AUSTRALIAN HARDWOODS CLADDING Back to Timber Cladding

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    Iron Bark shiplap
  • Australian Hardwood Cladding
    Iron Bark Shiplap
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    Spotted gum cladding
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    Weathered Silvertop ash
  • Australian Hardwood Cladding in Melbourne
    Weathered Silvertop ash
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    Vertical spotted gum shiplap cladding
  • Hardwood Cladding Melbourne
    Spotted gum shiplap cladding
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    Horizontal spotted gum shiplap cladding (weathered)
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Spotted Gum

This premium timber species is one of the most sought after in Australia. It is the ideal external cladding material.

Why choose Spotted Gum?

- High degree of natural durability and strength

- Beautiful range of colours varying from light coffee colours to rich chocolate browns with pink and grey tones

- Class 1 above ground durability

- Fire resistant, appropriate for use in most bushfire prone areas

- Logged in accordance with all Australian forestry standards

- Available in sizes from 75 - 120 x 19mm

Ironbark

Known as the king of Australian hardwoods, ironbark is a high quality timber that has been used for decades.

Why choose Ironbark?

- Resistant to boring insects and termites

- Fire resistant timber, appropriate for use in most bushfire prone areas

- Beautiful range of colours varying from light pinks and deep reds to creams and grey browns. Its predominant tone is red

- Class 1 above ground durability

- Logged in accordance with all Australian forestry standards

- Available in sizes from 75 - 120 x 19mm

Silvertop Ash

One of the main distinguishing features of silvertop ash cladding is ring growths, gum veins and pencil markings.

Why choose Silvertop Ash?

- Fire resistance (suitable for use in bushfire prone areas)

- Consistent colour, predominantly light honey brown with pinkish tones Brown 

- Available in 80, 110, 120 x 19mm

- Class 2 above ground durability

- Logged in accordance with all Australian Forestry Standards

Blackbutt

The quick growth and versatility of blackbutt ensure that there is never a shortage of cladding to go around.

Why choose Blackbutt?

- Even colouring, predominantly rich honey browns to light creams

- Class 1 above ground durability

- Available in sizes from 75 - 120 x 19mm

- Resistant to attack by boring insects

- Fire resistance (suitable for use in bushfire prone areas)

Features of Australian Hardwoods

With profiles to suit different requirements, cladding can be installed vertically, horizontally or at an angle. Profiles include: shiplap, VJ and solid cladding with a pencil roundedge.

It brings a natural warmth to any exterior surface, whether as an individual feature or an entire facade.

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