Tallowwood



A native Australian Hardwood, Tallowwood, is known for being extremely hard, durable and suitable for a wide variety of applications. Tallowwood timber features a moderately coarse textured wood, with the grain being typically interlocked and free of gum veins. The Heartwood of this timber can vary from pale to dark yellow-brown in colour. Tallowwood timber, although it is very hard is easy to work and responds well to most paints, polishes and stains. It is also resistant to marine borers for up to 40 years and is resistant to termites.

Tallowwood is extremely versatile, historically being used for tool handles and mallet heads through to railway sleepers and wharfs and even outdoor furniture.






Timber Species



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American Walnut
American Rock Maple
American Ash
Blackbutt
Blackwood
Brush Box
Cypress Pine
European Beech
Forest Red Gum
Grey Box
grey Gum
Grey Ironbark
Jarrah
Karri
Merbau
Messmate
red Baltic Pine
Red Ironbark
Red River Gum
Red Mahogany
Rose/Flooded Gum
New Guinea Rosewood
Tallowwood
Turpentine
Victorian Ash
Silvertop Ash
Radiata Pine
Western Red Cedar
Yellow Stringybark
New England Blackbutt
White Baltic Pine
American White Oak
Spotted Gum
Sydney Blue Gum
Myrtle
Tasmanian Oak
Ironbark
Silvertop Stringybark
Rustic Blackbutt
Lakewood - Barley
Lakewood - Cashmere
Lakewood - Doeskin
Lakewood - Dove Grey
Lakewood - French Grey
Lakewood - Magnolia
Lakewood - Onyx Pearl
Lakewood - Oyster Grey
Lakewood - Shoji White
Lamwood 1402
Lamwood 1403
Lamwood 1405
Lamwood 1407
Lamwood 1406
Lamwood 1409
Lamwood 1414
Lamwood 1415
Linwood TMHF-3187
Linwood TMHF-3234
Linwood TMHF-3369
Linwood TMHF-3471
Linwood TMHF-3521
ArrowBamboo Torquay
ArrowBamboo Shiraz
ArrowBamboo Ebony
ArrowBamboo Eureka
ArrowBamboo Rococco Sands
ArrowBamboo Latte
ArrowBamboo Brown Wattle
ArrowBamboo Chardonnay
Wormy Chestnut
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