Our tongue and groove solid strip flooring is precision-milled, providing a wear layer that can be refinished many times over, providing a lifetime of enjoyment. It is manufactured with a tongue and groove profile that is also end-matched for a tight board-to-board fit. Board thickness is 19mm (180mm is 20.5mm thick).

Australian Beech

Australian Beech is a beautiful combination of highland timbers, carefully selected to create a unique colour that ranges from pale brown and golden hues to a light cream with a slightly pink tint. These tonal variations found in Australian Beech are one of its sought-after features.

Physical Properties
Dry Density: range 780-900 kg/m³
Janka Hardness: 7.5 kN

These properties are only a guide, as timber is a natural product there will be variations within any species.
The Janka Dry Hardness rating measures the hardness of the wood. The higher the number the harder the wood.

Blackbutt

Blackbutt is a commonly grown hardwood that has attractive colouring from cream to pale brown, sometimes with a slight tinge of pink. Its grain is usually straight and texture its medium and even.

Physical Properties
Dry Density (kg/m3) = 900
Janka Dry Hardness (kn) = 9.1

Janka Dry Hardness is a measure of the force required to press a steel ball into the wood surface to half its diameter. The larger the number the harder the wood.
Please remember that wood is a natural product and as well as variation between different species there will also be variation within a species depending on the growing conditions prevalent.
Hardness varies from 2.8kN for Radiata Pine to 14.0kN for Iron Bark.

Brushbox

Brushbox has long been sought after for its unique properties and aesthetic qualities. It has a fine and even texture with a beautiful, rich colour. It can vary from pale pinkish grey to rich reddish brown.

Physical Properties
Dry Density: 900 kg/m³
Janka Dry Hardness: 9.5 kN

The Janka rating is the hardness level given to each species. The higher the number, the greater the hardness.

The natural colour variation within a timber species is normal and one of its most appealing attributes. The species samples shown here are indicative only and do not necessarily show the colour variation that can be naturally found in each species. It is recommended that large samples of the species be viewed in a timber flooring showroom when deciding on the species for a new timber floor.

Flooded (Rose) Gum

Flooded (Rose) Gum is highly prized for its unique, subtle rose tones that vary from pale pink to soft reds and red browns. Flooded Gum is ideal for luxurious domestic applications that require a rich but gentle aesthetic. It has a straight grain, an even texture and the occasional, natural scribble pattern.

Physical Properties
Dry Density: 750 kg/m³
Janka Dry Hardness: 7.5 kN

The Janka rating is the hardness level given to each species. The higher the number, the greater the hardness.

The natural colour variation within a timber species is normal and one of its most appealing attributes. The species samples shown here are indicative only and do not necessarily show the colour variation that can be naturally found in each species. It is recommended that large samples of the species be viewed in a timber flooring showroom when deciding on the species for a new timber floor.

Forest Reds

Forest Reds is a blend of medium to large hardwoods harvested from the coastal regions. Timber colour ranging from pale pinks to deep rich reds, which when blended in flooring, give a particularly warm, luxurious appearance.

Physical Properties
Dry Density: 900 kg/m³
Janka Dry Hardness: 9.1 kN

The Janka rating is the hardness level given to each species. The higher the number, the greater the hardness.

The natural colour variation within a timber species is normal and one of its most appealing attributes. The species samples shown here are indicative only and do not necessarily show the colour variation that can be naturally found in each species. It is recommended that large samples of the species be viewed in a timber flooring showroom when deciding on the species for a new timber floor.

Grey Ironbark

Ironbark produces a stunning array of timber hues from pale brown to dark chocolate brown as well as dark red. The grain is usually interlocked, with a moderately coarse texture.

Physical Properties
Dry Density: 1090 kg/m³
Janka Dry Hardness: 14 kN

The Janka rating is the hardness level given to each species. The higher the number, the greater the hardness.

The natural colour variation within a timber species is normal and one of its most appealing attributes. The species samples shown here are indicative only and do not necessarily show the colour variation that can be naturally found in each species. It is recommended that large samples of the species be viewed in a timber flooring showroom when deciding on the species for a new timber floor.

Jarrah

Jarrah is 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.

Physical Properties
Dry Density: 820 kg/m³
Janka Dry Hardness: 8.5 kN

The Janka rating is the hardness level given to each species. The higher the number, the greater the hardness.

The natural colour variation within a timber species is normal and one of its most appealing attributes. The species samples shown here are indicative only and do not necessarily show the colour variation that can be naturally found in each species. It is recommended that large samples of the species be viewed in a timber flooring showroom when deciding on the species for a new timber floor.

Karri

Karri is a lively red with overtones from pale pink to rich reddish brown. Karri’s high density and hardwearing qualities make it highly sought after by architects.

Physical Properties
Dry Density: 900 kg/m³
Janka Dry Hardness: 9 kN

The Janka rating is the hardness level given to each species. The higher the number, the greater the hardness.

The natural colour variation within a timber species is normal and one of its most appealing attributes. The species samples shown here are indicative only and do not necessarily show the colour variation that can be naturally found in each species. It is recommended that large samples of the species be viewed in a timber flooring showroom when deciding on the species for a new timber floor.

Messmate

Messmate is a well-known hardwood species that has been used in a variety of applications for decades. It varies in colour from pale browns through to light yellows with subtle hints of peach. It is a species that is rich in detail with an even texture and beautiful growth rings.

Physical Properties
Dry Density: 780 kg/m³
Janka Dry Hardness: 7.1 kN

The Janka rating is the hardness level given to each species. The higher the number, the greater the hardness.

The natural colour variation within a timber species is normal and one of its most appealing attributes. The species samples shown here are indicative only and do not necessarily show the colour variation that can be naturally found in each species. It is recommended that large samples of the species be viewed in a timber flooring showroom when deciding on the species for a new timber floor.

Red Ironbark

Red Ironbark is extremely hard. Its colour varies from pale to rich reds as well as browns. The grain is usually interlocked, with a moderately coarse texture.

Physical Properties
Dry Density: 1090 kg/m³
Janka Dry Hardness: 13 kN

The Janka rating is the hardness level given to each species. The higher the number, the greater the hardness.

The natural colour variation within a timber species is normal and one of its most appealing attributes. The species samples shown here are indicative only and do not necessarily show the colour variation that can be naturally found in each species. It is recommended that large samples of the species be viewed in a timber flooring showroom when deciding on the species for a new timber floor.

Red Mahogany

Red Mahogany is an extremely dense hardwood species, with stunning pale to deep, dark red colouring. Its density and rare colouring have made it a prestigious timber species that is highly sought after. It is a species that lends itself well to good, consistent grading for a uniform look. Red Mahogany represents a good alternative to Jarrah which has become more difficult to source.

Physical Properties
Dry Density: 950 kg/m³
Janka Dry Hardness: 12 kN

The Janka rating is the hardness level given to each species. The higher the number, the greater the hardness.

The natural colour variation within a timber species is normal and one of its most appealing attributes. The species samples shown here are indicative only and do not necessarily show the colour variation that can be naturally found in each species. It is recommended that large samples of the species be viewed in a timber flooring showroom when deciding on the species for a new timber

Spotted Gum

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 greybrowns and soft creams to a rich chocolate brown. A very tough timber, its frequent wavy grain can produce an attractive and highly valued fiddleback effect.

Physical Properties
Dry Density: 950 kg/m³
Janka Dry Hardness: 11 kN

The Janka rating is the hardness level given to each species. The higher the number, the greater the hardness.

The natural colour variation within a timber species is normal and one of its most appealing attributes. The species samples shown here are indicative only and do not necessarily show the colour variation that can be naturally found in each species. It is recommended that large samples of the species be viewed in a timber flooring showroom when deciding on the species for a new timber floor.

Stingybark

Stringybark is a blend of eucalyptus varieties native to various areas of New South Wales. The texture of Stringybark is moderately fine and even with a straight grain. It is a light coloured blend ranging from pale yellow through to golden hues and light browns.

Physical Properties
Dry Density: 750 kg/m³
Janka Dry Hardness: 8 kN

The Janka rating is the hardness level given to each species. The higher the number, the greater the hardness.

The natural colour variation within a timber species is normal and one of its most appealing attributes. The species samples shown here are indicative only and do not necessarily show the colour variation that can be naturally found in each species. It is recommended that large samples of the species be viewed in a timber flooring showroom when deciding on the species for a new timber floor.

Sydney Blue Gum

Sydney Blue Gum is a well-known timber found on the east coast of Australia. It has a straight grain that is sometimes interlocked. Its distinctive colour varies from soft pinks to dark pinks and red browns.

Physical Properties
Dry Density: 850 kg/m³
Janka Hardness: 9.0 kN

The Janka rating is the hardness level given to each species. The higher the number, the greater the hardness.

The natural colour variation within a timber species is normal and one of its most appealing attributes. The species samples shown here are indicative only and do not necessarily show the colour variation that can be naturally found in each species. It is recommended that large samples of the species be viewed in a timber flooring showroom when deciding on the species for a new timber floor.

Tallowwood

Tallowwood is a prestigious timber that is sought after by architects. It is an exceptionally durable hardwood species with unique colour and grain structure. It is predominately yellowish brown with a tinge of olive green and beautiful growth rings.

Physical Properties
Dry Density: 990 kg/m³
Janka Dry Hardness: 8.6 kN

The Janka rating is the hardness level given to each species. The higher the number, the greater the hardness.

The natural colour variation within a timber species is normal and one of its most appealing attributes. The species samples shown here are indicative only and do not necessarily show the colour variation that can be naturally found in each species. It is recommended that large samples of the species be viewed in a timber flooring showroom when deciding on the species for a new timber floor.

Tasmanian Oak

Tasmanian Oak is a combination of three Eucalypt species commonly found in Tasmania. Together they produce a blend of beautiful colouring from pale cream to pink and reddish-brown. Tasmanian Oak logs are quarter sawn to produce an extremely straight and even grain.

Physical Properties
Dry Density: 620 to 780 kg/m³
Janka Dry Hardness: 5.5 kN

The Janka rating is the hardness level given to each species. The higher the number, the greater the hardness.

The natural colour variation within a timber species is normal and one of its most appealing attributes. The species samples shown here are indicative only and do not necessarily show the colour variation that can be naturally found in each species. It is recommended that large samples of the species be viewed in a timber flooring showroom when deciding on the species for a new timber floor.

Turpentine

Turpentine is a highly durable hardwood species that is commonly grown in New South Wales and southern Queensland. In colour, it varies from pale to dark reddishbrown through to deep chocolate brown. It has a straight grain and coarse but even texture.

Physical Properties

  • Dry Density: 930 kg/m³
  • Janka Dry Hardness: 12 kN
  • The Janka rating is the hardness level given to each species. The higher the number, the greater the hardness.

The natural colour variation within a timber species is normal and one of its most appealing attributes. The species samples shown here are indicative only and do not necessarily show the colour variation that can be naturally found in each species. It is recommended that large samples of the species be viewed in a timber flooring showroom when deciding on the species for a new timber floor.