JG Cobblestone 

Our Cobblestones Are Environmentally Sound Recyclable Materials With More Than A Thousand Uses; From Road And Pedestrian Paving To Feature Walls And Landscaping.

Why COBBLE STONES ARE YOUR IDEAL CHOICE - EVERYTHING EXPLAINED

In recent years, landscape designers have increasingly favored concrete pavers, but the current trend towards sustainability has led to the growing popularity of cobblestones for good reasons.

These pavers are a classic, pleasing option that’ll transport you back to the days of yore, with their old-world charm. Apart from their rustic aesthetics, cobblestone pavers are durable, stain resistant, and easy to maintain- the perfect choice for your next home project.

What Are Cobblestones?

Cobble stones or cobble stone pavers are terms used for stones that are naturally cut and shaped. Most often these pavers are made from granite, but could also be made from limestone, porphyry, or basalt, among others.

Originally, they would refer to naturally-occurring riverbed stones that were shaped by the force of water. Today, the paving stones are quarried, appropriately shaped, and sold as setts to be used as cobblestone pavements for roads, walkways and pathways, feature walls, landscaping, and other outdoor spaces.

What is cobblestone paving?

Cobble stone paving is a traditional and enduring method of constructing pathways and roads that has stood the test of time. This type of paving involves using small size of naturally rounded stones or pebbles, typically granite or basalt, to create a durable and visually appealing surface.

With its origins dating back centuries, cobble stone paving has become synonymous with elegance, character, and a touch of classical look. The unique beauty and strength of cobble stone make it a popular choice for enhancing various landscapes, from historic city streets to quaint village squares and even modern gardens.

6 Benefits of Cobblestone Pavers

Durability

Cobblestones are among the few building materials that have braved the test of time. It is believed that the Romans extensively used this material for their pathways. Many countries including the US and Australia have used these stones ever since ships brought them as ballast to new settlements.

Commercial cobblestones are strong, durable, and hard wearing by nature. So, they can withstand the crushing weight of vehicles or heavy foot traffic without breaking or becoming deformed.

Additionally, they can withstand the extremities of harsh environments as is proven by the cobblestone roads in many European countries that date back to centuries This is a testament that if they’re maintained well, cobblestone pavers can last you for centuries to come!

Aesthetics and Design

Aesthetically, cobblestone paving goes well with modern homes and properties of any architectural style.
If you’re planning to sell or rent your home and want to increase its curb appeal, a driveway featuring a cobblestone design can be an ideal option. The best part is that the setts come in a range of colors from white and gray to brown with red undertones.
These cobblestones can also be installed in patterns that complement your property’s style, character, or architecture. The antique charm of cobblestone pavers will elevate the charm of your home or commercial property, as well as its value.

Stain-Resistance and Water Permeability

Commercial cobblestones are naturally resistant to stains and clean very easily with detergent. One of the most common problems with pathways or driveways that utilize concrete pavers is that they’re susceptible to stains or discoloration from oil spills or skid marks.
Removal of these stains from concrete surfaces requires intense scrubbing. The good news is that you’re less likely to face these problems with cobblestone pavers. They are extremely dense and almost impervious to liquids.
Since these environmentally-sound cobblestones are water permeable, there won’t be pools of water on their surface after a storm or heavy rains. This property is particularly beneficial in landscaped areas, where cobblestone pavers can prevent surface runoff and erosion.
Stain-Resistance and Water Permeability

Easy Installation

Easy To Install

While cobblestones installation can be a labor-intensive process, it doesn’t require an exceptional degree of skills or the use of heavy machinery. Like other types of pavers, they can either be set with wet or dry mortar.

First, you’ll have to prep the cobblestones installation area, using guide strings for the patterns and perimeter. Depending on the stone size, you’ll have to excavate the area and smoothen it.
Once a layer each of gravel and sand is spread and pressed, the installation begins. The edging stones are laid out first, followed by the field cobbles. Once the surface is flattened, you can seal the joints with loose sand or a wet, cement-based mortar.

Hassle-Free Maintenance

Granite cobblestones are perfect as they are low maintenance. You can give your cobblestones pathway a thorough wash once or twice annually, to remove any weeds or grass growing in the joints.
A well-built cobblestones pavement with high-quality, well-cut stones can last you a century or more. Usually, if you need to replace or repair it, it’s because the base gets damaged and not the natural stone itself.
Hassle-Free Maintenance

Effortless Repairs

Effortless Repairs
Unlike concrete driveways, which may require the replacement of the entire driveway, should there be any damage, cobblestone pavers are easy to repair. While the cobblestones are highly durable and strong, if a paver becomes damaged, you can easily remove it and replace it. So, it is easier to maintain and repair a cobblestone driveway, pathway, or feature wall and this proves to be cost-effective in the long run.
If the underlying base settles or is damaged, you can simply remove the stones, spread additional base materials, and reinstall the stone. Proper preparation of the paving bed during cobblestones installation prevents this issue, but in instances of exceptionally heavy traffic, this repair may become necessary.

Our Cobblestones

JINDABYNE

(WHITE/GREY COBBLESTONES)

A salt & pepper colour granite cobblestones – combines well with all other colours

80 x 80 x 45 mm

PYRMONT​

(SILVER GREY COBBLESTONES)

A mid-range natural colour granite between White/Grey & Black

80 x 80 x 45 mm

NEPEAN

(BEIGE COBBLESTONES)

Honey colour granite

80 x 80 x 45 mm

COALCLIFF

Charcoal colour granite which when wet or sealed, is very black.

Charcoal colour granite when wet or sealed it is very black 80 x 80 x 45 mm

BOURKE

A dark colour, consisting of brown with dark red tones.

Brown with dark red tones
80 x 80 x 45 mm

BALGOWLAH

A grey stone with pleasant green undertones.

Gray cobblestone with green tones
80 x 80 x 45 mm

BLACKBUTT

(JG BLACK BASALT COBBLESTONES)

Short

100 x 100 x 50 mm

Long

200 x 100 x 50 mm

RUMBLED STONE

100 x 100 x 50 mm
​200 x 100 x 50 mm

SAWN STONE

100 x 100 x 50 mm
​200 x 100 x 50 mm

PAVERS

Finished in Honed and Flamed

HILLEND

(GOLD COBBLESTONES)

80 x 80 x 45 mm

REDFERN

(DARK RED COBBLESTONES)

80 x 80 x 45 mm

UNDER REQUEST

With our wide range of Cobblestones colours, you can turn a simple pathway into an innovative lane of matching pavers. Contact us now and let's work on that colour combination!

Our Cobblestones Portfolio

A Great Cobblestone Driveway With Granite Cobblestones

If you are looking for great ideas for your driveways, garden paths, and other outdoor areas, granite cobblestones are an excellent choice due to its numerous beneficial qualities. These durable and natural stone pavers offer exceptional strength and longevity, making them perfect in high traffic areas and withstand harsh weather conditions. With a rugged texture, granite cobblestones provide excellent traction, ensuring safety and stability for vehicles and pedestrians.
Furthermore, granite cobblestones come in a wide range of attractive colors and shapes, adding a touch of elegance and sophistication to your outdoor space.

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open hours

Monday to Friday
9am to 5pm

Unit 4/33-37 College St,
Gladesville NSW Sydney 2111