Timber Species

All of Langley’s Timber’s Hardwood resource is harvested in Northern New South Wales.
Our furniture and joinery timbers comprise of 3 main commercial species and a range of other timbers that are accessible in smaller quantities.


Coastal Blackbutt Coastal Blackbutt (Eucalyptus Pilularis)
Colour ranges from golden yellow through to pale brown. Susceptible to gum vein.
Coastal Blackbutt Tree
Spotted Gum Spotted Gum (Corymbia Maculata)
Colour range is quite broad from very pale brown through to very dark brown. Grain is often interlocked and quite distinctively wavy.
Spotted Gum Tree
Sydney Blue Gum Sydney Bluegum (Eucalyptus Saligna)
Colour range from medium to dark pink to reddish brown. Straight grain with a moderately coarse texture. Susceptible to gum vein.
Sydney Blue Gum Tree


Grey Ironbark Grey Ironbark (Eucalyptus Paniculata)
Colour range from light grey to light chocolate with some darker reds and browns sometimes occurring. Very durable and hard with a moderately coarse and even texture.
Grey Ironbark Tree
Yellow Stringybark Yellow Stringybark (Eucalyptus Muellerana)
Colour is yellowish brown with a pinkish tinge. A medium and even texture with grain often interlocked. Resembles Blackbutt in colour and texture.
Yellow Stringybark Tree
Tallowwood Tallowwood (Eucalyptus Microcorys)
Colour is greyish/yellow in colour with tinges of olive green. Very hard and durable timber and fairly close grained.
Tallowwood Tree
Brush Box Brushbox (Lophostemon Confertus)
Colour ranges from rich reddish browns through to lighter browns and pinkish greys. Fine and even texture with a characteristic interlocking grain.
Brush Box Tree
Rosegum Rosegum (Eucalyptus Grandis)
Colour pink to pale red brown. Straight grain with an even and coarse texture.
Rosegum Tree
Redgum Forest Redgum (Eucalyptus Teritacornis)
Colour is red varying from medium to dark red. Moderately coarse but even textured wood. The grain is often interlocked.
Redgum Tree