Golden Dune Granite has long been favoured for its durability and warm tones. The granite’s warm color varies with the depth of the quarry, ranging from dark golden to near off-white, showing specks of cardinal bright ochre and black. Interesting color variations occur within individual pieces, especially those cut in large formats. 


The natural texture of the exposed minerals of this timeless and versatile material are complemented and enhanced by our unique hand finishes. Typically, tool marks lighten the stone, creating a cool ivory color that offers a striking contrast to the warmer, toasted, unmarked surface. Its most popular finishes are split, point stalk and bush hammer.

Recommended Uses

Pavers, veneer, stair blocks, quoins, coping/caps, curbs, sills/lintels, drain grates, carved objects, columns, sinks/tubs, slabs and cobblestones


Golden Dune Granite pavers are often installed sand set.

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Min thickness 0.75" / 20mm
Bush Hammer
Min thickness 1.5" / 38mm
Fine Adze
Min thickness 1.5" / 38mm
Coarse Adze
Min thickness 2" / 50mm
2 Point Stalk
Min thickness 2" / 50mm
Min thickness 3" / 75mm
Min thickness 3" / 75mm
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Golden Dune Granite water feature
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Golden Dune Granite water feature
Golden Dune Granite Rain Barrell
Golden Dune Granite
Golden Dune Granite water feature
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Golden Dune Granite
Golden Dune Granite

Material Specifications and Technical Data

Get access to material specifications and ASTM technical data for Golden Dune Granite by viewing the tables below or downloading the brochure.




As you'd expect in a natural product, stone does vary in colour and texture, even in the same quarry block. That's what makes stone so unique.
We recommend using the images on our website to initially chose the colour, texture and look you prefer, then talk to us to see our current samples. Mockups are also a great option before making your final decision. We strive to provide a product of the highest quality, but please remember it's stone, not paint. The colour and texture of the next layer in the quarry was defined millions of years ago.

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