Blackbutt is one of the highest value timbers and is predominantly grown in the north coast of NSW, called the Northern Region. It is also common in coastal forests, from southern Queensland to southern NSW. Plantations are established in Australia and many overseas countries.A tall tree of up to 40 metres or more in height, with a long straight cylindrical trunk. It can measure up to 3 metres in diameter.Blackbutt gets its name from the rough bark at the tree base which is usually charred black from past bush fires. Blackbutt is 'half bark, which means it has rough, fibrous bark on the lower trunk with the upper trunk and branches normally being smooth and whitish to yellow in colour. The bark sheds away in strips in the upper part of the trunk, leaving smooth branches, often wtih insect 'scribbles' on the bark..
With plenty of room for the larger family and just a few seconds stroll to tennis courts, heated pool and BBQ area, this Villa offers filtered lake views and provides fully equipped living.