Pebbles & Gravels

Please contact us for pricing and delivery rates. We can deliver any of these products 7 days a week.

Decorative gravels are used in driveways and pathways and as an inorganic mulch in the garden or in your pots. The gravels at Cobblepatch come in a variety of colours and sizes to suit any garden. You can purchase large quantities in bulk or have any product bagged up should you require smaller quantities. The bagged prices start from $10 per bag depending on the gravel.

Please note: All pictures are indicative only with bulk product colour variations naturally occurring.

Fruit Salad 20MM - $149/m3

Fruit Salad 20MM – $149/m3

A crushed decorative stone with a variety of bright colours. A nice highlighting touch to landscaped areas. Colours vary between batches.

River Pebble 20MM - $159/m3

River Pebble 20MM – $159/m3

Naturally rounded 20mm river pebble, suitable for driveways, gardens and any space with natural tones.

River Pebble 40MM - $139/m3

River Pebble 40MM – $139/m3

Naturally rounded 40mm river pebble, suitable for driveways, gardens and pathways. Perfect for highlighting natural, earthy tones in landscaped areas or to offset features both bright and dark tones.

River Pebble 40-80MM - $139/m3 - OUT OF STOCK

River Pebble 40-80MM – $139/m3 – OUT OF STOCK

Great for creating a dry river bed, gardens, garden edging, featured areas.

River Pebble 80-150 -MM $139/m3

River Pebble 80-150 -MM $139/m3

Great for creating a dry river bed, gardens, garden edging, featured areas & perfect for Hangi’s.

River Light Pebble 20MM - $149/m3

River Light Pebble 20MM – $149/m3

A natural 20mm river pebble with a lighter tone. Earthy, ocean colours of white, gold, grey, peach and blue add a sophisticated note to gardens, pathways and landscaped features.

Peaches and Cream 20MM Crushed sandstone- $129/m3

Peaches and Cream 20MM Crushed sandstone- $129/m3

A bright and light peach and cream toned crushed 20mm sandstone. A great and budget friendly addition to landscaped areas.

Tumbled Sandstone 40-60mm - $179/m3

Tumbled Sandstone 40-60mm – $179/m3

A lovely tumbled sandstone in a 40-60mm grade. White, orange and deep pink tones adding a bright touch to feature gardens and areas.

Coral White 20MM - $349/m3

Coral White 20MM – $349/m3

A stunning bright decorative stone with small crystals that glimmer in the sun. Adds a bright, feature touch to any space.

Ivory Crush 20mm - $269/m3

Ivory Crush 20mm – $269/m3

A light crushed white stone with hints of colour throughout. Perfect for highlighting feature areas.

Caramel Blue 20mm - $119/m3

Caramel Blue 20mm – $119/m3

A crushed 20mm stone with burnt caramels, blues, greys and hints of pink/purple. A great budget friendly choice.

Drainage Gravels Blue Stone 10mm & 20mm - $99/m3, 5mm - $109/m3

Drainage Gravels Blue Stone 10mm & 20mm – $99/m3, 5mm – $109/m3

Our Drainage Gravels come in three different sizes, to suit your landscaping needs, 10mm & 20mm $99/m3, 5mm $109/m3.

Recycled Concrete 20mm - $79/m3

Recycled Concrete 20mm – $79/m3

A budget alternative to drainage gravel or decorative pebble.


What is the difference between pebbles and gravels?

It is important that you know the difference between pebbles, gravel, and crushed rock so it is easier for you to decide what you actually want in your garden. Pebbles are round semi-polished pieces of rock made smooth by the continuous action of water on them. They are usually obtained near river or sea deposits and comprise of very hard pieces of quartz, chert, silica, and other minerals. Gravel is more or less just like pebbles. The difference is that pebbles are more attractive, well rounded, polished and with good colours whereas gravel is rather dull and irregular in shape.

Can Pebbles & Gravel be used as mulch?

Stones and mulch are often used together in landscaping to reduce weeds by blocking light to the plant. Each has its pros and cons, so making a decision between using mulch or stones requires a little research. The advantages of stone cover are that pebbles and gravels are a wonderful once-and-done endeavour. Unlike mulch, once installed pebbles and gravels don’t need to be replaced. While the upfront cost will be high, the long-term savings compared to the annual purchase of mulch is very significant. pebbles and gravels are great at suffocating weeds and show a better success rate at weed-prevention than mulch.

How do you stop weeds growing through pebbles & gravel?

Pebbles and gravels are an excellent ground covering. They come in different colours and sizes, can be used in many different areas, and suppress unwanted plant growth. However, some pesky weeds can grow quickly through pebbles and gravels. To get rid of weeds in pebbles quickly, you can apply weed killer, salt, or boiling water. In order to prevent future weed growth in pebble-topped areas, you can lay landscape fabric, install a border around your pebbles, or top your pebbles off until it they are 3–5 inches deep. There are even more drastic measures, such as preparing your soil with sand and/or mulch before laying landscape fabric and pebbles. With a little preparation you can set your pebbles and gravels up to successfully stop any weeds from growing through.

How thick should Pebbles & gravel be for landscaping?

Decorative pebbles and gravels can be used in almost any area of your yard as an attractive and functional ground cover. How thickly you lay the pebbles and gravels is up to you, however there are some guidelines that you can follow to help you work out the best thickness for your landscaping. The suggested depth of coverage varies according to the size of the individual stones. If the stone size is 1/2-inch or less, the suggested depth is 2-inches. Stones that are 3/4-inch to 1-inch should have a depth of about 3-inches. Stones that are 1-inch or larger should have a depth of 4-inches. You should also keep in mind that smaller stones may shift more in heavy rain.

Cobble Patch Landscaping Supplies


At Cobble Patch Loganlea we provide the best range of landscaping supplies and landscaping materials. Our delivery can be organised to all major Logan & Brisbane suburbs including South Brisbane, Tingalpa, Beenleigh and the Gold Coast.