Sandstone Pavers & Tiles


With these sandstone pavers, you can use them seamlessly for your outdoor paving and indoor tiling; as well as feature wall cladding, garden paths and sandstone pool pavers. Each sandstone paver, offers a unique natural texture with warm inviting tones.

We have a huge range of sandstone pavers and tiles to choose from. They come in a wide range of colours and textures such as honed, smooth or natural split sandstone. Our sandstone pavers are high-quality, feel luxurious all whilst being at very competitive prices.



Sandstone Crazy Paving

Sandstone Stepping Stones

Honed Ivory Sandstone Pavers

Sandstorm Sandstone Pavers & Tiles

Grey Sandstone Paving

Rainbow Sandstone Pavers

White Quartzite Tiles & Pavers


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What is Sandstone?

Sandstone is a type of mineral that mainly consists of sand. It is recognisable due to the warm sandy tones in the stone with swirls of tan and beige. Because of these warm neutral tones, sandstone is a popular paving stone for both contemporary and traditional home designs.

What can I use sandstone for?

Sandsone can be used in a myriad of applications in Melbourne. This includes garden paving, drive way tiles, sandstone pool pavers, outdoor pavers, indoor tiling, sandstone wall tiles and stone cladding



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How much do sandstone pavers cost?

Sandstone pavers are sold in an extensive variety of colors and shapes. The prices of these pavers could vary depending on the supplier you buy them from and the color of sandstone you choose. Some homeowners like the tan and brown shades of the material to create a contemporary-style home that adds a touch of warmth to space, while others like to keep the look neat and simple with the blue and gray tones.

Calculate the cost of the pavers before making a purchase. On average, sandstone pavers cost you somewhere between $10 and $30 per square meter.

Does Sandstone paving fade over time?

Natural stones are likely to last longer than fabricated materials. The specialty of sandstone is that it can last for several years without fading or showing any sign of wear. Sandstone doesn’t fade given that it’s taken care of properly. Given the regular maintenance and sealing, you can rest assured that sandstone will last for decades. Even the weathered look of sandstone looks beautiful. Sandstone is not as durable as granite or bluestone, but it does come with a longer lifespan than concrete and other fabricated pavers. Just seal the surface of the pavers to protect them from fading due to the regular exposure to the sunlight.



Can you pressure wash sandstone?

Sandstone has a porous surface and it is one of the sensitive natural stone pavers out there. Due to its sensitive nature, pressure washing is not recommended for sandstone pavers. You should rather stick to the floor-sweeping, mopping, and washing the surface with a garden hose. Never apply pressure to the sandstone floor, as it can lead to heavy damages to the sandstone pavers. You can give it a nice and gentle wash with warm water and a stone-special cleaning detergent. Pressure washing is recommended only if the floor has accumulated a considerable amount of dirt.



Can I use sandstone pavers around pools?

Almost all types of natural stone pavers make an excellent choice for the pool deck due to their durability, versatility, and other special features. However, sandstone is not the best choice for your pool surroundings. It is a highly porous stone and is susceptible to damages due to exposure to salt and chlorine-rich water. And, swimming pools are mostly subject to chlorine and other chemicals. So, sandstone is not recommended for pool coping. You can, however, use it to create a pathway that leads guests to the patio or connect your pool to the interiors.



What is the difference between sandstone pavers and sandstone tiles?

Sandstone is available in tile and paver forms. Both sandstone tiles and pavers look pretty similar and they are used for all types of interior and exterior paving projects. While the terms are used interchangeably, sandstone tiles and sandstone pavers are different. The difference between these two lies in their thicknesses. The pavers are relatively thicker than their tile counterparts. Generally, the pavers are 30mm thicker than tiles, while the thickness of the sandstone tiles is less than 30mm. You can measure the thickness of the stone to identify whether it is a sandstone tile or paver.



Do you have to seal sandstone?

Sealing is not compulsory but highly recommended. Basically, it is the homeowner’s choice. If you want your sandstone pavers to look good and fresh for years to come, consider sealing them with a high-quality sealant. A spray sealant can be used to build a strong coating over the freshly installed sandstone pavers and it will protect the stone from getting scratched and damaged. Sealing also keeps your sandstone pavers looking pristine for decades. Considering the porous nature of sandstone, occasional sealing for sandstone makes a good decision. It will also keep your pavers from attracting dirt and getting stained.



Is Sandstone Slippery when wet?

Sandstone is a slip-resistant natural stone, but it can get slippery when remained exposed to moisture for extended periods. How slippery sandstone can get depends largely on the type of sandstone you have chosen and its finish. Being a porous material, sandstone can absorb water relatively faster than other natural and fabricated pavers. It also makes it highly prone to damages due to mold and bacteria. One way to protect your sandstone and prevent slipperiness is by sealing it periodically. Sandstone installed around the swimming pool needs to be paved every 1-2 years. Plus, you need to wash them regularly.



Does Sandstone break easily?

Sandstone is a durable natural stone. It can last for several years without any damages or scratches given the right amount of maintenance and regular care. However, certain types of sandstone pavers can crack or get damaged easily when exposed to scorching weather or an unfavorable climate for longer periods. It’s important to seal the pavers to keep them in tip-top condition. In general, sandstone is less likely to break even if you expose it to high foot and vehicular traffic. Even if one or two slabs get damaged, the material is easy to replace.



Is Sandstone durable?

Yes, sandstone is a durable material, one of the reasons why it’s a common choice for exterior landscaping projects. Its durability might not be equivalent to the granite or slate’s durability, but it can last for many decades given the proper care and regular maintenance. Being the natural stone obtained from different parts of the world, sandstone slabs feature unique colors and patterns that give the material a unique touch. Sandstone is undoubtedly as hard as a rock, but it needs regular care and maintenance. You need to wash the pavers regularly with warm water and seal them periodically to keep them in good shape.



Are sandstone pavers porous?

Yes, sandstone is a porous material. It’s often considered as one of the most permeable stones where the water can penetrate through easily. Its porous surface doesn’t mean the stone is unfit for the use for pathways, gardens, patios, and other spaces. It’s rather the opposite. The porous nature of sandstone makes it an excellent choice for your exteriors, including patios, driveways, walkways, alfresco, and other such entertaining spaces. You must seal the surface with a quality sealant to keep it looking good for years to come. Most importantly, you must pay special attention to its maintenance.



How do you get stains out of sandstone?

Get a bucket filled with warm water and add the stone-special cleaning formula. Pour the solution on the sandstone slabs and mop it gently to remove the stain. If your sandstone pavers are stained due to the liquid spills or it’s a stubborn stain, consider scrubbing the affected area with a scrub. Leave the solution on the floor for around 30 minutes and then rinse the floor with warm water. You can use a garden hose to wash the area thoroughly. Never use acid or any harsh chemical on the sandstone floor, as they can leave a permanent stain on the floor.

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