We are proud to announce that Carey Gully quarry is back in production. Neil Mullard, of Basket Range Sandstone is the new owner and operator and will be producing quality sandstone once again.
Carey Gully quarry is open 5 days a week Monday-Thursday 8am – 4pm, Friday 8am – 3pm, but you may place an order at any time by calling us on(08) 8390 3420 or email us at .
The sandstone at Carey Gully is very popular as a landscaping product and is widely used for creating garden features. Carey Gully stone is characteristically hard, grey in colour with brown streaks. We will be supplying Carey Gully’s traditional range of sandstone quarry rubble (20mm & 40mm), boulders and 1, 1/2 and 1/4 tonne stones for landscaping. They make a great addition to any garden. We will be using the resources of Basket Range Sandstone to manufacture cut and shaped stone as per Basket Range products.
Des Masters and Neil Mullard are proud to announce that Basket Range Sandstone is once again producing our best quality SA sandstone. We have stocks of Sawn wallers and Random wallers. Dimension building stones are cut to order, individually crafted to suit your project’s design needs allowing you to choose bespoke, prestige materials for your dream.
Give us a ring or come up and see us at the quarry during the week.
If you want to get a better idea of what we can do for you, have a look around the website to see our range.
Allan Hackett (one of the owners) has had a mention on page 46 of the 20th issue of Discovering Stone magazine. The aticle is about the future of the stone industry in Australia and he is quoted saying.
Our sandstone is well known and highly regarded locally, we intend to develop the business and advance our reputation so that so that more people are aware of what we do. We have a couple of interesting projects on the drawing board, and we are expanding while the building industry in general appears to be contracting. We have just been commissioned to build a substantial new property and we recently employed 4 additional staff. We want to reach a point where virtually everything we handle is profitable, recycling is high on our list of priorities