Uses:  Spotted Gum is very popular for flooring and decking, boat building (keel and framing components, planking, decking), coach, vehicle and carriage building. Its level of hardness makes Spotted Gum popular for commercial applications such as gymnasiums and basketball courts. The timber has a natural resistance to termites and will readily accept paint, stain and polish. It is often used for sporting goods (baseball bats, croquet mallets, spring and diving boards, parallel bars) and bent work.

Appearance:  The heartwood colour range is quite broad from very pale browns through to very dark browns. Our full fleet of delivery vehicles and professional crane delivery service ensures you receive your order promptly. It is naturally fire resistant and meets the required parameters under Australian Standard AS395 as a timber that does not have to be subjected to fire retardant treatment, making Spotted Gum a popular choice as an outdoor decking timber. It has been used for many years to make butcher’s blocks, meat skewers, mallet heads, ladders, wheel spokes, wine casks and broom handles.

The tree sheds elliptical strips of bark as it weathers and the resultant mottled or spotted appearance lends itself to its common name.

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