SANDS

ALL MATERIAL SOLD BY THE M³. TRAILERS CAN BE MEASURED BY THE ¼,  ½ AND EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN. ALSO HAVE A COURTESY FOR OUR CUSTOMERS THAT DON'T HAVE A TRAILER

5% SURCHARGE ON LOADS UNDER 1M³

50/50 loam

$92/m³
$740 for 10m³

As the name suggests this is 50% washpit and 50% brickies loam. 50/50 takes longer to cure tha brickies loam (great on those hot summer days) and offers great flexibility than washpit offering the best of both worlds. The light colour is ideal for anone wanting an off white finish and is a perfect partner for our sunlite off-white cement

Ballina White

$140/m³
$1140 for 10m³

Also known as silver sand. A fine pure white sand used in sand pits (but not recomended) and brick work where a briliant white finish is paramount. Contains Sillica





Brickies Loam

$85/m³
$630 for 10m³

Used mainly for brick and mortar work, this is a fine "fatty" sand that offers great flexability. Used in a 4:1 Ratio (approx 12 bags cement/cubic meter does 1000 standard bricks). The use of mortar aid is recomended and offers even greater workability. Veneer ties and dampcourse are also available

Cheap Bedding Sand

$65/m³
$520 for 10m³

Used for trench filling around underground services such as plumbing and electrical, this is a screened sand that is easily visable, an important factor if digging near delicate service pipes. Also used for bedding pools, spas, water tanks and fill for sand bags


Washed Coarse Bedding Sand

$90/m³
$700 for 10m³

A clean coarse grade sand with numerous applications Used for paving, tiling, bathrooms, horse arena's and topdressing lawns. When topdressing lawns it is recomended to airate the lawn first (lawn airator available in hire section)

Medium River Sand

$90/m³
$700 for 10m³

A clean medium grade sand with similar applications to the course sand. Some families use this sand in childrens sand pits as it does not sick to the litte ones as much as the finer sands


WashPit Sand

$87/m³
$700 for 10m³

Used through out local schools and childcare centres as an excellant sand pit material and as a topdress on bowling and golf club greens. Also known as the plasterers sand, wash pit is ideal for rendering, plastering and heavy block work where a more rigid finish is required, than that is offered with brickies loam.