Blackbutt is sourced from the coastal ranges and tablelands of northern New South Wales and southern Queensland. The colour ranges from pale browns to straw blondes and slight pink tinges, with gum veins being a common feature.
A very popular species for flooring Grows on the east coast from New South Wales to Maryborough in Queensland. Colours range from pale to dark brown. Grain pattern is variable and wavy with gum veins common.
Sourced from the southern island state of Tasmania, Tasmanian Oak is light coloured ranging from straw to light reddish brown. Grain pattern is relatively straight with occasional interlocking of grain and gum veins.
Jarrah is grown exclusively in the south west corner of Western Australia. Colours vary from dark red-brown to pinks and even pale yellow. Grain pattern is fairly straight with an interlocked grain.