Cameron Dunn’s stonemason experience has been used to good effect in the restoration of this historic home, built from basalt building blocks.
Imagine a pretty cottage garden edging this curved garden path, built by Cameron Dunn using Castlemaine random paving stone.
Here, Cameron Dunn has used Oyster marble flagstones to create a welcoming entrance to this property.
Pyrenees selected building stone has been used in the mesh gabion walls shown above. The wall and gabion enclosures were constructed by Cameron Dunn. Check out his website at www.cdunnstone.com.au or contact Cameron on 0429 162589 or 03 5427 4778. :
Hundreds of metres of Pyrenees slate paving, with ends sawn diagonally, have been used to pave the forecourt of the Golden Dragon Museum in the Chinese precinct of Bendigo. Landscaping and stonework carried out by Ian Evans Creative Landscapes of Bendigo. Contact Ian on 0418 507213 or 03 5446 7326
Harcourt granite tors co-ordinate beautifully with Pyrenees paving at the Golden Dragon Museum in Bendigo.
Pyrenees rock can be used in a multitude of ways. Here Ian Evans Creative Landscapes have used large Pyrenees stepping stones and crushed Pyrenees rock to border the area paved with Pyrenees pavers at the Bendigo Golden Dragon Museum to create a harmonious landscape. Polished red granite was also supplied by Pyrenees Quarries for the name plaques
Pyrenees paving and steps shown here with Harcourt granite clad walls in the background – Central Victorian stone used locally! Stonework by Ian Evans Creative Landscapes
Pyrenees terracing stone, large steppers and crushed rock harmonise well in this garden feature at the Golden Dragon Museum in Bendigo.
The Harcourt granite cladding on the raised garden beds walls was supplied cut to size by Pyrenees Quarries. Stonework by Ian Evans Creative Landscaping of Bendigo.
Water gardens in the making! Stonemason Glen Taylor has created a series of ponds of different depths, linked by Pyrenees slab bridges and lined with Chooky Yellow irregular building stone. When filled with water, stocked with fingerlings and planted with water loving plants, these ponds will create a green oasis in our dry bushland.
Another view of the water gardens under construction showing steps and bridges created from Pyrenees slabs and steps and Chooky irregular building stone. Stone work by Glen Taylor
Another view showing the construction of the ponds use as a for water garden. Stone work by Glen Taylor.