Castlemaine stone in Melbourne is a product unique to Yarrabee and Castlemaine; and one that we're very proud to offer. This material is only mined from one quarry in Victoria, and we have been mining it since 1953. Our paving contractors and masons find this material adaptable and easy to work with, and its popularity comes from its natural beauty and durability.
It can be used in a variety of applications, as paving, in dry-stone wall construction, cladding or in a feature garden landscape. Whatever the use, it is a versatile and attractive material to work with.
We offer a variety of shapes, sizes and styles for our flagship Castlemaine stone in Melbourne, including:
To discuss our Castlemaine stone in Melbourne, please give us a call and speak to one of our paving experts today.
Areas We Service
Yarrabee is happy to supply Castlemaine slate to many areas of Victoria, including: Mornington Peninsula, Torquay, Bellarine Peninsula, Sorrento, Portsea, Brighton, Hampton, Sandringham, Black Rock, Lysterfield, Geelong, Surf Coast, Bayside, Hawthorn, Camberwell, Berwick, Eltham, Beaconsfield, Glen Iris, Toorak, Malvern and Point Cook.
We have found that Castlemaine slate is a fantastic option for any cladding project, including: feature walls, garden walls, pillars, fireplaces and chimneys, built-in barbeques and feature fencing.
Castlemaine slate can be used in the creation of retaining walls, as it is quite well draining and can keep your garden beds exactly where you want them. The stone is also incredibly long lasting and durable.
Whether you have big plans for a water fountain or you have always dreamed of having a garden pond, Castlemaine slate can provide the finishing touches to the design. It will not be affected by constant water exposure.
This slate is suitable for a number of outdoor paving applications, from the creation of alfresco areas and garden steps or pathways through to massive landscaping slabs and pool coping or edging.
A number of Castlemaine slate products are suitable for use in the construction of your home, including: spalls (which can be used to create attractive stone walls) and builder’s wallers (which are used for a more rustic look).