Limestone Resources Australia Pty Ltd

Commercial Projects - Golf Courses and Wineries

The information and images on this page are taken from commercial projects completed with Limestone Resources Australia Pty Ltd products.

Where consent has been obtained, links or information have been included in the description of each home to provide contact with the respective architects, designers and builders.

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Specification

Project Name: Joondalup Country Club
Cut: Diamond ut
Location: Joondalup WA
Description:

Carabooda diamond-cut limestone was used in the clock tower adjacent to the original clubhouse which used the same building material.
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Specification

Stone: Carabooda
Cut: Diamond Cut
Location: Busselton WA
Description:

Clubhouse
/Project/15/Qunns_Rock_01.jpg
Specification

Stone: Carabooda
Cut: Diamond Cut
Location: Qunns Rock WA
Description:

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Specification

Project Name: Maxells Winery
Stone: Moore River
Cut: Quarry Cut
Location: McLaren Vale SA
Description:

The unique texture of quarry-cut Moore River limestone was chosen by the owner for the construction of his winery in the middle of the rich McLaren Vale wine-growing region in South Australia.
Using 500 x 350 x 250 blocks
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Specification

Stone: Moore River
Cut: Quarry Cut
Location: Country VIC
Description:

This is another excellent example of the use of limestone.
Limestone was chosen for its excellent thermal insulation values and its aesthetic appeal.
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Specification

Stone: Moore River
Cut: Quarry Cut
Location: Country VIC
Description:

Constructed from 1m x 350 x 300 blocks
This stone is yet to be cleaned
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Specification

Stone: Carabooda
Cut: Quarry Cut
Location: Peel District WA
Description:

Internal walls in this project feature
1m x 350 x 300 quarry cut blocks
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Specification

Stone: Carabooda
Cut: Quarry Cut
Location: Peel District WA
Description:

Jarrah doors highlighted by 1m x 350 x 300 quarry cut blocks