Warm, light, and appealing interior timber
A versatile, resilient, and visually appealing timber, Tasmanian Oak is a generic name for a mixture of three nearly identical Australian eucalypts, grown primarily in Victoria and Tasmania.
Light in colour, with subtle accents of pink and brown, Tasmanian Oak has a straight, even texture, a small-pore open grain, and usually possesses visible growth rings and detailing. Predominantly quartersawn for enhanced stability, Tasmanian Oak is relatively easy to work with and has excellent staining properties. It is commonly used for interior applications such as flooring, panelling, joinery, architraves, and skirting boards.
Key properties of Tasmanian Oak:
- Dense and resilient
- Light colour tones and excellent staining properties
- Versatile timber for interior use
AttributesSustainably Sourced Naturally Stable Dense, Resilient Timber
Tasmanian Oak Information Sheet