As far as I could tell, I was unable to uncover any laws or regulations protecting jarrah timber. Jarrah is becoming more and more highly prized, but much of it is recycled and sold because of its strong resistance to rot. The fact that the industry recycles so much jarrah (especially from demolished houses) may very well have something to do with the fact that the eucalyptus marginata tree from which it is cut is not endangered or protected.
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