Grey Ironbark

Grey Ironbark offers a large variety of colour from dark chocolate to nutty honey with some dark reddish brown. Grey Ironbark has an interesting tight cathedral grain pattern. Recognised as one of the hardest hardwood flooring timbers available in the world, Grey Ironbark is an extremely hard wearing timber that makes it perfect for timber flooring in high traffic commercial and domestic situations. Grey Ironbark is a large size tree that grows along the coast of New South Wales and southern Queensland.

Grey Ironbark Sizes and Specifications

Species in Detail
Look and Features
Tight interlocking cathedral grain and very little gum vein
Dark chocolate, nutty honey with some dark reddish brown
Janka Hardness Rating
Botanical Name
Eucalyptus Paniculata, Eucalyptus Drepanoph, Eucalyptus Siderophloia, Eucalyptus decepta
Also known as
White Ironbark
Dry Density
Natural Durability
Class 1 (above ground)
60x19, 80x19, 85x19, 130x19, 180x21, 80x12, 86x12, 80x13, 85x12, 83x14, 130x14, 180x14, 83x21, 63x19

Grade Descriptions

  • Select Grade: The features that are present in Select Grade flooring are relatively small and few in number, and although they are visible the features do not dominate the appearance of the floor.
  • Standard Grade (Medium Feature): Flooring in this grade will be moderately featured. Gum veins, gum pockets, insect trails, burls and borer holes are some of the characteristics that will be more prevalent in Standard Grade.
  • Feature Grade (High Feature): Feature grade flooring is heavily peppered with natural features, particularly large gum veins.
  • Rustic Grade: A full featured floor to provide an old world charm. It may contain features that are more prominent than Feature Grade but with the structural integrity of a Feature Grade floor.