Originated from Tasmania, Australia, the name Tasmanian Oak was first used by early European timber workers who believed the eucalypts showed the same strength as English Oak. Tasmanian oak is 35% harder than teak, just slightly softer than white oak, 7% softer than hard maple and 30% softer than jarrah. This hardwood timber is light-coloured, ranging from straw to light reddish brown.
- Reknown for almost 200 years, each species has its own character and history. Each piece has an individual richness.
- Ranging in tone from pale.
Sizes & Specifications
15mm (T) x 70mm (W) x 300mm – 1800mm (L)
S4S = Surfaced Four Sides
T&G = Tongue & Groove Sides