Eidsvold Siltstone was founded in 2000 by geologist Michael Whitty after he discovered the white stone near Lochaber Creek between the townships of Eidsvold and Mundubbera in regional Queensland.

Michael examined the stone and discovered that it was a high quality fine-grained sandstone formed during the Jurassic period about 150 million years ago.

Excited by the market potential of the unique stone, Michael acquired mining permits and approvals, leased the land from local cattle grazers and formed Eidsvold Siltstone - one of Australians first zero waste mines.

Over the years, Eidsvold’s white siltstone has become a highly sought after building material by top architects and builders across Australian and abroad. 

At Eidsvold Siltstone, we’re proud of our community and equally proud to be an employer of locals from the Northern Burnett region.



Eidsvold Siltstone is committed to our sustainability targets of zero waste.

We do this by:

  • crushing all stone offcuts to make pebbles for landscaping

  • repurposing powder from sawing into furniture resin and eco-friendly cement starter

  • sourcing stone without the use of explosives or chemicals

  • re-using all waste water.

Our model is the sustainability benchmark for the Australian mining industry.

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Blocks are extracted from the mine face using an Atlas Copco Air Track mounted rig drilling 25mm holes at 1 metre spacing and broken free by infilling with Expando cracking agent.

The resource is naturally fractured along horizontal bedding planes and sub vertical parallel fracture zones which is thought to have been brought on by techtonic forces with volcanism during the Tertiary Period.



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