Blackbutt. [Euc., Pilularis ] Coastal Blackbutt
Staircase, joinery, flooring, decking, benchtops
Reasonable volume for PEFC certified [mainly F27], virtually all harvested under the guidance of AS4708.
Coastal Blackbutt is a popular species growing widely in the coastal areas from South-East Queensland to southern New South Wales. A long-standing timber in the bridge and house construction industries it enjoys renewed popularity in the flooring, decking and joinery markets
A higher density hardwood at approximately 900kg/m3, Blackbutt is a reasonably uniform light brown in colour, easy to work and durable
Kiln dry flooring and decking are always in demand. Kiln dry boards for joinery and staircase work are generally available in 150/200×25 150-300×38 150-300×50 though there may be delays in availability of the wider boards
Brisbane, Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast, New South Wales north, mid and central coast, Newcastle, Sydney, Wollongong, Southern Highlands, Melbourne.