Blackbutt is one of the most common species of hardwood commercially available from the coastal forests of NSW. It grows in the coastal forests of NSW from Bega on the south coast up to Maryborough in Queensland. The timber has a colour ranging from a golden yellow through to pale browns and also light Blonde boards. The colour range is subtle and is excellent where the colour requirement is light and neutral. The sapwood is distinctly lighter than the heartwood.
Heartwood class 1 durability above ground, Termite Resistant and Janka hardness of 9.1