Brushbox Engineer Flooring
2019-12-09 Brushbox

Brushbox is a native Australian evergreen Eucalyptus treen grown in central NSW and QLD. Capable of reaching heights of 40 meters and higher in the wild, Brushbox is highly resistant to pests (especially termites), disease, drought, and provides dense foliage that shades as well or better than eucalyptus trees. As a building material, Brushbox’s fine, even texture and its rich colours ranging from anywhere between reddish brown and pale, greyish pink makes it perennially popular. Its lack of gum veins makes it a fantastic choice for flooring, as its grain is naturally unblemished and makes for excellent solid timber or engineered floors.

Species Name


Botanical Name

Lophostemon confertus

Colour Range


Janka (Hardness) Rating – Dry


Density (kg/m3)

Unseasoned (Green)
Seasoned (Dry)
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