Ever wonder where the stone for Melbourne’s Shrine of Remembrance came from? It was actually quarried from a little town called Tynong, situated 66 kilometres south-east of the CBD in Gippsland. The stone quarried from Tynong is known as granodiorite, and is the same stone that the ancient Rosetta stone was carved from. Less notably, Tynong is also home to Gumbuya Park amusement park and the Mill Valley Ranch Christian Youth Camp.
Tynong Quarry supply a range of quarry to the Victorian construction industry
Always adding to its already diverse repertoire of construction capabilities, Fulton Hogan currently operate a quarry in Tynong, enabling them to play a significant role in supplying quarry products throughout Victoria’s construction industry.
Having successfully owned and operated quarry facilities in various locations throughout Australia for many years, Fulton Hogan are unique in the industry in that they can directly supply the raw materials needed for construction projects. This poses a significant benefit for clients seeking an end-to-end solution without the hassle of having to deal with several different parties.
Fulton Hogan utilise environmentally conscious processes and maintain rigorous safety standards at our Tynong Quarry, and have a range of mobile crushing plants to suit our clients’ requirements. Our product range supplied from our Tynong quarry site include bulk fill, asphalt mixes, road base and aggregates, speciality sand, railway ballast and gabion rock.