Jarrah Timber Perth WA

Availability is and will continue to tighten due to government decision to ban logging. Call us to discuss your options.

Natural colour

Pale Pink to Dark Redish Brown

Common uses

  • Furniture, Joinery, Staircases, Cabinet Making,

  • Decking, Flooring, Linings, Cladding

  • General Construction, External Structures

Alternatives (similar colour)

Spotted Gum, Merbau, American Black Walnut, Vic Ash Stained


The timber displays a moderately coarse and even textured grain. The occasional incidence of wavy and interlocking grain produces some samples with a sought after fiddleback figure.


Despite its density, Jarrah is relatively easy to work with if tools are maintained in sharp condition. Jarrah timber can be machined and turned easily. It can be glued and satisfactorily steam bent, but care must be taken when using nails, due to the density dimensional stability.

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Key features

  • Very attractive timber for furniture making
  • Only grows in Western Australia
  • Durable timber
  • Internal or external use
  • Hard and relatively heavy timber
  • Veneers readily available
  • Generally straight grained in appearance
  • Readily accepts stains, washes, polish and coatings
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Delivery capability

We can save you time and money by delivering directly to your worksite.

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Supply availability

With our fully equipped warehouse, we always have the stock available so you can get on with your job.

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Contact Us


252 Gnangara Rd, Landsdale, WA 6065

Phone: (08) 6558 1266

Email: sales@austim.com.au

Opening Hours

  • Mon – Fri: 7.30am to 4.00pm
  • Sat: Closed
  • Sun: Closed

We are located in Landsdale, we can deliver anywhere in Western Australia including the South West, Northern WA, Perth, Welshpool, Mandurah, Rockingham, Yanchep and even further.

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“The timber quality is excellent, the price was competitive, the communication spot on and the delivery just right. Well done and thanks again”