Brushbox Flooring

A large hardwood that grows on the edge of the rainforests from the central coast of New South Wales to Bowen, Queensland.

Usually brown in colour. Texture fine and even. Grain usually interlocked to varying degrees.

Botanical Name Lophostemon Confertus
Colour Warms
Grades
Natural/Australiana/Classic
Janka Rating
9.5
Natural Durability
Class 3
Density (Dry)
900kg/m³
Weight per m²
19.47kg
Length
Random Lengths of 0.75m~6m
Dimensions (mm)
85×19, 130×19, 180×20.5

Description

Brushbox is beautiful timber sought-after for its unique characteristics and aesthetic appeal. The timber has a close and even grain, giving it a very smooth finish.

The colours range from pink-browns to red-browns, often with hues of grey.

Normally used for flooring, cladding, panelling and bridge decking.