Something Different: Wood from Australia - West Wind Hardwood
banksia nut

These woods are native to Australia and to us here in North America, it’s a special treat to have such species available. Contact us for pricing and more info about these woods!

Acacia Mulga

acacia mulga

Acacia Snakewood

acacia snakewood

Red Morrel

red morrel

red morrel

Banksia Nuts

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Birdseye Jarrah

birdseye Jarrah

Black Fleck Jarrah

black fleck jarrah

Black Wood

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Curly Jarrah

curly jarrah

Flooded Gum

flooded gum

Green Stone Mallee Burl

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##Wood Line Mallee

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Western Myall

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Wadjil

wadjil

Tuart

tuart

Sheoak

sheoak

Salmon Gum

salmon gum planks

Salmon Gum Burl

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Red Wood

red wood

Marri Slab

marri slab

Marri Flame (Curly)

marri flame

Mallee Root

mallee root blocks

Lace Sheoak

lace sheoak

Kurara

Kurara

Jarrah Burl

jarrah burl

Inceana

Inceana

7 Comments

  1. Hi Shelley
    Your article on Aussie woods is great!
    Here some more types – these woods are renouned to be very hard and long lasting .
    BLACKBUTT.
    BRUSHBOX.
    CHERRY MAHOGANY.
    GREY BOX.
    GREY GUM.
    GREY IRONBARK.
    JARRAH.
    RED IRONBARK.

    I look forward to your newsletter.

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