Jarrah [Euc., Marginata]
One Australian timber known worldwide. Used initially (and still to a limited degree)Â in applications such as house frames, bridging timber, street paving and mine props, today Jarrah enjoys a reputation as a fine timber in furniture, flooring, decking and joinery and bench tops.
Jarrah grows only in the Southwestern corner of Western Australia.Â It varies in colour from light pink to a reddish brown.
Air-dry density is approximately 820kg/m3. Sawn sizes most readily available are 100×25 150×25 200×25, 100×38 150×38 200×38, 100×50 150×50 200×50
Brisbane, Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast, New South Wales north, mid and central coast, Newcastle, Sydney, Wollongong, Southern Highlands, Melbourne.