The range of pavers available from Austral Bricks offer a selection of colours, styles and size choices
Austral Bricks have taken their collection of pavers to a new level of style with the release of a numerous beautiful paving ranges. The new smorgasbord of pavers has been welcomed by landscapers, architects, builders and home owners.
The Moda Ceramic Pressed pavers offer a touch if Italy and are available in five stylish colours; Sanza, Leola, Zumo, Sol and Bella. The European inspired paver is available in two large format sizes measuring 300mm x 300mm x 40mm and 300mm x 600mm x 40mm.
Natalie Frendo, Austral Bricks NSW marketing manager, explained that the Moda Ceramic Pressed collection of pavers offers first rate paver technology and design, bringing a new sophistication to paving.
“We have also released the Riviera Gen Z Freedom and Riviera Classic pavers. Both of these Riviera ranges are available in 300x300x40mm and 300x600x40mm formats with bullnose pavers to match.
The Riviera Freedom Ceramic pavers feature the revolutionary Paveshield surface treatment that protects the pavers from the build up of mould and mildew as well from stains such as food and drink,” said Natalie.
The Everyday Life paving range is an attractive wire cut finish paver with the warm, rich natural colours of clay. The 230mm x 114mm x 55mm pavers are available in a choice of red, brown, grey and cream.
The European style Estilo pavers are available in selection of inviting colours and in large formats. The striking colours include Sombra (black), Tinta (burgundy), Cromo (silver) and Neve (white). These pavers are also protected against stains with Paveshield.
“Today’s architecture demands pavers for landscaping that will help transform gardens, by providing a richness of colour to complement plants, shrubs and lawns and the surrounding streetscape.
“By having large and smaller format clay pavers in our range there is a much wider choice for inspired landscaping. Interesting patterns can be created adding even more variety for stunning effects,” Natalie Frendo added.