Eco Outdoor Crackenback
Rustic Stone Random Blend
Random Bluestone Wall Cladding
Quarry Stone - Random Stone Cladding


Eco Outdoor ‘Crackenback’

This freeform sandstone random walling, has been completed Melbourne’s southeast. Crackenback is a natural sandstone walling product perfect for residential landscape designs, home builds and commercial building projects. Crackenback is a light coloured sandstone with occasional strong hues of amber and burnt orange.

Craft Stone Vintage Ledgestone “Alpine”

In one of Ballarat’s premier new estates, Vintage Ledgestone “Alpine” (CSI-021) at the front of this home gives a bold statement, whilst keeping with the modern design of the home. The Vintage Ledgestone has been laid over a wood frame covered with cement sheet blueboard. This stone was chosen by the owners as a cheaper alternative to natural stone.

white stacked stone

Sandstone Ledgestone Blade Entry Wall

With such an imposing Structure at the entrance of this home, standing out amongst all the others in the area is an easy feat. It helps to make sure everyone around remembers viewing this home. This stone was chosen to contrast with the darker colour tones of the modern house, which helps to draw the eye to it as soon as it’s in view. The Rustic Stone Sandstone Ledgestone also matches in seamlessly with the natural stone and earth of the area. The stone has been laid over existing brickwork, which gives it a sturdy substructure to bond to.

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Maryborough Amphitheater Complex

Situated in Central Victoria’s golden triangle, Maryborough has just completed a community area for locals and tourists alike to enjoy. Only a stone’s throw from the train station, Rustic Stone, Sandstone “Country Blend’ has been used to create the feeling of yesteryear to the Amphitheater complex. Using a blend of 3 types of stone helps to give the impression the complex was constructed from local rock many decades ago. The Amphitheater consists of many sandstone steps, cappings and feature walls. It is available for the public to view and use at any time of the year.

sandstone retaining walls

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Blue Stone Weatherboard Cottage

Located in Ballarat’s main street, it is hard to believe that this was once a weatherboard cottage. After a little bit of work it has been transformed into a majestic old bluestone homestead that fits in perfectly with Ballarat’s gold-rush era architecture. For a fraction of the cost of solid bluestone, Rustic stone ‘Bluestone Pitcher’ is hard to distinguish from the real thing. Cement sheet Blueboard was applied straight over the existing weatherboards, Then the Rustic Stone was installed. The owners have had many people stopping to comment on the stone and to ask if it is real bluestone, as the colours and shapes are hard to distinguish from natural bluestone.

Bluestone homestead

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Daylesford Lakehouse Stone Fireplace

Featured is the stone fireplace in Daylesford’s Lakehouse Restaurant & Accomodation. This fireplace is constructed with Cultured Stone Southern Ledgestone “White Oak”. The Southern Ledgestone has been fitted with a standard 12mm mortar joint, and white grout. The Lake House is situated in the township of Daylesford Victoria on the banks of the Daylesford Lake.

White Stone Fireplace

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Stacked Ledgestone Fireplace

This cosy fireplace is fitted over brickwork with Craft Stone Stacked Ledgestone “Merlot” (CSI-066). The Stacked Ledgestone is individual pieces of stone, randomly fitted together to achieve natural look of stone. The mortar used is a standard grey with 12mm joints. This fireplace was an inexpensive way to make an excellent feature of the room, and give a practical area to mount the LCD TV on. The firebox is a fully functional gas log fire that heats the room wonderfully.

Stone Fireplace LCD TV

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Rustic Stone Country Cottage

Featured is a country cottage with a modern twist. The stone used is Rustic Stone Random Stone. The wall has been fitted using standard 12mm mortar joints.

Rustic Stone Random Blend

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Random Blue Stone Portico Ballarat

Designed and built by Ryan & McDonald Homes in Ballarat, this beautiful family home has a stunning feature portico. The portico is fitted with Craft Stone Quarry Stone “Matador” (CSI-083). The mortar colour is a dark grey colour, that is only a slight shade different to the stone itself. The stone was fitted with a standard 12mm mortar joint, and has been sealed to bring out the charcoal colours.

Random Bluestone Wall Cladding

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Cranbourne Child Care Centre

State of the art child care centre in Cranbourne. Stone used it Craft Stone Quarry Stone “Merlot” (CSI-083).

Quarry Stone - Random Stone Cladding

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