Tasmanian Oak is a sustainable native Australian hardwood and it's a trade name
for a few species with similar features. In Victoria and NSW it's called
Victorian Ash. It is recognised for its excellent staining qualities, which
allow ready matching with other timbers, finishes or
furnishings. Colour: varying from light straw to reddish brown with
intermediate shades of cream to pink.
American Oak or American White Oak is a sustainable hardwood from America and
is the trade name for a variety of species. It's also quite similar in
appearance and colour to European Oak. Colour: pale to medium golden brown.
American Ash is a blond in colour and is similar in appearance to European Ash.
The timber is generally straight-grained with a course, uniform
texture. Colour: light to nearly white.
Please be advised that timber is a beautiful natural material with grain
detail, colour and finishes subject to variation.