Sometimes called Tasmanian Oak (Eucalyptus regnans), this abundant species grows mainly in Tasmania, but also in Victoria. It grows to a height of 300 feet with a diameter of up to 8 feet. Because they generally grow so close together, they will grow to 80% of their height before sending out branches. Its heartwood is pale to light brown with pinkish tints. This wood is often used for flooring, fine furniture building and framing for houses.