Jarrah is a dark, durable wood species. It is 25% harder than Oak. Jarrah has a smooth surface and straight grain. The heartwood is reddish in color. As a floor, Jarrah is dark brown, becoming darker over the years. Jarrah is used for outdoor furniture, musical instruments and boats.
Jarrah (Lat. Eucalyptus Marginata)
Family: Myrtle (Lat. Myrtaceae)
Size: Jarrah can grow to 131-164ft (40-50 m) in size. The trunk can grow to around 30ft (9 m) in circumference.
Origin of Kährs Jarrah flooring: Australia
Hardness: Hard, strong and lightweight. Brinell value: 4.7
Color change: Jarrah darkens with age.