Ridgewood has been importing, wholesaling and distributing timber, panel and forestry products to the Australian market for over 30 years.

We import species from Canada, Europe, South East Asia, USA and New Zealand whilst also holding agencies and procuring local species from Western Australia, Tasmania, Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria.

Ridgewood is PEFC certified and can provide full chain of custody with many of its timber products.

Ridgewood has a policy of only sourcing timber from countries and mills that practice sound and sustainable forestry practices.

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  • Asia Pacific
  • Australia
  • Europe
  • New South Wales
  • North America
  • Queensland
  • Tasmania
  • USA
  • Victoria
  • Western Australia
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  • Flooring
  • Joinery
  • Cabinets
  • Furniture
  • Staircase
  • Decking
  • Cladding
  • External
  • Structural
  • Boating

Australian Chestnut Flooring

Eucalyptus Obliqua, E.Sieberi and E.Fastigata

Australian Wormy Chestnut Flooring

Eucalyptus Obliqua, E.Sieberi and E.Fastigata

Tasmanian Oak Flooring

Eucalyptus Obliqua

Tasmanian Oak flooring has a reputation in Australia and internationally as a durable, stable and attractive product. Tasmanian
Oak is a warm, dense and resilient timber. As a flooring choice, Tasmanian Oak is without peer. 

Harvested from the sustainably-managed and PEFC certified temperate forests of the north-west region of the state, Tasmanian Oak’s light shades of pale straw to light brown make it a favourite with architects, builders and designers who are looking to inject a modern, crisp feel to their building and design projects. 

Tasmanian Oak flooring is machined and dried at Britton’s state-of-the-art Tasmanian mill to ensure hard-wearing and high impact resistance which makes it particularly suitable where durability and strength are paramount. 

Board Widths 

Up to 160mm (wider boards on request) 


12mm Overlay – 65×12,85×12,108×12,133×12 

Secret Nailing, End-Matched



  • Flooring
Density (kg/m3 dry)780
Specific Gravity0.78
Modulus of Rupture (MPa dry)118
Modulus of Elasticity (GPa dry)15
Radial Shrinkage % 3.5
Tangential Shrinkage %6.5
Hardness (Janka) (kN)7
Sapwood Lyctid SusceptibleYes
Resistance to Split in NailingGood
Resistance to Split in ScrewingGood
Growing Regiontas

Ridgewood has a staff with over 70 years of combined experience in the timber industry which can help advise you on the correct species and product for your application or new project.