FEATURE HARDWOOD TIMBER Back to Timber

  • Blackbutt decking
    Blackbutt decking and pergola.
  • Blackbutt decking
    Blackbutt decking 86x19. Neil Williams and sons builders
  • Blackbutt pergola
    Blackbutt pergola.
  • blackbutt cladding
    Dark stained blackbutt cladding and feature work.
  • Blackbutt timber
    Blackbutt timber. Cracker jack restaurant.
  • Spotted gum timber
    Spotted gum.
  • Spotted gum
    Spotted gum.
  • Spotted gum timber
    Spotted gum.
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Spotted Gum

This is one of Australia's most sought after timber species - and with good reason!

Why choose Spotted Gum?

Durable and strong

- Fire resistant, suitable for use in Bal 19/29 areas

- Colours range from deep chocolate browns, stunning blonde tones to rich reds

- Logged in accordance with all Australian forestry standards (eco friendly)

Ironbark

This species is known as the king of Australian hardwoods. As a rule, its predominate tone is red.

Why choose Ironbark?

- Hard wearing, durable and fire resistant (suitable for use in Bal 19/29 areas)

- Colour ranges from dark rich red, light pinks to light greys and coffee browns

- Logged in accordance with all Australian forestry standards (eco friendly)

Merbau

This is a South East Asian timber that has been used widely in Australia for decades.

Why choose Merbau?

Stable, strong and fire resistant (suitable for use in Bal 19/29 areas)

- Sustainably harvested according to chain of custody practices and is forestry certified

- Fairly even colour range, from deep dark red to reddish brown

Blackbutt

Blackbutt is highly sought after for its strength, versatility and beautiful honey tones.

Why choose Blackbutt?

- Durable and hard wearing

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

- Colours range from light creamy blondes to darker honey browns

- Striking grain patterns

- Logged in accordance with all Australian Forestry Standards (eco friendly)

Features of Hardwood

Big and bold Australian and international hardwoods make a powerful visual statement. Their beautiful colours and widely varying grain can be oiled to highlight natural features or left to weather naturally to a lovely silver tone.

Excellent for use in bushfire prone areas, Feature Hardwoods are available in a large range of sizes up to 300 x 300 and lengths up to 6.3 metres.

Applications

  • Decking, pergolas and flooring
  • Solid and outdoor timber features
  • Staircases and handrails

“We chose Everist Timber to supply the redevelopment of the Mornington Race Club as they were able to plan and guarantee delivery exactly when we wanted it”

Jarrod Oakley, ParaconGroup

“The timber was top quality and competitively priced. We’re looking forward to working with Everist Timber on our next project.”

Jarrod Oakley, ParaconGroup