Queensland Heritage Masonry
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Since the 1820s the unique pink, green and blue Brisbane Tuff (also known as porphry) stone has been used in all forms in some of Brisbane's finest structures. From sea walls at Sandgate to the moulded base courses at the Victoria Bridge Abutment or the recently completed St Johns cathedral Brisbane Tuff has a special connection with Brisbane’s built environment.

We are suppliers to building contractors for the distinctive kerbstones found in Brisbane’s heritage precincts. We are able to supply in any custom form including tiles, walling panels and decorative features.


These kerbstones are made in genuine natural stone and wont discolour, display efflorescence or look like an imitation porphyry kerbstone.
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