Bluestone Tiles 500x500x12mm $45.50 m2

20mm pavers suitable for outdoor paving

600 x 600 mm

Sawn Edge (20mm)

Price/piece: $26.09


Bluestone Tiles Double Honed – Indoor Flooring

Size: 500mmx500mm

Thickness: 12mm

Finish: Double Honed

Price: $45.50 Per m2

Bluestone tiles are versatile stone suitable for heavy wear areas such as driveways. It is equally at home when used in a casual garden path, stepping stones or around a modern pool setting. Bluestone retains its appeal over many decades and responds well to sealing, which makes cleanup very easy.

Honed Finish Basalt – Melbourne Supplier

Honed Bluestone pavers as well known as Honed finish Basalt, has been buffed with a honing machine to create a smooth yet non-slip surface appropriate for interior and exterior applications, including swimming pool coping tiles. Bluestone is a dense, durable hardwearing stone often used in commercial , e.g. paving in Melbourne CBD, airports, hotels, etc.

Class 1 Bluestone – China

This type of Bluestone is the best available in Australia and is our favourite. It is from a particular quarry in Fujian province in China and most closely resembles Australian Bluestone in colour, texture and catspaw distribution.
It is a stable type of bluestone and does not require fixing additives in the mortar making it a tradesman‘s favourite. This reduces costs substantially during the fixing process. Edwards was the first to release this bluestone into the Victorian market, and it is unsurpassed in quality.

Class 2 Bluestone – China

This type of Bluestone is from Hainan in China and is sold under different names, including local Australian suburbs. It is a hard and dense Bluestone; with a fine grain, it closely resembles a concrete look.
There are three different types from Hainan, a premium grade, a type that rusts prolifically over time, and a third grade which has significant colour variation. In all cases Hainan Bluestone Must be chemically adhered during the fixing process.
This means chemical additives MUST be used during the fixing process. Failure to do often causes the stone to fail to bond to the mortar during the fixing process.Failure to do often cause the stone to fail to bond with the mortar during the fixing process.
This type of Bluestone is significantly cheaper, but the cost of fixing is significantly more.
We only stock the premium grade of Hainan Bluestone.