Commonly known as Sydney Blue Gum, this beautiful red timber has a fantastic grain. It is also easy to work, dress and fix. It responds well to most finishes and takes a good polish, making it popular for decorative applications where moderate durability is required.
White Mahogany is a mostly uniform and medium textured wood. Sometimes featuring an interlocked grain and occasional gum veining.
White mahogany is one of Australia’s premium native hardwoods with a high degree of natural durability and strength, making it an ideal timber for a variety of structural, exterior and interior applications.
White mahogany is often used for above ground framing and decking in both protected and unprotected contexts. It can also be used for heavy construction work, from sawn and round timber in wharf and bridge construction to railway sleepers, cross arms, poles, piles. and as mining timbers. It is employed in general house framing, as cladding, linings, joinery, fencing, landscaping and in retaining walls.