Tasmanian Oak is actually a Eucalyptus wood brought into the country in the 1930’s and commonly used in schools, galleries and barracks of the period. Traditionally in huge lengths and in widths of approximately 3.5 inches. It is commonly mistaken for Oak but is extremely hard wearing and displays ribbons of subtle colour on an extensively sandy background. I have used this throughout the ground floor footprint of my own 1934 house and it compliments this restoration project superbly.
£65 – £85 per square metreexcludes VAT and carriage.