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Stepping Stones - Importers & Wholesaler in Australia

Stepping Stones

Stepping stones enhance your garden trails or walkways effortlessly. They are ideal for pathways leading to entryways or for perimeter around lawn areas. The slip-resistant stones make pathways visually alluring. Garden Stepping Stones also double as pavers in residential and commercial properties. Our natural Stepping Stones come in Bluestone, Limestone, and Granite in round, rectangular and free form.

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Available in a variety of sizes, these stones prevent you from losing balance or getting your feet muddy in the face of water-logged areas. Besides, they are a fantastic way to minimise trampling of lawn. Easy to lay and a great design statement for outdoors, our Stepping Stones come in Granite, Limestone, Travertine, and Sandstone in several colours and textures.

Stone Depot is the largest wholesale supplier of premium natural stones in Sydney. Our Stepping Stones are popular across Perth, Canberra, Melbourne and many more places. We believe there is one stone for every space and our stones help you personalize that space. Our extensive range of pavers, tiles, and walling is available in Granite, Travertine, Limestone, Marble, and more.

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What is the difference between pavers and Stepping Stones?

The Stones as paving material are for specific confined areas like patio or courtyard. Stepping Stones are for paths and undefined curves like walkways or entry paths.

Can I use Stepping Stones as pavers?

You can use Stepping Stones as pavers. Our Stepping Stones are 30mm thick and can easily be used as pavers while maintaining their original irregular shape and color. Stones in Granite, Limestone or Bluestone are quite durable and suitable as pavers.

Can I lay Stepping Stones on dirt?

Though Stepping Stones can be laid directly on dirt or soil, it is not recommended to do so. Soil erodes and sinks over time which may cause the Stones to lose their balance or sink into dirt. It is advisable to create a solid level surface with sand or a bed of crushed Stones beneath Stepping Stones.

How do you stabilize a Stepping Stone?

You can sweep in sand or polymeric sand between the joints so that Stepping Stones stay in place. Sand can however get washed away, leaving the Stones unstable. You can add plastic or lay landscaping fabric under the sand or gravel to sperate them from subsoil.

How do you lay flagstone Stepping Stones?

The process of laying Stepping Stones starts by excavating the area beneath each stone. The depth of the pit should be at least an inch deeper than the stone’s thickness. Add gravel or polymeric sand and flatten them as much as possible. Place the Stones on top and tap them gently. You can add more sand to give more support around the stone.

Are Stepping Stones expensive?

Stepping Stones’ cost generally depends on the material of the stone and the availability in the area. If you are using Stones from a discarded or broken slabs, they might cost less. The average cost of Stepping stone varies between $6 and $8.