Eucalyptus timber is classified as hardwood. It can be treated like any other lumber or timber for installation. Because eucalyptus is a natural product, the bottom of the pole may be a wider diameter than the top. Screwing or nailing through the poles is the most common method of installation.

What is the difference in appearance between eucalyptus poles and pine poles?

Eucalyptus poles are naturally straight, allowing for a more authentic look. Pine poles are milled..

Do you need to use special hardware on your arsenic-free eucy poles?

No, standard hardware is suitable.

Eucalyptus Poles

ALSO CALLED: Eucalyptus Wood | Eucalyptus Timber | Eucalyptus Hardwood

Eucalyptus poles are classified as a hardwood or timber. Eucalyptus wood is popular in the building industry because, unlike other timbers, it has minimal taper over long lengths. And generally speaking, Eucalyptus is harder than most North American hardwoods. Our eucalyptus poles come in a range of lengths and diameters which have been pressure treated with an EPA-approved non-arsenic treatment. Our eucalyptus poles have unique characteristics with defined nodules and a very smooth skin.


  • Available in 8’, 10’, 12’ and 18’ lengths, with diameters ranging from 1” to 6” or more upon request.
  • Note that all dimensions are approximate.
  • Inherently fire-retardant eucalyptus poles are available with a three- to four-month lead time.
  • Class A Fire Retardant can be sprayed on the poles locally, allowing for a quicker lead time.

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  • amaZulu worked with the Environmental Protection Agency to produce the first non-arsenic, non-erosive pressure treatment for our eucalyptus poles.
  • Construction-grade with ground burial rating.
  • One of the strongest timbers available.
Additional Benefits:
  • You get a rugged and strong pole that is also environmentally friendly.
  • Use eucalyptus in many parts of your project. Therefore, simplifying your planning.
  • Our arsenic-free treatment avoids hardware corrosion and reduces the cost of ownership.
  • Eucalyptus Poles are fairly straight with little taper. Therefore, look cleaner than pine poles.
  • Place them directly into the ground and save the cost of concrete.

Eucalyptus is an ideal building material for tropical decor because of its rustic feel. Favorite projects include fencing, framing, outdoor stairway banisters, and trellises. If you’re looking for durable and pest-resistant timber, you want eucalyptus timber. They are versatile, and the eucalyptus wood comes in diameters of 1″ to 6″.

Our eucalyptus poles are perfect for creating a more exotic look for your outdoor project. Many contractors use eucalyptus timber because it is a sustainable building material that has proven versatile and durable. It’s also a great alternative to many traditional and less sustainable types of wood. Restaurants and resorts love using eucalyptus for outdoor dining areas and building shade structures for guests. Zoos love eucalyptus because it’s a natural, sustainable product that is safe for animals.

Contact us today for more information on our eucalyptus poles, or call us toll-free at 877-243-5309.