Eucalyptus sideroxylon

The most common Red ironbark’s are Mugger Ironbark (Eucalyptus sideroxylon), narrow-leaved Red Ironbark (E.creba) & broad-leaved Red Ironbark (E.fibrosa). Mugga Ironbark extends from VIC through NSW into southern QLD. Narrow-leaved Red Ironbark is found in the coastal, tablelands and western plains of central to northern NSW and just west of the Great Dividing Range. Broad-leaved Red Ironbark has a distribution from the south coast of NSW to central coastal QLD. The heartwood colour is deep red. Sapwood is a very distinctive pale yellow in colour. Texture is medium and even. Due to the different cross species and areas Red Ironbark is found always check colour of timber is what you re after.

Heartwood class 1 above ground, Termite resistant and Janka hardness 14