|Scientific Name:||Eucalyptus paniculata|
Ironbark is a popular and readily available Australian hardwood that is known for its colour and long-term performance.
One of the distinctive Australian eucalypts, Ironbark trees grow between 30-50m and have a trunk diameter of 1.5m. It can be recognised by its tough and coarse bark that has deep grooves and edges with a dark brown to black colour.
Ironbark has been a primary building material in Australia for over a century due to its strength and durability and continues to pay a significant role in infrastructure, commercial and residential projects.
Where is Ironbark Grown?
Ironbark is grown is north central Victoria, the inland slopes of New South Wales and sparingly in the coastal districts of Queensland, Victoria and New South Wales. It is readily sourced across Australia.
All pictures shown are of real timber samples of the selected species. Each sample was coated with 2 coats of CUTEK® Extreme CD50 (including Colourtone) at single or double strength. The timber sample picture labelled “CLEAR” has been included to show the original colour of the timber for your ease of reference.
Colourtone swatches are shown below in groups of Brown Hues, Red Hues, Yellow Hues and White/Black Hues.
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