The Karri tree, Eucalyptus diversicolor, is the tallest tree that grows in the south-west corner of Western Australia and one of the tallest trees that grow in the world.
The mighty Karri grows up to 90 metres tall and reaches its optimum height within 100 years. A famous West Australian tourist destination is the site of the "Four Aces", four magnificent Karri trees perfectly aligned that are between 300 and 400 years old and began life long before Captain Cook first landed on Australian soil.
Not only does the great strength and long lengths of Karri make it an outstanding timber for engineering construction, boat building and the mining industry but the lighter tones of Karri, which extend from soft pinks to deeper reds, make it ideal for timber flooring, panelling and decking where the colour and grain will provide many years of lasting beauty.
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