Register For A Tour

Would you like to take a tour of our Munster site and see exactly what’s involved in our cement and lime production? Please register using the form below.

This is a great opportunity to learn more about what happens across our large site, including the manufacturing process and our environmental management systems. It will give an opportunity to meet some of our expert staff. 

You’ll even be able to take the lift to the top of Kiln 6 and see the layout of the plant, surrounding suburbs and our award winning wetlands.

If you would like to visit us, complete the registration form below. You’ll receive an email in return acknowledging we have received your request and then one of our staff members will be in direct contact with you to organise a date and time on a suitable tour.

Each tour request allows you to bring one guest and their names and details need to be filled out on the form below.

The tour is not appropriate for children under the age of 15 as Munster is an operating manufacturing facility. A parent must accompany and take responsibility for a child over the age of 15.

A tour of the site requires all visitors to undertake a brief safety induction and wear appropriate clothing – this is long pants and closed in shoes, without heels. Visitors cannot join a tour without appropriate clothing.

Register for a Tour

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