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Select the right Timber Floor for your situation


Solid Hardwood Timber Flooring

Solid hardwood timber is the most natural timber straight from the original tree wood. Mostly used in modern or luxury houses, hotels and commercial projects, solid timber floors are the choice of architectural and design aware clients who want a classic and timeless look.

 Typical sizes include:

-60x19mm (Select/Standard/Feature Grade)

-80x19mm (Select/Standard/Feature Grade)

-130x19mm (Select/Standard/Feature Grade)

-180x21mm (Select/Prestige/RusticGrade)

-210x23mm (Select/Prestige/RusticGrade)

-270x32mm (Rustic Grade only)


Common Specie:

Blackbutt, blue gum, Brush box, Cherry mahogany, Grey iron bark, New England Blackbutt, Red Gum, Red Iron Bark, Spotted Gum, Tallowwood, Flooded Gum, Pearl Mahogany, Northern beech, Turpentine, White Mahogany, White Stringybark etc


Engineered Timber Flooring


Engineered timber flooring is designed to be installed quickly and with minimum disruption to your home and family, making them increasingly popular. Also called 'floating flooring' it can be laid onto any hard level surface such as concrete, chipboard, tiles or existing timber flooring. The decorative timber surface is adhered to two or more backing layers for strength and dimensional stability. Up to 75% less face timber is used than in solid floors, resulting in a very environmentally friendly finish. Floating floors are ideal for areas where height is a restriction. 

 Typical widths of plank

-133mm 1strip Jarrah, Brushbox, Red Mahogany, BlackButt, Spotted Gum, Blue Gum, Stringybark, Tasmanian Oak

-175mm 1strip Brushbox, Blackbutt, Blue Gum


Overlay Timber Flooring

Overlay flooring is designed to be laid directly over concrete, existing timber, plywood or particleboard flooring. As long as your old floor is clean, dry and flat, you can lay an overlay floor, so it's perfect for ground floor renovations over a concrete slab or second storey refurbishments where the carpet has been pulled up and the subfloor is still in place. It's recommended to leave the overlay flooring to acclimatise to its new environment for an appropriate time. Your new floor should then be professionally installed and only takes a short time to install, sand and finish. We work with AST, BORAL


Typical sizes include:

-80x12mm Blue Gum, Golden Oak, Rose Gum, Tallowwood

-85x13mm Australian Beech, Black Butt, Brush box, Flooded Gum/Rose Gum, Forest Reds, Iron Bark, Jarrah, Messmate, New England Oak, Red Mahogany, Spotted Gum, StringyBark, Sydney Blue Gum, Tallowwood, Tasmanian Oak 

-80x14mm Blue Gum, Brushbox, Coastal Blackbutt, Copper Cherry, Golden Oak, Ironbark, Rose Gum, Tallowwood, Turpentine       



Parquetry is laid in single blocks. It usually comes in blocks, sizes 260x65x18, 260x65x19,

Sometimes there are different sizes available.

As they are small block it allows them to be laid in a large number of designs.


-260x65x18mm Australian Beech, Black Butt, Blue Gum, Brushbox, Ironbark, Spotted Gum, Tallowwood, Turpentine, New England Oak, Jarrah, Tasmanian Oak, Black Butt, Blue Gum, Spotted Gum


-260x65x19mm Blue Gum, Brushbox, Coastal Black Butt, Golden Oak, Ironbark, Pearl Beech


Laminate Floors

Laminate floor are a fast and economical alternative to timber flooring. Today's laminate flooring is not only durable it is also scuff, stain, scratch and burn resistant giving you the peace of mind that no other floor can provide. 


-1210x195x8, 3mm Bach, Red Teak, American Oak


-1200x197x8, 2mm Golden Oak, Teak, Walnut


-1212x140x12, 3mm Spotted Gum, Brush box, Jarrah, Blackbutt, Oak Smoky, Stringy Bark


Bamboo Floors

Popular for their versatility, strength and sustainability, Bamboo is available in 3 different colours, Natural, Coffee and Jacobean (Dark Chocolate). Bamboo flooring is one of the hardest natural materials available for flooring and is an excellent alternative to hard wood flooring. Because bamboo is a rapid growing grass and not wood, it's a very environmentally friendly product for flooring.