By far the most popular hardwood choice among Australian customers, tassie oak is a staple in the furniture trade. Sometimes reffered to as Messmate or Vic Ash. Pale to light brown with pinkish tinge.
A medium-heavy feature grade tasmanian oak, perfect for those who love the character and aesthetics of black gum veins and voids. Sometimes reffered to as Messmate or Vic Ash. Our 22mm cabinetry shows pale to dark brown with redish tinge while our 35-45mm table and benchtops mimic the lighter tones of tasmanian oak.
Commonly reffered to as Acacia or Black Wattle, tassie blackwood is golden brown in colour with occasional reddish streaks. Suitable for almost any project.
Pale brown in colour, blackbutt offers a smooth, extremely durable finish for all furniture and benchtop builds.
Pale to dark brown or 'chocolate' in colour, Spotted gum is one of the most durable choices for both indoor and outdoor furniture.
american white oak
Imported from eastern USA, American Oak is a beautiful choice for furniture and joinery.
Pine is a versatile softwood that we offer for many of our furniture and shelving projects. Available in clear coat or a variety of stains, we can easily match your existing furniture!
Rich dark brownish-red in colour, Jarrah is one of the most hard-wearing Australian hardwood options for gates, fences and screening.
Merbau is a popular hardwood from South East Asia and our customers favourite choice for external gates and screens due to its rich character and tones as well as affordability. Merbau also presents as a stunning feature indoors.
An imported timber with a reputation for durability, Kapur is a large South East Asian hardwood suitable for external gates, screening and outdoor furniture. Ranging from almost white to light yellowish brown in colour.
Have a different timber in mind?
We can source any available timber and include your selection at quoting stage, just let us know what you need.