634 - Blackbutt
A moderate to large tree, attaining 40 to 60 m in height and 1 to 2 m in stem diameter. It has a straight slender trunk, circular in cross-section. The bark on the lower part of the trunk is dark grey-brown in colour, fibrous and fissured. Typical smooth gum type bark occurs on branches and the uppermost part of the trunk.
Found in coastal regions from southern New South Wales to Maryborough, Queensland.
Colour. The heartwood is pale brown with a faint tinge of pink when freshly cut. Sometimes the sapwood is indistinguishable from the heartwood but usually it is slightly paler in colour. Grain. Moderately coarse textured and uniform.
Credit: Department of Agriculture and Fisheries.