Australian Porphyry

Porphyry Paving

There are a variety of colours available for these stones at our showrooms. The below information outlines the options we can offer you for your needs.


As the most common shade for these stones, red can often be seen with tones of pink to dark ochre tones. Usually containing speckles of orange, charcoal, pink and white, the hues can differ from one collection to the next. Both the Patagonian and Australian Porphyry belong to this primary range – both common multicoloured paving choices.


Despite being a neutral option, porphyry stones are never consistent in colour when it comes to grey tones. Hues are often seen ranging from grey tones with purple, and even tan. These vary in intensity. This paving can also differ in the colour speckles it features. Some stones have white and pink speckles (Patagonian), whilst others can have pink and red (Australian Porphyry) or pink and black (Italian Porphyry).


Primarily consisting of red, browny-purple and rusty colours, this range usually includes speckles diamonds that are of white, pink, clear or dark brown tones. Creating a dynamic appeal, these translucent features are often found in Italian Porphyry paving.


Most commonly featuring purple and deep reds, these paving stones include speckles of dark red and white. These can be found in the Australian Porphyry and Patagonia range, and often comes with a rough surface.

If you’d like to find out about the range we have available, please feel free to get in touch.

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