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Timber Decking Supplies Melbourne


When choosing what species of deck to lay, durability can often be left off the check list. We all want our deck to look nice and to be easy to maintain, but how long will the timber last until I will have to replace it?

Most suitable timber for your deck would be Jarrah, Spotted Gum or Ironbark as they are all ‘Class one’ or ‘class two’ durability for external applications.


Come into our store and have a look at some different species that we have in stock to make your choice easier.

We have a variety of different types of decking material for your viewing.

Some are raw timber and some have been oiled in clear and in tinted oils for you to see the differences in the final product.


Merbau (Kwila)

Definitely one of Victoria’s most popular decking timbers used today, Merbau is a durable hardwood and is a pale to dark reddish brown in color. Finished, it is smooth on one side and reeded on the other.

Spotted Gum

A large hardwood very readily available from the Victorian/NSW border through to QLD. The color is pale to dark brown/chocolate and has a lovely wavy grain appearance.

Silvertop Ash

The color of Silvertop is usually a pale brown to sometimes having a pinkish tinge.

Iron Bark

Color varies from pale yellow (sapwood) to dark red (heartwood), and has an interlocking grain and it is a quite durable hardwood.


A Malasian timber, Kapur is a hardwood species of pink & reddish/brown tones. When oiled clear, the Kapur becomes quite dark, highlighting it’s red tones. It looks similar to Merbau with a brown tinted oil applied.

Treated Pine

When treated, Pine can withstand many weather changes. It is usually pale tan to light brown then tinged green from the treatment.


(Special order only)

With a similar appearance to Merbau this is a great alternative. It is relatively easy to work with and is used a lot in flooring.


A composite material that is well wearing won’t rot or discolor and has minimal shrinkage.

Installing Modwood is simple and there is a hidden nail option.



Dowload our informative information sheets on a range of topics including:
Fixing ModWood over Concrete PDF
Modwood Deck Installation Guide PDF
Modwood Spacer PDF
Modwood steel fixing instructions
Using nail guns with modwood PDF
Klevaklip fixing instructions PDF




No Nail Dek-Tie™ System

If you want you’re decking to have a smooth finish without screw or nail holes, then this is the product for you.

PDF on how to lay a timber deck using Dek-Ties