Ombres and bands of colour make this travertine the height of modernity whilst still maintaining its rustic flair.


Top Notes – hints of olive green.
Middle Notes – rich, warm cream.
Base Notes – mushroom grey.

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Type And Size In(Mm)
Paver - 600x400x27
Salt Resistance (AS/NZS - 4456.10)
Slip Resistance (AS/NZS 3661.1:1993)

  • Stocked Item
  • Suitable for Outdoors
  • Suitable for Indoors
  • Slip Resistant Options
  • Pool Safe (Certain Finishes Only)


Frequently Asked Questions

Travertine is a type of limestone that has generally formed through an evaporative process around hot springs and thermal vents. Typically, a more durable stone than common limestones. Characterised by a directional nature present in the stone and open cavities; this gives travertine pavers a rustic and raw look that looks perfect in the Australian outdoor landscape.

The biggest misconception about travertine is that the quality is less if the cavities are more. Travertine should have even cavities up to 15mm diameter evenly throughout. What the consumer should look for as a negative is a lack of cavities as this can indicate the presence of clays and loose materials. They should also look into the cavity- you should see a clean crystalline structure in the travertine paver. 

We do recommend sealing your pool pavers to get the most out of them. Sealing will not only help with maintenance of the stone it will also help prevent discolouration of your grout. For more information on sealing, get in touch with us and one of our expert team will be happy to help you.

When it comes to choosing the best stone to put around a pool, marble, travertine, and limestone are three great options. These materials are known for their durability, beauty, and versatility, making them ideal for pool surrounds. There is not much difference between them when it comes to longevity and maintenance. The choice between them comes down to personal preference, design, and budget.