Spotted Gum (Corymbia Maculate) is prized for its straight slender trunk that grows to about 45m in height. The characteristic spotted appearance is formed where the bark sheds in patches and the colour tones range from pink to grey-blue. Spotted Gum is native to coastal areas of northern New South Wales and southern Queensland. The heartwood ranges from light brown through to dark red-brown with a fine, even grain. Gum veins are common and the presence of wavy grain can produce an attractive fiddleback figure.