Yellow Stringybark gets its name from the thick, fibrous bark that is found on the logs. Stringybark logs produce a nice yellow timber which makes it great for visual applications like decking, flooring and furniture. Yellow Stringybark is sourced from both plantations and forests.
Origin– Yellow Stringybark grows in the southern New South Wales and eastern Victoria Region.
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Properties (in accordance to the AS 5604)
|Unseasoned||S3 (Reasonably High)|
|Seasoned||SD3 (Reasonably High)|
|In-Ground||Class 3 (5-15 years)|
|Above-Ground||Class 2 (15-40 years)|
|Lyctid Borer Susceptibility||Not Susceptible|
|Fire Resistant||BAL19 (Resistant)|
Ideal Decking material into lock grain Blonde to Brown colour hard wearing in light feature.