Species Print E-mail
Click on the trading name of a timber species to view species information or use the species list under the Resources menu to the left.

Alpine AshJarrahRiver Red Gum
BelianKarriRose Gum
Blackbutt KempasShining Gum
Broad-leaved Red IronbarkKwilaSilvertop Ash
BrownbarrelLight Red MerantiSilvertop Stringybark
Brush BoxManna GumSlash Pine
Bunya PineMerbauSouthern Blue Gum
Coast AshMessmateSpotted Gum
Coast Grey BoxMountain AshSydney Blue Gum
Crows AshMountain Grey GumTallowwood
CypressMountain GumTasmanian Blue Gum
Dark Red MerantiNarrow-leaved Red IronbarkTasmanian Oak
Douglas FirNew England Blackbutt Turpentine
Flooded GumOregonVictorian Ash
Forest Red GumRadiata PineWestern Red Cedar
Grey BoxRed BloodwoodWhite Mahogany
Grey GumRed Cedar White Stringybark
Grey IronbarkRed IronbarkWoollybutt
Hoop PineRed MahoganyYellow Stringybark


Timber Information Bulletin 4
(PDF, 0.1 MB)
Australian Timber Importers Federation
Oregon (Douglas Fir)
Timber Users Guide 3 - Imported Timber Species
(PDF, 0.2 MB)
Australian Timber Importers Federation
Douglas Fir, Radiata Pine, Western Red Cedar, Meranti, Yellow Cedar
Timber Users Guide 3.1 - Imported Timber Species
(PDF, 0.2 MB)
Australian Timber Importers Federation
Douglas Fir
Timber Users Guide 3.2 - Imported Timber Species
(PDF, 0.1 MB)
Australian Timber Importers Federation
Cedars from North America: Western Red Cedar, Port-Orford Cedar, Incense Cedar, Alaska Cedar
Timber Users Guide 3.3 - Imported Timber Species
(PDF, 0.1 MB)
Australian Timber Importers Federation
Plantation Pines: Radiata Pine, Caribbean Pine
Timber Users Guide 3.4 - Imported Timber Species
(PDF, 0.1 MB)
Australian Timber Importers Federation
Meranti / Philippine Mahogany
Timber Users Guide 3.5 - Imported Timber Species
(PDF, 0.1 MB)
Australian Timber Importers Federation
Balau, Belian, Merbau, Northern Box
Timber Users Guide 3.6 - Imported Timber Species
(PDF, 0.1 MB)
Australian Timber Importers Federation
Kapur, Kempas, Keruing, Taun
Timber Users Guide 3.7 - Imported Timber Species
(PDF, 0.1 MB)
Australian Timber Importers Federation
Durian, East Indian Kauri, Nyatoh, Ramin, Teak
Timber Users Guide 3.8 - Imported Timber Species
(PDF, 0.1 MB)
Australian Timber Importers Federation
American White Oak, American Mahogony, Baltic Pine, European Beech, Rock Maple
Timber Users Guide 3.9 - Imported Timber Species
(PDF, 0.1 MB)
Australian Timber Importers Federation
Softwood from the West coast of North America: Western Hemlock, Amballis Fir, Sitka Spruce, Spruce-Pine-Fir
American Hardwood Council
The Hardwood Council is a coalition of timber Associations formed to promote the use of North American hardwood. It contains a very good species guide of their 20 most common timbers as well as providing usage tips, product information and details about sustainable forestry.
Australian and Exotic Hardwood and Softwood Advice
Queensland Department of Primary Industry and Fisheries
Australian Hardwood Network
Home of the Australian Hardwood and Cypress Manual.
Australian Timber Industry Certification
ATIC operates independent third party quality certification schemes for the Australian timber industry.

The ATIC quality mark identifies timber products that are certified to comply with recognized standards and specifications.
Tasmanian Timber Species
Tasmanian Timber Promotion Board
This Tasmanian Government website contains a vast amount of information about timber native to this state and reveals its structural and decorative benefits. There is also a comprehensive visual reference guide for all Tasmanian species, incorporating downloadable PDF images and local suppliers of these species.
 
Advertisement

Advertisement

Advertisement