Tasmanian Oak is the Trade name used for three almost identical species of eucalypt hardwoods that grow in the mountainous areas of Tasmania, Victoria and South East NSW.
The three are normally marketed collectively.
Eucalyptus Delegatensis occurs at higher altitudes - Eucalyptus Regnans is found in wetter sites - Eucalyptus Obliqua has a wide distribution, occurring in wet forests but also extending into drier areas.
The majority of wood now being processed in the full range of end sections is being logged and milled in Victoria and to a lesser extent NSW. Two of these species commonly known as Mountain Ash and Alpine Ash and marketed under the Trade Name - Victorian Ash.
Enquiries for Tasmanian Oak, Australian Oak, White Top, Mountain Ash or Alpine Ash will be treated as if for Victorian Ash.
For Tasmanian Oak Specie Properties, please refer to the Victorian Ash tab.