Sure thing. In WA. But Melbourne is loooong way from there and we had plenty of good trees here so was curious why someone would import that much timber. But telecom was government owned back then so no surprise I guess.Heaps of buildings in WA have used Jarrah really extensively, really was shockingly wasted for a long time. My floorboards, joists, bearers, roof framing (on the original house not the extension) is all Jarrah (1950's house)
Darker timber’s are making a bit of a comeback in the makers(wankers) world. Was considered a bit ye olde fashioned for a long while but makers are looking for new designs and looks and lo and behold Jarrah and Tassie Blackwood etc fits the bill.I love working with Jarrah and how it looks after.