Forest Reds consist of two major hardwood species, Forest Red Gum (Eucalyptus tereticornis) and Red Iron Bark (Eucalyptus crebra). The glorious colours of forest reds range from rich reddish browns to soft salmon pinks. Texture is medium to even. Its renowned strength ensures that its beauty will last a lifetime.
Spotted Gum (Corymbia maculata) is a very common species. The glorious colours of spotted gum flooring range from very pale browns through to very dark browns, with some samples having a slightly orange tint in the lighter variations. The grain is interlocked and generally features a wavy type figure which creates a quite distinctive look.
Blackbutt (Eucalyptus pilularis) is a common hardwood species commercially available. It is a tall tree reaching a height of up to 75 metres. The timber has a subtle colour, ranging from golden yellow through to pale browns. The sapwood is distinctly lighter than the heartwood.
Ironbark (Eucalyptus siderophloia) is a very characteristic group. The timber is very heavy, hard and compact. The fibres are seen to be compact and closely compressed. The heartwood of Ironbark ranges from light grey or light chocolate with some darker reds and browns occurring. The sapwood is slightly lighter in colour.
Mixed hardwoods consists of an assortment of species including Spotted Gum, Forest Reds, Ironbark, White and Yellow Stringy Bark. Mixed Hardwoods exhibit a variant range of colours, from the pale browns of spotted gum through to the vibrant reds and soft salmon pinks of forest reds and the very distinctive dark browns of ironbark.