Ōamaru Stone
Natural New Zealand Limestone

Surround yourself with nature


Feel connected to nature with pure New Zealand limestone. 100% organic. Zero product waste. Direct from the source.

Naturally beautiful and with natural durability, New Zealand limestone lasts generations.
Ōamaru stone building products are sourced from high quality, abundantly occurring natural deposits of limestone in the Waitaki region of New Zealand.

Across the world, and for centuries, because of its abundance, limestone is used extensively in construction projects.
From the ancient pyramids of Egypt to contemporary architecture, limestone as a building product delivers the drama and prestige many architects and city planners and homeowners are looking for.
Ōamaru stone is used in a broad range of residential, commercial and public building projects from interior or external cladding, furniture items, feature pieces like a fireplaces and sculptures.



From traditional to thoroughly modern projects, Ōamaru natural limestone makes a unique statement of permanence and grace.



Designing interior areas using Ōamaru Stone in any of its various face finishes elevates the space. From feature wall to fireplace to display plinth, table base or home décor item, there is an option for every room of every project.



Ōamaru limestone is a great choice for your landscaping requirements. For garden beds, edging, accents, and sculptures, Ōamaru Stone provides elegance and atmosphere.

CNC fabrication

Custom Limestone

Our state-of-the-art 5-axis CNC machine is the largest stone fabricating tool in the country, one of only 2 in Australasia.
It will transform a piece of Ōamaru stone, or any natural stone for that matter, into whatever object your heart desires.


Agricultural Lime

Aglime is a Calcium Carbonate soil conditioner essential for maintaining optimum soil health.


Yu Mei, Newmarket Store

The new Yu Mei, Newmarket Store chose to utilise Oamaru stone, amongst other natural materials like onyx marble in the fit-out. The deer Nappa used to make the brand’s products are farmed in Oamaru, just around the corner from where the stone is quarried, so the geographical link between the brands is strong.

Parkside Quarries

As early as the 1860’s limestone has been quarried at various sites around North Otago, to build some of New Zealand’s most prominent architecturally designed buildings.
In 1906 the first stone was quarried from the current site on the Parkside farm. Some of the first stone produced from Parkside was used to build Ōamaru’s iconic Opera House