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Hardwood Decking

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Hardwood Decking

  • Australian manufactured
  • Durable
  • Contemporary style
  • Kiln dried

We supply are wide range of Australian hardwood decking options, with a display area available to help you choose colours.
All our decking is supplied kiln dried, this adds to the dimensional stability in service.
We have access to different sizes and widths, with options for vertical screened walls areas.
We have all the hardware in stock to complete any project, from the post stands to the stainless steel screws.
Australian hardwoods are a perfect choice for external decking applications, as they are grown in Australia, in Australian conditions. They are dense, tough and durable.
Some hardwood species have a built-in fire retardancy that makes them suitable for bush fire prone areas, as covered under AS3959. Bushfire retardant timbers include Spotted Gum, Blackbutt, Silver Top Ash and Iron Bark. All decking options we supply.
We stock and recommend Feast Watson Traditional decking oil, turps wash up. Most hardwood decks are chosen for colour, with choice reinforced by durability, knowing that the chosen deck will perform for years to come.
We don’t recommend the use of water based decking oils on hardwood decks. We find that the film tends to break down after a period of service, that generally requires sanding or stripping for future recoats.
Most hardwood decks are finished off with a clear finish. Generally, decks are not stained. As the natural colour of the timber is enhanced, rather than changed.
External deck should never be painted, as paint tends to trap moisture in the timber, accelerating decay of fixings, and the timber over the long term.

Popular decking species

Stringy Bark decking
Stringy Bark is a blond to honey brown Australian hardwood that is a Durability Class 2 hardwood, it is a consistent coloured species, making it a popular choice as it matches most associated building elements.
It is durable for long term performance outside.
It takes decking oils and stains well. And has minimal tannin bleed like Asian rainforest species.

Silver Top Ash
Silver Top Ash is a blond to honey brown Australian hardwood that is a Durability Class 2 hardwood, it is a consistent coloured species, with natural gum markings making it one of our most popular deck options.
It is durable for long term performance outside.
It meets the top bushfire requirements set out in AS 3959. And can be used on decks in buildings up to BAL 29.

Grey Iron Bark
Grey Iron Bark is one of the hardest timbers on the planet. It is dark brown to mid brown in colour, and generally consistent in colour.
It is a Durability Class 1 hardwood, meaning it will last in service for a generation.
It takes decking oils and stains well. With minimum tannin bleed.
And can be used on decks in buildings up to BAL 19.

Red Iron Bark
Red Iron Bark like Grey Iron Bark is one of the hardest timbers on the planet. It is deep red to light red in colour, and generally consistent in colour.
It is also Durability Class 1 hardwood. With minimum tannin bleed.
Red Iron Bark takes oils and stains well.
And can be used on decks in buildings up to BAL 29.