Tour Down Under 2020 Subaru Stage 3 Thursday 23rd Jan

It is that time of year again the Tour Down Under is coming through our next-door neighbour towns of Summertown, Uraidla and Carey Gully. This means that getting to the quarry might be difficult on the day, so please use the map below as a guide to working 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 coming through Summertown and Uraidla and then through Carey Gully on the 23rd of January. The race will start at 11 am from King William Rd coming up the side of the freeway (roughly 16mins), they will then travel through Crafers, Piccadilly, Summertown and Uraidla (roughly 23mins). Finally travelling through Carey Gully to Deviation Rd ending up on Lobethal Rd (roughly 15 mins).

The roads will have rolling road blocks along the course in our area between 11:20 am and 12:20 pm. Please use the safer routes to avoid delays on the day.

  • Main TDU Route – Orange
  • Alternate Routes – Blue

Holiday Business Hours 2019 🎅🎄🍻

The team at Basket Range Sandstone would like to wish everyone a safe and relaxing break and we will see you in the new year!

DateBasket Range Sandstone
23/12/2019Open
24/12/2019 (Christmas Eve)Open
25/12/2019 (Chrismas)Closed
26/12/2019 (Boxing Day)Closed
27/12/2019Open
30/12/2019Open
31/12/2019 (New Years Eve)Open
1/1/2019 (New Years Day)Closed
2/1/2019Open
3/1/2019Open
6/1/2019Business as usual 8am-4pm

Uraidla and Summertown Show 2019

The Basket Range Sandstone Uraidla and Summertown Country Show for 2019 is coming soon

Show Day is coming, Sunday November 3rd 2019

Basket Range Sandstone is proud to once again be the major sponsor for the 2019 Uraidla and Summertown Country Show. Each year the event is growing and we love being a part of it. Seeing the local community come together by putting their expertise and know-how behind the show, is something rarely seen in recent times.

 

We will have a stand at the show with plenty of info and a couple of friendly faces ready to have a chat about the best product for your next project. Feel free to drop by, say hello, and get those creative juices flowing. This amazing natural product is very versatile and can be used in many different ways, including but not limited to Retaining Walls, Dry Stack Walls, Paving, Capping, House Facades, Gabion and even clean fill.

The event is highly anticipated every year by locals and visitors alike. In cooperation with the Uraidla Sustainability Fair, the Uraidla Show is a great way to see what our fantastic Hills community has to offer in the way of produce and entertainment.

A family-friendly day, the Uraidla Show has something for everyone. From entertainment and live music to food and wine, locals showcasing their skills and produce, and much more. Please visit their website for more details, https://uraidlashow.com/.

See you at the Show!

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Basket Range Sandstone Newsletter Vol 12 – 2019

In This Issue

 • Introduction
 • Product In Profile
    Random Paving
 • Product In Profile
    Flagstones
 • Completed Projects 

ALIA Award
Westfield Tea Tree Plaza - Dining and Entertainment Precinct
Basket Range Sandstone Random Quarry Face Veneer
Congratulations to Outerspace for winning the Landscape Archtiecture award in the category of Civic Landscape for this project in the 2019 AILA Awards

G’Day Everyone,

We have recently supplied the stone for the new Dining and Entertainment Precinct at  Westfield Tea Tree Plaza,  Modbury (pictured).

We are very proud to have been specified for this project.

Random Quarry Face Veneer and Natural Capping give the new revamped shopping centre an upbeat, earthy and natural feel.

All the best from BRS.

Concept: Scentre Group
Architect: Outerspace
Stonework: Ranieri Bricklaying

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Tour Down Under Road Closures Jan 17th 2019

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.

  • Main TDU Route – Orange
  • Alternate Routes – Blue

Basket Range Sandstone Newsletter Vol 11 – 2018

In this Issue:

  • Introduction
  • Product In Profile
    Quarry Face
  • Service In Profile
    Stone Matching
  • Completed Projects
    Before/During and After

G’day All,

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.

All the best from BRS.

Custom Stonework - Basket Range Random Wallers
Custom Stonework – Basket Range Random Wallers
In Your Garden Designs - Basket Range Sawn Wallers
In Your Garden Designs – Basket Range Sawn Wallers
Lares Homes – Basket Range Random Wallers

Carey Gully Hand Selected Bobcat Wallers
Carey Gully Hand Selected Bobcat Wallers

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Basket Range Sandstone Newsletter Vol 10 – 2018

In this Issue:

  • Introduction
  • Product In Profile
    Pudding Face
  • Product In Profile
    Nature Play
  • Completed Projects

G’Day Everyone,

We hope you enjoy this issue of our newsletter.

Recently our director Neil Mullard (pictured right) opened the Nature Play area at the Uraidla Primary School, which features some of our donated Carey Gully sandstone.

In addition to this, we are now a proud sponsor of The Master Landscapers Of SA.

All the best from BRS.

Uraidla Primary School Nature Play opening with principal James Parkin and Neil Mullard director of Basket Range Sandstone

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New Photos: Glen Osmond Landscaping

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


Glen Osmond Landscaping - 0417 825 308-4

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New Photos: Coastal Landscapes and Fencing

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.

Have a look at their profile page for more photos and how to get in touch with them. Coastal Landscapes and Fencing click here

Coastal Landscapes And Fencing - (08) 8552 3588-2

Coastal Landscapes And Fencing - (08) 8552 3588-1