Australia. It can be worked for almost any product. Richly hued and easily worked, Tasmanian Blackwood is the preferred hardwood for a wide range of applications including:

Joinery
Furniture
Paneling
Flooring
Moulding
Cabinetry
Boating
Feature pieces
Veneers

Tasmanian Celery Top Pine

A light warmth.
Tasmanian Celery Top Pine features warm hues, from creamy whites to a mellow rose gold. It is known for its lightness, strength and workability, as well as its striking aesthetic.Natural, durable and tough, Tasmanian Celery Top Pine is the preferred hardwood for a wide range of applications including:

Boating
Flooring
Joinery
Turnery
Furniture
Cabinetry
Mouldings
Architraves
Railings

Tasmanian Myrtle

A deep richness.
Striking in appearance, Tasmanian Myrtle features deep red, brown and orange tones. These vibrant hues make it prized by architects, craft workers and furniture makers.Rich in colour, strong and dense, Tasmanian Myrtle is the preferred hardwood for a wide range of applications including:

Veneers
Furniture
Joinery
Cabinetry
Feature paneling

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