Re: Australian wood? 1. Ask in the Wood Sculpting forum in the UBeaut-run WOODWORKING forums. Wonderful Australian site. 2. You have Monterey Pine (Pinus radiata). A true conifer softwood, so is Pseudotsuga macrocarpa. 3. I read that many Australian woodworkers refer to Pinus radiata as Pinus crapiata. . . . or just Crapiata.
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