- Color: often mid brown with light sapwood
- Lokks and Features: Backsawn grain, Fiddleback, Distinctive sapwood, gum veins
- size: with from 180, 130, 85and 80mm thinckness: 19, 14 and 12mm
- Janka Rating: 11
solid timber – NSW Spotted Gum
Our most popular species. Its warmth of colour varies from pale grey browns and soft creams to richer browns. Its appeal lies in the colour variation and its high hardness level. This floor can take the knocks of everyday living without going out of style. The word ‘spotted’ refers to the soft mottled colour caused by weathering as it sheds elliptical strips of bark. Spotted Gum hardwood is commonly found along the east coast of Australia from the Victoria-New South Wales border to the Maryborough district in Queensland.