Timber Species


A J Flooring provides a wide range of high-quality Australian woods, including:

Australian Beech

Australian Beech

A robust tree is grown mainly in Tasmania and eastern Victoria; the Australian Beech produces beautiful hardwood in a variety of pale blonde colours. Australian Beech has a Janka hardness rating of 7.5 and has a lovely finish when polished.

Alpine Ash

Alpine Ash

Alpine Ash, also known as Australian Oak, Tasmanian Oak or Victorian Ash, is a species of Eucalyptus grown in Tasmania. Its timber is typically pale to light brown in appearance, sometimes appearing slightly pink.

Baltic Pine

Baltic Pine

Pine is a popular softwood that grows naturally in the north, east, and central Europe and has been used in construction for hundreds of years. The sapwood is a pale yellow-white while the heartwood tends towards a reddish-brown colour.

Blackbutt

Blackbutt

Blackbutt is a type of Eucalyptus and an important Australian hardwood. Not only does it grow quickly, create high-quality timber, and beautiful floors, but Koalas also love it! Its colour ranges from a paler brown through to cream, and it has a Janka hardness rating of 6.3.

Cypress Pine

Cypress Pine

The Cypress Pine is a softwood native to Australasia commonly found in Victoria, New South Wales, and Queensland. The wood ranges from light yellow to brown and often contains a high number of tight knots, which gives it a very distinctive appearance.

Grey Iron Bark

Grey Iron Bark

Grey Ironbark is a native Australian hardwood that is especially dense, strong, and durable. It has a tight grain and varies in colour from reddish-brown through to the distinctive deep dark brown of the heartwood.

Jarrah

Jarrah

Jarrah is a unique and distinctive hardwood grown in south-western Australia. The heartwood has a distinctive deep red-brown colour, while the sapwood is a lighter blend of yellow and orange.

Kauri Pine

Kauri Pine

Kauri Pine, also known as Queensland Kauri Pine, is a native softwood that typically provides a pale, creamy finish that can sometimes approach a pink-brown.

Mixed Species

Mixed Species

Who says you need to use just one wood in your floor? We are skilled at matching multiple species to create a floor that has a beautiful variety of shades and colours.

Satinash

Satinash

Satinash is an Australian hardwood that provides a finish that ranges from pale grey through to yellow and red browns. It is grown in New South Wales and Queensland and is durable.

Spotted Gum

Spotted Gum

Strong and durable, Spotted Gum is ideal for your wood floor. A hardwood native to Australia, Spotted Gum heartwood ranges from light brown to a beautiful red-brown.

Sydney Blue Gum

Sydney Blue Gum

Another native hardwood, Sydney Blue Gum is highly popular and used in a wide array of applications, including flooring. The heartwood is often reddish-brown but can also come in a darker pink colour.

Tallowood

Tallowood

Tallowood heartwood ranges from a paler yellow through to a deep yellow-brown. This Australian hardwood is tough and strong, which makes it an excellent choice for flooring in high-traffic areas. The warmth of the deeper yellow browns gives it a distinctive premium look.

Tasmanian Oak

Tasmanian Oak

Also known as Alpine Ash (see above), Tasmanian oak is a premium hardwood that ranges from pale to light brown.

Turpentine

Turpentine

This deep red-brown hardwood is native to Australia, growing in both New South Wales and North Queensland. This is an extremely durable timber, often used in dance floors and in other high-traffic areas, as well as in boatbuilding and construction.

Why A J Flooring?


We pride ourselves on delivering excellent levels of service in every job we do. The wide range of timber species we work with is matched only by our levels of professionalism and expertise:

  • We use Australian-grown timber from a naturally sustainable source
  • We have more than 36 years’ experience within the timber and flooring industry
  • Family-owned and operated with a reputation for reliability and quality

Thinking of upgrading your flooring? We can help. Contact A J Flooring today on (02) 98736 118 or contact us online.