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Travertine Tiles & Travertine Pavers

FREE TRAVERTINE SAMPLE. Deliver travertine tiles and travertines pavers door-to-door across Australia. Call on 03 9706 9767 for bookings.


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Where to lay Travertine Tiles?

Travertine Tiles are naturally tough and highly non-slippery in nature that’s why they are mainly layed in the outdoor areas such as around pool, patio, driveways, pool coping and similar paving areas. Stone pavers stock different finishes of travertine – rustic, tumbled and honed. We supply travertine paving across Australia including Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide, Geelong, Ballarat, Bendigo, Pakenham and more.

What is Travertine?

Travertine is a type of limestone that forms in hot mineral springs around the world. According to Wikipedia, limestone is a sedimentary rock made of calcium carbonate, a primary component of shells. In North America, the most notable Travertine formation is Yellowstone National Park. Read our blog on what is Travertine for more information.

What is the difference between Travertine Tiles and Travertine Pavers?

The main difference between travertine tiles and travertine pavers terminology is tiles are normally referred to indoor flooring while travertine Pavers referred to the outdoor application of the tiles know as paving.

Where to use travertine?

Beautiful luxury travertine pavers Melbourne are perfect for outdoor application such as pool paving, garden sitting area, patio paving, stepping stones, driveway pavers and other outdoor pavings. You can also use travertine tiles for indoor flooring and wall cladding.

Got more questions? Great! Learn more About Travertine here – Frequently Asked Questions About Travertine Tiles & Pavers

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