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Red Gum Timber

A legendary Australian timber, Red Gum timber is popular for its distinctive red colour, extreme strength and durability. jaks Timber brings to you an expansive selection of recycled red gum timber that has been sourced from some of the legendary and historic properties across Australia. 

As leading recycled timber suppliers, we know what quality red gum timber looks like. Whether you are looking to build a bespoke piece of furniture or need custom joinery, our team of joiners can work with you to bring your ideas to life. 

Red gum timber is sourced from across southern Papua New Guinea to coastal south-eastern Victoria.

About Red Gum Timber

Given its wide availability, red gum timber has been frequently used in railway sleepers, heavy construction, framing, flooring, wood tuning and fencing. In fact, it was used as a street paver in Sydney during the late 1800s. 

The timber boasts an extremely high density and the grains are tightly interlocked with frequent gum veins. As a result, this timber is an excellent choice for applications that require visual aesthetics and durability at the same time. 

The charm of red gum timber is best reflected in furniture. The stunning, deep red tone and the fiddleback figure of red gum make each piece of furniture distinct and unique. 

Commonly found across inland Australia, usually along rivers, this timber is often used in joinery and furniture to showcase its unique, vibrant colour. And its natural strength makes it a natural choice for decking and structural posts.

  • Cabinetry
  • Flooring
  • Furtniture
  • Joinery

Visit Our Showroom in Sunshine West, Melbourne Today

At jaks Timber, we specialise in recycled timber. We combine our creative ideas, quality of construction and the fabulous charm of red gum timber to create custom pieces of furniture that add spectacular value to your home. 

We invite you to visit our showroom near Melbourne CBD where we can show you around, discuss your ideas and help you make an informed choice. Call (03) 9311 0541 now.

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