(EUCALYPTUS REGNANS, EUCALYPTUS DELEGATENSIS, EUCALYPTUS OBLIQUE)
Tasmanian Oak, a mix of three almost identical species of eucalypt hardwoods, derives from the mountain areas and various plantations throughout Tasmania. The timber, when sourced from Victoria, is referred to as Victorian Ash.
Tasmanian Oak is light in colour, varying from pale straw to yellow-browns, with intermediate shades of cream to pale pink. The timber has a predominantly straight and even grain, with a texture that is uniform and fairly coarse.
Janka Rating 5.5
Slimwood Solid Overlay