Bluestone is a volcanic rock used extensively during the 1850s, in Victoria. Being heavy and difficult to carve, it was predominantly used for warehouses, the foundations of homes and public buildings, cobblestone roads, as well as walls, bridges, kerbs and gutters. Hoobler Stone bluestone provides a cost-effective alternative to achieve that wonderful olde world look. It comes as pitchers, mix (oblong shapes in a range of sizes) and foundation stones from 300mm through to 900mm. It is perfect for period home restorations and reproductions.