Basket Range Sandstone has provided the stone for the new Dining & Entertainment Precinct in Tea Tree Plaza. The stone provides a common thread throughout all the elements of the design, giving the area a real modern yet rustic feel.
It is that time of year again the Tour Down Under is coming through our next door neighbor town of Uraidla. This means that getting to the quarry might be difficult on the day, so please use the map below as a guide to work out a good route.
I have included alternate (bikes will be everywhere!) routes to avoid the main race, these include the Basket Range and Carey Gully Quarries.
This year the TDU is doing 7 laps of Uraidla and Piccadilly starting at about 12:15pm on the 17th with a very rough finish time of 2:30pm but I would expect this to be later.
Welcome to another issue of our newsletter. This quarter we will be showcasing Quarry Face stone, giving you some insight into our matching services and showing you some great projects that have been completed recently.
With the cold weather behind us, hopefully you can get back into your gardens and give them a makeover.
The Uraidla Show has some great attractions this year such as local food & wine, music, animals, rides and so much more. They also have many competitions throughout the day and fireworks from 8:30pm. It will be a great day for the whole family to enjoy.
Don’t forget to come by and see the Basket Range & Carey Gully Sandstone display we would love to see you there!
The boys @ Glen Osmond Landscaping have sent through some photos of a job they did a while back. They have turned what was an almost unmaintainable sloped incline into a beautiful terraced garden. This increases the usability of the land at the top and bottom of the slope, as well as increasing safety and visual effect.
Checkout their profile page for more photos and contact info
Coastal Landscapes and Fencing have sent though some new photos of projects completed using our stone. As shown below they have created a garden retaining wall using our mixed Sawn Wallers in a dry stack configuration. The vivid green of the plants above really complement the stone and make it stand out.