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Outdoor Tiles

Outdoor tiles need to be functional, durable and hard-wearing. Designed to withstand the harsh Australian climate and look good for years to come, we've curated a selection of external tiles that will go the distance. Explore a wide range of colours, textures and sizes of outdoor tiles that have been selected to suit all kinds of outdoor spaces.

Outdoor tiles chosen for you by the experts

Transform the outdoor spaces of your home with our stunning range of external tiles. Whether you have a garden, patio, balcony or poolside area, these tiles are designed to elevate your outdoor aesthetics while providing durability and functionality. With a wide variety of styles, colours and textures available, you can create an inviting and visually appealing environment that seamlessly blends with your home's architecture. If your dream home has a statement pool, you might like our pool tiles that are serious about safety and style.

Our outdoor tiles are crafted from high-quality materials that are specifically engineered to withstand the harsh Australian elements and retain their beauty over time. These tiles are resistant to fading, cracking and moisture, making them the perfect choice for any external application. Whether it's scorching heat, heavy rain or freezing temperatures, our tiles will maintain their structural integrity and visual appeal, ensuring long-lasting performance and minimal maintenance requirements.

From natural stone finishes to sleek and contemporary designs, our outdoor tiles cater to diverse aesthetic preferences. Create a rustic charm with textured slate or achieve a modern, minimalist look with smooth porcelain tiles. Our collection also includes options that mimic the appearance of wood, providing a warm and inviting ambiance without the associated maintenance and vulnerability to weathering.

In addition to their aesthetic versatility, our outdoor tiles are designed to enhance safety in outdoor areas. Many of our tiles feature non-slip surfaces, providing excellent traction even when wet, reducing the risk of slips and falls. This makes them ideal for areas surrounding swimming pools, pathways and other high-traffic zones where safety is a top priority.

Revitalise your outdoor living spaces with our premium selection of external tiles. Explore our range today and discover the perfect combination of style, durability and functionality to create a stunning outdoor oasis that you and your loved ones can enjoy for years to come. Our article on outdoor tile ideas can show you how to incorporate a diversity of tile styles and where to place them.


How do I choose the right outdoor tiles?
To choose the most suitable outdoor tiles, it is best to go for durable tiles and tiles with texture to reduce slipping, as outdoor tiles are prone to getting wet. Always remember to choose tiles that also suit your style
Can you use outdoor tiles inside?
There are no rules when it comes to using outdoor tiles inside. If using outdoor tiles inside suits your style and personal preference, go for it. It is quite common to use outdoor porcelain tiles indoors
How do I make outdoor tiles shine?
To keep your outdoor tiles looking clean and shiny all year round, it is best to regularly clean them with a pressure washer. If you don't have access to one of these, we recommend using a hose
What types of tiles are best suited for outdoor applications?
When selecting tiles for outdoor use, choosing materials that are durable, weather-resistant and suitable for outdoor conditions is essential. Items like porcelain. natural stone, concrete and ceramic (with an outdoor rating) are ideal for the harsher elements of outdoor environments. When choosing outdoor tiles, it's important to consider factors such as the climate, intended use and maintenance requirements. Additionally, ensure that the selected tiles have a slip-resistant surface to prevent accidents, especially in wet conditions.
What are the best practices for installing outdoor tiles to ensure longevity?
Proper installation practices are vital for the longevity of outdoor tiles. Follow these best practices: Prepare the surface by cleaning it thoroughly and ensuring it is level. Ensure adequate drainage to prevent water damage. Use outdoor-specific adhesives and grouts suitable for your tiles. Incorporate expansion joints to accommodate temperature changes. Apply sealants as necessary and perform regular maintenance. For complex projects, consider professional installation for expert guidance and long-lasting results.
What colours are popular for outdoor living tiles?
When it comes to outdoor living tiles, your personal taste should always take priority over popular trends. That being said, we've gathered some inspiration for popular colours for outdoor tiles. Popular colours include earth tones like sandy beige and warm terracotta for a welcoming ambiance in natural surroundings. Cool tones like shades of grey and blue offer a contemporary look, while neutral colours like off-white and light grey are versatile and complement various styles. Soft blues and greens create a tranquil atmosphere for a relaxing outdoor space. For a unique touch, consider vibrant accent tiles in bold colours like red, yellow, or orange, adding excitement and visual interest to the overall design.
How do I clean outdoor living tiles?
To maintain the appearance and durability of outdoor living tiles, follow these steps for effective cleaning. Start by removing loose debris using a broom, leaf blower, or garden hose. Prepare a cleaning solution with warm water and mild detergent or a specialized outdoor tile cleaner. Gently scrub the tiles with a soft-bristle brush, paying attention to stubborn stains. Rinse thoroughly with clean water, using a hose or pressure washer at a low setting. For tough stains, use a suitable stain remover. Allow the tiles to air dry completely before using the outdoor space again. Be cautious not to walk on wet tiles to avoid slipping or causing marks.