Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player.

Get Adobe Flash player

Timber Decking

Timber Decking is subject to availability.

Timber decking can create an outdoor space which is practical, functional and aesthetically pleasing.  Choosing the right design and care of a timber deck will make a valuable addition to any home or entertaining area creating an outdoor living space which will be enjoyed for many years.


Merbau Decking Sizes

90 x 19       
42 x 18   
68 x 18    
140 x 25

Wayne's World - Timber & Building Supplies stock Merbau Decking and decking screws. Merbau is also know as Kwila and is an attractive looking hardwood ideally suited for use as decking or outdoor furniture. It is the most popular decking used. We are Timber and Building Suppliers located in the heart of Botany, Sydney, NSW.  We value your business and promise to give you good old fashioned personal service.  Come in and meet our team.

Botanical Name for Merbau Decking:  Intsia palembanica, Intsia bijuga.

Trading Names:  Merbau Decking is the most commonly used name is Australia but it is also know as Kwila, Ipil and Vesi.

Merbau or Kwila- is a very durable and termite-resistant timber, making it a highly valued and popular decking timber material and has a long life in above ground applications. Merbau can contain a "gold" fleck that runs through the grain, which is considered to be attractive. The Sapwood is well-defined and pale yellow in colour.


Albizzia Decking Size


Albizzia decking is an Timber grown in Africia.  The timber does not leech and is a great timber to use around wet areas.    


Batau Timber Decking Sizes

75 x 25 
90 x 19 

Batau Timber Decking


Balau is also known as Alan, Bangkirai, and Selangan Batu. Is a hard, heavy timber originating from Shorea which is grows in Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines. Its colour is yellowish-brown, brown, or reddish-brown wood with an interlocked grain, and a moderately fine and even texture, durable, knot-free hardwood which requires no treatment due to its natural resistance to fungal decay and insect attack

Country of Origin:

Commonly found in throughout Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines on low-lying and undulating land and hills. Batu timber has a unique pink, purple-brown or grey-brown heartwood and has a distinctive brushed streaked grain. .These hardwoods grow within a range of 30 to 60 metres in height. The timber is high in silica and makes a great decking timber material and is classed as an all weather timber.

Application & Uses:

Selangan Batu timber is regularly used in Australia for domestic decking, stair manufacturing and for windows and door-sills. This species of wood will not warp or cup when used for building a deck. It is also suitable for use in heavy and medium construction, joints and frames for trucks, lorries and heavy duty furniture.


Tallowood Timber Decking Sizes

100 x 19 
150 x 25


Tallowood is a Timber that grows in Australia's coastal areas and coastal ranges from the Hunter River in New South Wales to Maryborough in Queensland. The small branches ares brown to red-brown, soft and fibrous.  The heartwood is yellow-greyish in with tinges of olive green and is a hard and a fairly close-grained timber. The sapwood is distinctly paler. The timber is free of gum vein, something quite rare in eucalypts.  

Application & Uses:

Is a good timber to use for domestic decking and works well and has been widely used in a variety of applications including, flooring, domestic structures, heavy commercial construction, sleepers, marine structures, poles, bridges


Iron Bark Decking Sizes

100 x 25

Grey ironbark decking is an Australian hardwood that is common to coastal regions of New South Wales and Queensland.   Sizes 100 x 25, 150 x 25



Spotted Gum Decking Sizes

75 x 25    
100 x 25 
150 x 25   

Spotted Gum Decking available in the following sizes: 75 x 25, 100 x 25, 150 x 25.

Wayne's World Timber Yard & Building Supplies
Botany Timber Yard
Deliveries Sydney CBD and Greater Metropolitan Area

Opening Hours:
Monday - Friday 7.00am - 4.30pm
Saturday 8.00am - 12.00pm