Tasmanian Oak


The name Tasmanian Oak is used to describe three species of Eucalypt commonly found in Tasmania, the island state to the south of mainland Australia. E. Regnans, E. Obliqua, and E. Delegatensis together produce a blend of coloring from pale cream to pink and reddish brown. Tasmanian Oak logs are cut on the quartersawn to produce an extremely straight and even grain. This quartersawing also gives excellent dimensional stability, making Tasmanian Oak an ideal choice for extreme climates or over radiant heat.


Information is courtesy of Boral Timber