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Quality road base and decorative stone products from Mandurah’s landscaping experts

Whether you’re completing a landscaping project for a client or want to improve the look of your private garden, stone products can enhance outside spaces in multiple ways. From creating striking garden paths and driveways to covering walkways, stone is an incredibly versatile material available in many different varieties.


At Hamiltons Landscape Supplies, Soils Aint Soils, our affordable stone products are of the highest quality, and we have a vast selection of shades to choose from. We can offer guidance and advice on what type of stone to purchase for your specific project and will provide free quotes for all enquiries.

Some uses for our road base and decorative stone products

  • Gravel and stones can be used as a water-saving mulch on garden beds

  • Decorative stones will enhance water features

  • Blue metal dust is ideal for using under artificial turf

  • Road base is great for driveways and pathways in your garden

  • Use with stepping stones for those out of the way areas

  • Exposed aggregate applications

Our Range

Moora Rainbow Stone

One of our most popular stones, rainbow stone is a light, multi-coloured quartz gravel that has many uses in today’s landscapes. Available in bulk and bags, rainbow stone is used as a decorative mulch, in pathways and exposed aggregate applications. 

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Summerstone a whiter coloured quartz than rainbow stone. Available in bulk and also in bags Summerstone is used as a decorative mulch, in pathways and exposed aggregate applications. 

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Pea Gravel – cracked

Available in bulk, cracked pea gravel is a crushed, angular alternative to the round pea gravel. Cracked pea is a popular product as it tends to pack down compared to the round pea gravel that can prove a little slippery underfoot. This is a great product for budget-conscious customers who want a natural, warm feel to their path or mulched garden area. 

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Red Crushed Brick

Red crushed brick is the dominant material for this product; other materials may include terracotta roofing tile, ceramic tile, wall plaster, mortar and similar brick colours. The best application for this product ranges between ground cover for courtyard settings, garden landscaping, and placement around plants, rockeries and pathways with stepping stones.

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Red Brick Dust

Red brick Dust is the screened off smaller-fractions from Red Crushed Brick. The best application for this product ranges between walkways, inside shade houses, verge parking areas and small driveways.

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Limestone 2-10

Limestone fragments are ideal for informal pathways and driveways as well as for use with stepping stones for those out of the way areas.

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Limestone - Road Base

Limestone road base (or crushed limestone) is commonly used as a road base under paths and driveways, in poured limestone concrete, and loose as an informal path. 

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Red Gravel - Road Base

Offering a truly Australian feel, this rich, burnt orange gravel is popular in native gardens as a natural, informal path as well as in driveways to achieve the country homestead look.

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Blue Metal - Road Base

Blue metal road base is a combination of various sized pieces of blue metal and blue metal dust. As the name suggests, this mix binds together really well when compacted to make a terrific road base underneath paving or as a pathway. It is also ideal for small footings and post holes.

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Blue Metal - Dust

Also called cracka dust or decomposed granite, this is created by finely crushing blue metal. It is commonly used as a base for artificial lawns and screeds, and also can be used in pathways and driveways. Blue metal dust also compacts down well. 

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Blue Metal - 20mm

Generally used as the aggregate component in concrete for footings, pads, and driveways. This product may be used at the bottom of pots or planters to assist with drainage, as a decorative mulch, an informal path, or even to assist with drainage in soak wells.

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Basalt - 20mm

Basalt is used as a decorative rock in landscaping, garden beds & pathways. Basalt is black in colour when wet.


Obsidian Blue Glass Rock

Our aqua blue glass rocks are a stunning architectural accent to any contemporary landscaped garden.

These larger sized glass pieces are ideal for use in gabion walls, ponds and garden edging. Some of our customers even like to select pieces to have in their home as a feature on coffee tables and shelves. Please be aware that this rock is not suitable for walking on, as sharp edges may be present.

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