This Eucalyptus species comes from West and S-W Australia. It is difficult to dry, machine and work with hand tools. It is very hard and heavy, but glues and polishes well. It is highly durable and as a result is commonly used for exterior applications in Australia. Jarrah burl is highly desired by woodturners for its rich, warm colour and beautiful grain.
Sustainability: Not listed in the CITES Appendices or on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.
Common uses: Flooring, furniture, countertops, decking, turning.
Comments: Was used a lot in the past for railway sleepers.