Wood Atlas - Xylarium
lat. Eucalyptus coolabah
Coolabah, Eucalytus, Goldfield
Coolibah (Eucalyptus coolabah) is found all over Australia, but especially along waterways that do not dry out. The name comes from the Kamilaroi language. The tree grows between 60 and 75 feet tall and has the elongated leaves typical of the eucalyptus.
The wood is hard and dense with a color that can vary greatly from brown to red and intermediate shades. Its texture can also vary greatly from very fine and free of cracks to a relatively coarse texture with some cracks.
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