Donnybrook Sandstone

Donnybrook Sandstone

Excellent as a cladding material, Rural Stone's Donnybrook Sandstone creates a striking aesthetic effect.The youngest of the quartz-based stones, sandstone is a sedimentary stone that is the result of sand eroding and being re-deposited by either wind or water.
Donnybrook Sandstone, originating from the Jurassic period, is a felspathic sandstone with a principal bonding of kaolin or halloysite. Its colour varies from pure white to deep buff or exceptionally deep pink, the latter being very dense and strong. Its grain size varies from very fine to moderately coarse.
Donnybrook Sandstone is available in the immediate vicinity of Donnybrook in the South of Western Australia. The townsite is on the eastern edge of the coastal plain amongst the foothills of the Darling Scarp, some 200 feet above sea level. The country near Donnybrook consists essentially of a highly dissected plateau between 1,000 feet and 1,500 feet above sea level.

Product Uses

Rural Stone's natural Donnybrook Sandstone is available in a variety of standard sizes. Applications range from feature walls, residential tiling, dry-laid rubble walls, ashlar structural walls to large commercial facades. Donnybrook Sandstone is the ideal product for both internal and external applications creating a warm and unique atmosphere.
Excellent as a cladding material, Rural Stone's Donnybrook Sandstone creates a striking aesthetic effect.
Donnybrook Sandstone is offered in three colour series - Gold and Red.

Building Blocks Rockface or Diamond Cut in Standard course height dimensions

160 mm, 245 mm, 330 mm lengths by order.


Dimensions

Tiles and Cladding

600x300x20 mm
600x150x20 mm
450x300x20 mm
450x150x20 mm
300x300x20 mm
300x150x20 mm
150x150x20 mm

Flagstone

Various 40 mm thick

Slabs

All sizes cut to order - 40 mm, 60mm , 80mm & 100 mm Paving 300x300x40 mm

Bullnose

600x300x40 mm (Single)