Timber Species

New England Blackbutt

Eucalyptus Andrewsii

New England Blackbutt is a large Australian hardwood that grows in the tablelands and coastal ranges of northern New South Wales and southern Queensland. A durable hardwood, the heartwood is pale brown, while the sapwood is much paler in appearance.  The grain is generally straight and small gum veins are may also be visible with an even texture.

Janka Rating: 9.5

Different species of timber have different hardness ratings called Janka Ratings. The higher the number, the harder the timber. This is an important thing to consider when choosing your timber flooring.