Tuscan Path’s Paver Collection features the finest quality natural stone products for walls, floors, steps and other outdoor areas. Ideal for indoor design, garden or landscaping applications, these pavers will infuse your home with natural warmth and create welcoming and joyful surroundings.

At Tuscan Path, we have the latest shapes, colours and textures for retaining walls, garden walls and steps. The natural raw materials we use are eco-friendly, strong, durable and very cost effective.

Each of the pavers within our collection is chosen for their style, visual effect and timeless design. In addition,  these pavers possess the advantage of:

  • Rich, fade-resistant colour
  • Durable qualities ( strong and hard wearing)
  • Slip resistant surface

These intrinsic qualities ensure they withstand all types of extreme weather conditions and last a lifetime.

Our current Paver Collection includes:

  • Pebble Mesh Tiles
  • Click Together Pavers
  • Natural Stone Pavers
  • Stack a Stone


To view our range of pavers, please click here


Our Paver Range

To view our range of pavers, simply click below:

   Pebble Mesh Tiles
   Click Together Pavers
   Natural Stone Pavers
   Stack a Stone


Useful Information

   Our Range
   Calculating paver requirements
   Creative ideas and uses
   Laying your Pavers
   Care and maintenance

Pebble Mesh Tiles

Pebble Mesh Tiles are an innovative way of bringing natural pebbles and stone into your living space in a more structured and formal way.

Using natural pebbles, the selected product is pre-mixed with a non-toxic resin glue and adhered to a seamless fine mesh backing to create a beautiful tile sheet. These sheets can be laid as is or easily trimmed to shape, making them ideal for floors, steps and walls.

Pebble Mesh Tiles are easy to install, clean and maintain and serve as a permanent decorative finish that improves the appearance of any surface.  These tiles are also flush which makes it resistant to slipping; so they are highly suitable for wet areas such as bathrooms, kitchens, entrances and pool areas

These Pebble Mesh Tiles are available in six beautiful colour finishes and all can be used extensively in both indoor and outdoor designs.

Pebble Mesh Tiles Colour Sheet Sizes
Natural Pebble Cream 300mm x 300mm
Natural Pebble Pieces Grey 300mm x 300mm
Polished Pebble Black 300mm x 300mm
Snow White Pieces White 300mm x 300mm
White Marble Pieces Natural 300mm x 300mm

 To view our range of Pebble Mesh Tiles, please click here


Click Together Pavers

Click Together Pavers are a great way of adding a touch of elegance or contemporary sophistication to your indoor or outdoor living spaces.

As the name suggests, these tiles are adhered to a strong, durable plastic backing complete with click elements. These elements snap securely together to create a beautiful stone tile floor without the laying difficulty or expense.

There are so many advantages of these easy-to-lay tiles:

  • As they are not a permanent fixture, you can move them around  within your living space and take them with you when you move
  • Being the same size and structure, they are not required to be laid in any sequence or order
  • They can be laid on sand or grass avoiding the work required in preparing a floored or base area.

Click Together Pavers are manufactured using the two most popular materials:

Granite – one of the hardest a dense/thick and durable material renowned for its unmistakable decorative quality and beauty. Granite is an incredibly versatile; equally popular as an outdoor and indoor surface in higher traffic areas because of its low maintenance requirements and toughness.

Slate – is also a natural hard stone that is extremely durable and wears very well over time. In addition to its beautiful finish, slate is a popular choice because of its durability

Tuscan Path’s Click Together Tile collection includes both 1-piece and 4-piece finishes:

Click Together Pavers Sheet Sizes
Granite 1 Piece 300mm x 300mm x 24mm
Slate 1 Piece 300mm x 300mm x 24mm

To view our range of Click Together Pavers, please click here


Natural Stone Pavers

Natural stone paving has a truly unique beauty, colour and texture; allowing you to bring the beauty of nature to your indoor or outdoor living space.

Their unique beauty and functionality provides a versatile and stylish product for flooring, landscaping, feature stone walls and outdoor entertaining areas.

Tuscan Path’s Stone Paver collection is the only paver currently in the Australian market that is 100% pure stone. This purity offers many advantages, including:

  • Structural integrity – our pavers rate at 6.5 kiloneutrons (5 kiloneutrons are required for a driveway) which makes them exceptionally strong, durable and made to last
  • A unique earthy appearance – each stone paver has its own texture and colour allowing you to add a distinctive touch to your project
  • Timelessness – by combining unique textures and an earthy palette, these pavers transcend time and changing trends. No other building material can match its beauty, strength and ability to withstand the test of time
  • Natural beauty - colour, striations and flecks cannot be replicated. These characteristics create a depth and richness found only in natural stone.

Tuscan Path source a premium selection of natural stone pavers in two popular materials:

  • Bluestone Pavers: is a richly coloured bluish-grey, argillaceous sandstone that is strong, durable and offers impressive slip and scratch resistance.
  • Sandstone pavers: formed from sedimentary rock, which are mainly composed of calcium carbonate, quartz and iron oxide. In addition to their  rich natural appeal, they are very durable and versatile

Both stone pavers are available in two sizes:

Natural Stone Pavers Sheet Sizes

300mm x 300mm x 20mm

600mm x 300mm x 20mm


300mm x 300mm x 20mm

600mm x 300mm x 20mm


To view our range of Natural Stone Pavers, please click here


Calculating your Paver requirements - Guidelines

Paver coverage is affected by a number of factors, including the coverage area and size of paver. To get you started, we have have included a GUIDELINE to help you identify the quantity of pavers required to satisfy your project needs.

We also encourage you to contact or visit your nearest Bunnings store for assistance. We cannot accept any responsibility if you under or over order.

To determine how many pavers you require for your project, please download these useful Pavers Calculation Instructions

Please Note: While we have taken every care to ensure the accuracy of this DIY information, Tuscan Path cannot be held responsible for any of the advice contained in our website and where appropriate we advise you to consult a professional.




Creative Ideas & Uses

The natural beauty of these stunning stone pavers allows you to add greater interest, character and personality to your living spaces. Below are a few ideas to get you started.

MAKE OUTDOOR SURFACES SPECIAL | Pavers are both stylish and functional when laid on driveways, garage floors, pool decks and entertainment areas.  

ENHANCE YOUR GARDEN LANDSCAPE | Pavers can be used as part of your garden landscaping, including retaining garden walls, paths, walkways and water features

REFRESH YOU INTERIOR FLOORS | Each of our pavers are easily laid and designed to create instant effect, ambience and appeal. Pavers look particularly good in wet areas, such as the bathroom and kitchen, and can be used on the floor and/or walls

ADD TO YOUR FRONT FACIA | pavers can be added to exterior walls, pillars and even your letterbox to create a modern home theme

CREATE A ‘FEATURE’ WALL | either inside or outside. Stack a Stone create a focal point or decorative accent

CREATE A DECORATIVE ACCENT | pavers can be used to create interest within your home. In addition to floors and feature walls, these versatile tiles are great for  tub surrounds, kitchen back splashes, fireplace hearths and wall, pool liners and patio surfaces 


Laying your Pavers

Once you have chosen the pavers best suited to your living space, the correct laying of pavers is vital to their overall look and appearance.

To assist you with this process, we have included some paver laying guidelines for you to download:

•    Please click here for a general guide to laying Pebble Mesh Tiles
•    Please click here for a step-by-step guide to laying Pebble Mesh Tiles
•    Please click here for a guide to laying Click Together Pavers
•    Please click here for a guide to laying Natural Stone Pavers
•    Please click here for a guide to laying Stack a Stone Tiles

We also have 8 helpful tips to remember when laying your pavers:

  1. Prior to commencing your project, we strongly encourage you to contact your nearest Bunnings store to discuss your project and installation requirements.
  2. When you measure the area to be laid, add 5%-10% more to your order to cover wastage, breakages, small tile cut pieces and repairs/replacements in the future
  3. Whenever using sealants and acids, please ensure that you follow the manufacturer’s recommended method of application
  4. If you are working in an unstructured area (ie. Without edges or borders), you should mark out your site with pieces of string, chalk, or temporary line paint for an even, clear idea of how your paving will look and also giving you straight edges to work with
  5. To avoid water pooling on your pavers, they should be slightly above the surface of the surrounding ground at all points. Thus, when planning the slope, begin what will be the highest point
  6. If you are laying a paver base or floor, try not to disturb your laying bed by walking on the compacted base. Walk on the pavers you have already laid but be careful not to tread on edges as they pavers may tilt and shift the sand or your base resulting in an uneven job
  7. Once your pavers are laid, the pavers should be compacted to secure the paving in place:
    • for small areas, your pavers can be compacted using a rubber mallet and a hardwood plank
    • for larger spaces, you can use a mechanical plate compactor with a piece of carpet or rubber mat under the compactor to prevent the pavers from being scratched, chipped or damaged (optional)
  8. To bring your application to its full potential, paver sealing can be a good idea. All stone is porous to some degree so if they are not properly treated with a protective sealer, water, oils or other liquids can penetrate the stone. Clear gloss or flat stone non-yellowing professional acrylic grade sealants are available

Please Note: While we have taken every care to ensure the accuracy of this DIY information, Tuscan Path cannot be held responsible for any of the advice contained in our website and where appropriate we advise you to consult a professional.


Paver Care & Maintenance

Each of the pavers within the Tuscan Path’s Paver Collection are chosen for their quality, appearance, durability and resilience. However, as they are a natural product, the correct treatment is important to retain their beauty, avoid stains and discolouration, and guarantee the longevity of the natural stone. Detailed below are a number of suggestions for the cleaning, protection and maintenance of your pavers.

Cleaning your Pavers

After laying has been completed and thoroughly dried, you can use a commercially available cleaner, vinegar solution, mild detergent or a 10% hydrochloric acid solution applied with a stiff brush.

Always check with the manufacturer before attempting to use acids, cleaning products or sprays on your pavers; as you run the risk of discolouring them.

Protecting your Pavers

All stone is porous; so if stone pavers are not properly treated with a protective sealer, water, oils or other liquids can easily penetrate the stone, leaving behind unwanted stains.

To bring your application to its full potential, we recommend applying a sealant to the pavers. Sealant renders the pavers water repellent, intensifies the stone colour and protects against stains. For outdoor areas, sealant helps keep your sand in place and prevent weeds and ant activity in any gaps.

For maximum ongoing protection, we recommend that all pavers should be sealed with a quality penetrating sealer directly following installation.

There are a wide range of water-based sealers that are easy to use, easy to clean-up, emit little to no fumes and can be applied while the tiles are still damp.

If you decide to use a sealing product, it is best to contact or visit your nearest Bunnings store for advice. Be sure to remind them that you want a formulation that is best suited to natural stone surfaces.

Before treating your paver surface:

  • the pavers must be thoroughly cleaned. Ensure all deposits and product residues are removed from the surface and from the pores.
  • test the sealer on an inconspicuous area first to ensure it is gives you the result you want and is compatible with the stone tiles
  • use impregnators only on completely dry surfaces. Otherwise, the product will not be able to penetrate into the surface

When applying the sealant, please ensure it is applied evenly; carefully remove any excess product off the surface and do not allow streaks or puddles to dry. Also be aware that some types of stone pavers may turn slightly darker after treatment.

Maintaining your Pavers

Outdoor Pavers |
Pavers laid outdoors should be swept with a stiff broom on a regular basis to remove loose leaves, sand, dust, tanbark or pine chips with a broom.

Pavers installed outside should also be subject to the occasional hose down, and then allowed to drain and dry.

If a stubborn stain appears, you must correctly identify the stain source to ensure the right treatment. For example, chewing gum can be easily removed using ice or a CRC Freeze Spray to harden the gum, which is then smashed and shattered using a mallet.

Stains best attacked while dry include moss, mould, leaves and lichen. Whilst they won't damage the pavers, they will cause them to become slippery, If vigorous brushing with a wet brush doesn't work, mix 10 parts water to one part white vinegar and soak for 10 minutes. Gently hose the area before the solution dries.

Indoor Pavers |
Pavers laid indoors should be swept and mopped on a regular basis. Dusty internal pavers can be vacuum cleaned and then wiped over with a damp 'sponge style' mop. Cotton rope mops are not recommended. Pavers installed in internal wet areas should also be subject to the occasional hose down, and then allowed to drain and dry.

For food or beverage stains, use a neutral or organic cleaner diluted with water and rinse well. This should also eliminate the most resistant grime.

If pavers become chipped or cracked, it is probably easiest and cheapest to replace the individual tile. However, if the crack is not highly noticeable it should be left alone – otherwise it will need to be broken up and replaced

Sealers can also be used periodically to minimise staining and discoloration. You can re-seal every two years, taking care in heavy wear areas and salt-water locations.

Please download these useful Paver Care & Maintenance Instructions

Please Note: While we have taken every care to ensure the accuracy of this DIY information, Tuscan Path cannot be held responsible for any of the advice contained in our website and where appropriate we advise you to consult a professional.