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Rights: Toby Wheatley Published 1 October 2012 Size: 110 KB

Some of New Zealand’s most important historic buildings have been built using Oamaru stone.
The limestone deposit found near Oamaru is a 40-metre thick layer of pure bryozoan limestone. It is fine grained, strong and durable, even textured and readily cut and shaped.