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DECKING TIMBER

We supply a wide range of Decking timber. Imported or Australian Native species, we can supply at the most competitive rate. We are also resellers of TREX Composite Decking.

 

For more information or quote, simply e-mail us at info@deckingwood.com.au 

07 3172 2330

Call us! 0433 747 610

Our Decking Options Include;

COMPOSITE, HARDWOOD, PRE-PRIMED PINE, RARE SPECIES HARDWOOD

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COMPOSITE DECKING

MODWOOD - MADE AND OWNED AUSTRALIAN

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TIMBER DECKING SPECIES

MERBAU

SPOTTED GUM

PACIFIC JARRAH

Most Popular Imported Hardwood

Available in 70x19, 90x19 & 140x19

Merbau (Kwila) is a hardwood ideally suited to the manufacture of outdoor furniture and decking. Not only does it have a beautiful grain and appearance, it is regarded as one of the world’s most durable timbers. An abundance of natural oil in the wood ensures your outdoor setting looks good, is easy to maintain and lasts for many years in all conditions!

Most popular Australian Hardwood

Available in 86x19 & 136X19

Spotted gum is a large native hardwood that is grown in a variety of forest types along the NSW coastal strip into Queensland. The word “spotted” refers to large spot like features that form on the tree as it sheds its bark in strips.

Known for its Fine Grains & Looks

Available in 90x19 & 140x19

One of the many great species we supply is Pacific Jarrah. It is a beautiful deep red colour and is a durable species which makes it ideal for decking, giving it the ability to last for decades if cared for correctly. It is similar in colour to Merbau but the good thing about Pacific Jarrah is that it doesn’t bleed out and leave stains on your tiles or concrete like Merbau does.

YELLOW BALAU

IRONBARK

BLACKBUTT

Lighter Shade Hardwood

Available in 90x19

Yellow BALAU, commonly called BATU, is a quality timber suited to decking applications, sourced from Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines. What is known, as batu is in fact a combination of numerous species, among them; albida, glauca, laevifolia

Known for its Hardness

Available in 86x19 & 136X19

Grey ironbark is a premium native Australian hardwood with a wide range of applications from industrial construction to house framing, flooring, and sporting goods. It is a particularly hard, strong and durable timber, with a broad range of applications, due to its resistance to lyctid borers and termites.

Lighter Color Aussie Hardwood

Available in 86x19 & 136X19

The common name Blackbutt came about due to the tree's appearance after a bushfire, whereby the buttress - or butt - was significantly darkened. It is also known as coastal Blackbutt to distinguish it from the tableland species, New England Blackbutt.

SYDNEY BLUE GUM

HEAVY HOPEA

NORTHERN BOX / RED

Janka Hardness 9.0kN - Value for $

Available in 90x19 & 140x19

Sydney blue gum is an Australian native hardwood timber species that is widely used in general construction and for decking, furniture, and joinery.

 

Sydney blue gum is a large hardwood species growing to a height of 60 meters or more. It occurs natively in forests along the coast of New South Wales and southern Queensland. Sydney Blue Gum is also extensively grown as a plantation species in South Africa and South America, where rapid growth yields timber of much lower density than Australian material.

Imported Decking from Indonesia

Available in 90x19 

HEAVY HOPEA is a perfect timber for construction. It is a very dense, very strong product, with a high resistance to termites. Its fine texture and grain make. it easy to work with. Its natural durability and strength make it perfect for external applications.

 

The timber is easy to work with. Smooth surfaces can be readily obtained providing that cutting edges are kept sharp. Pre-boring recommended for nailing to avoid end splitting. Sands to a very fine finish and will take a good polish

Alternative for Merbau

Available in 90x19 

Northern Red Decking, also known as Peliwan or Northern Box is an imported decking board, which is very durable and hard wearing.   Natural colour variation within the species is normal and is one of its most appealing attributes.

OTHER AUSTRALIAN DESIGNER SPECIES HARDWOOD

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Cooktown Ironwood

 

Scientific:

 

Erythrophloeum chlorostachys

 

Description

 

Found in Far North Queensland Australia in an area known as Cape York Peninsula. It has a range of coloring, but tends to darken to a dark red as the wood oxidizes. It grows in the “dry country” and even when green have very low moisture content making it extremely stable.

It has bright red heartwood and a medium even texture with interlocking grain making it extremely stable and durable.

 

Hardness (Janka) (kN)

  • 10 – 13kN

Red Tulip Oak

 

Scientific:

 

Argyrodendron peralatum, Argyrodendron actinophyllum ssp. actinophyllum, A. trifoliolatum.

 

A.K.A.

Blush Tulip Oak, Booyong, Crowsfoot Elm, Blackjack, Brown Tulip Pak, Highroot, Stavewood, Brown Crowsfoot Elm, Brown Oak, Hickory, Red Tulip Oak, Red Crowsfoot, Red Crowsfoot Elm

 

Description

 

Large hardwood found in North Queensland rainforests with a pink to red-brown heartwood and whitish sapwood. Often having a band of intermediate wood, which has a similar borer susceptibility to sapwood. Tulip Oak has a coarse, even texture.

Darwin Stringy Bark

 

Scientific:

 

Eucalyptus tetrodonta

 

Description

 

Sapwood pale yellow or white, fairly wide and not always clearly demarcated from the reddish-brown or pale red heartwood. Grain mainly straight. The figure is not prominent, and growth rings occasionally tending to distinct. The species is widely distributed through northern Australia from Queensland to Western Australia. It is one of the few hardwoods of the Northern Territory to grow to a useful millable size and is probably its main potential commercial hardwood species.