Pre-finished (coated) solid hardwood


Standard Size: T18 80/120 x 600-1800mm
T&G secret-nail profile
Water-based eco polyurethane coating
Grade: select and feature mixed
Surface: smooth finish
MC 10-12%
Micro bevel edge (in order to increase the recovery rate, the width may be 80-95 mm or 118-130 mm, this is considered normal)


  • Blackbutt
  • Blue gum
  • Grey iron bark
  • Jarrah
  • Kempas
  • Merbau
  • Red iron bark
  • Heavea
  • Spotted Gum
  • Tallowood
  • Tasmania oak

Blackbutt (Eucalyptus pilularis)
Janka rating: 9.1

Blackbutt is a beautiful and commonly grown hardwood, with a large variety of highlights and features. It has an attractive range of colour from cream to pale brown with a faint tinge of pink. Its grain is usually straight and texture is medium and even.

Blue Gum
Janka rating: 11.0

Desired for commercial and residential projects, the timber colour varies from soft brown reds to deep rich reds. Blending of colour in flooring gives a warm luxurious feeling.

Grey Ironbark (Eucalyptus paniculata)
Janka rating: 14.0

The heartwood of the Grey Ironbarks ranges from light grey or light chocolate with some darker reds and browns sometimes occurring. Sapwood is slightly lighter in colour. Grey Ironbark may have various regional variations such as the ‘Black Ironbarks’ around Port Macquarie, which have similar light colours with black narrow to broad streaks running through the timber. Texture is moderately coarse and even.

Jarrah (Eucalyptus marianata)
Janka rating: 8.5

One of the few commercial species from Western Australia, Jarrah is renowned world-wide for its density, resistance to insect attack and beautiful rich red colour which deepens over time into a soft burgundy. Jarrah’s beautiful colouring and exceptional hardness are a perfect combination for commercial and residential flooring.

Janka rating: 7.5

Grow up in southeast Asia.

Janka rating: 9.0

Merbau is a tree that grows in mangroves in Southeast Asia and islands in the Pacific Ocean. The wood is used for flooring in U.S. and European markets. It is a very durable and termite-resistant wood. Merbau is in brown colour and contains a “gold” fleck that runs through the grain, considered to be attractive by some.

Red Ironbark (Eucalyptus paniculata)
Janka rating: 14.0

This tree produces a stunning array of timber hues from pale brown to dark chocolate brown and also dark, luscious reds. The grain is usually interlocked, with a moderately coarse texture.

Janka rating: *


Spotted Gum (Eucalyptus maculate)
Janka rating: 11.0

Spotted gum is a hard, durable timber and highly resistant to decay. The word spotted refers to the soft mottled colour caused by weathering of the outer tree as it sheds elliptical strips of bark. This colour varies from pale grey-browns and soft creams to a rich chocolate brown. The grain is moderately textured and variable and a wavy grain can produce an attractive fiddle back figure.

Janka rating: 8.6

Tallowwood is a prestigious timber that is sought after by architects. It is an exceptionally durable hardwood species with unique colour and grain structure. The colour varies from yellowish brown with a tinge of olive green to distinctively paler shades. The grain is even and often interlocked.

Tasmanian Oak (Eucalyptus delegatensis/Eucalyptus regnans/Eucalyptus oblique)
Janka rating: 5.5

The name Tasmanian Oak is used to describe three species of Eucalypt commonly found in Tasmania. Together they produce a blend of beautiful colouring from pale cream to pink and reddish brown. Tasmanian Oak logs are cut on the quarter-sawn to produce an extremely straight and even grain with excellent dimensional stability, making this species an ideal choice for extreme climates or for installation over radiant heat.