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Hairy oak’s distribution only just reaches the southern end of the
Central Highlands. It appears to enjoy sandy, poor conditions like
Budgeroo (which can be seen in the background at left) and grows
to about 8 metres high. The bark is very distinctive and the trunks
are usually fluted and not large so small blanks are the norm.
Popular with box and pen makers.