Jarrah: an Australian native tree

Ancient Jarrah is an Australian native tree imported to New Zealand long time ago.

It has a high resistance to weather, termites and even marine borers, in fact, Jarrah has been used to build bridges, wharfs and poles.

Ancient Jarrah preserves the beauty of the colours of Western Australia.

The grain and tones of the wood are pink, red, purple and it has a vertical brownish grain.

Its richness adds to its beauty and illustrates that this is no ordinary timber, but something quite unique.