Chelmstone has been involved with a wide range of commercial and residential projects and with over 25 years manufacturing experience we are flexible with the process of manufacturing to allow for project specification. 

Some of the projects we are involved with include, Cross River Rail, Canberra Light Rail, Gold Coast University Hospital and Queensland Rail Train Station Upgrades. 

Canberra Metro Tactile Paving


Light Rail is the most significant transport infrastructure project ever undertaken by the ACT Government.

Chelmstone worked in conjunction with Canberra Metro and John Holland on the Canberra Metro Light Rail Project. ​Chelmstone manufactured and supplied cautional and directional snow tactile pavers, in addition to Warwickstone acid etched 300 x 300 x 40 mm paving to all 13 stations.

Morayfield TrainStation Tactile Pavers


Working in conjunction with John Holland Group, Chelmstone supplied cautional and directional tactile paving in addition to commercial paving and platform coping, manufactured to specification, for Morayfield, Boondall and Strathpine Railway stations as part of the major railway upgrade in Queensland.

Chelmstone’s hardwearing and durable concrete pavers and tactile indicators are perfect for the extent of pedestrian traffic and work to ensure the safety of all users.



Chelmstone supplied Hayman Island with pool coping and paving for the regeneration of the resort.  

Chelmstone supplied specialty paving and pool coping to this project in Ivory colour. The paving and pool surrounds varied in size from 750mm x (400-490mm) with differing thicknesses. Chelmstone manufactured and supplied entirely custom paving to the Hayman Island Upgrade and are very proud to have been a part of such a prestigious project. 

Gold Coast Hospital Specialty Paving


Chelmstone has recently manufactured paving for Gold Coast University Hospital to specification using CCS blended oxide specifically for this project.

Working closely with David North, Project Manager for Dig It Landscapes, the 800 x 400mm and 600 x 450mm paving was used in conjunction with granite slabs, showing how both mediums can be used in harmony together.

Arcadia Walk Noosa Tactiles and Commercial Paving


Chelmstone has worked with Place Planning Caloundra to provide paving, which was featured in the development of Arcadia Walk at Noosa Junction in Queensland.

Noosa Junction is a busy tourist spot, which is home to many thriving businesses. Paving used in this area has to be durable, but still have a pleasing aesthetic. Chelmstone’s Warwickstone paving, our ashlar paving sets and our tactile paving were used because of their practicality and suitability for medium vehicular traffic.

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Chelmstone is proud to have been the principle supplier of pre-cast concrete tactiles to the Brisbane RNA Showgrounds project. Known as one of Australia’s largest regeneration projects, the $2.9 billion upgrade of the Brisbane Showgrounds comprises 5.5 hectares and includes the state-of-the-art Royal International Convention Centre, The Green Apartments and The Yards Residential Apartments.

Chelmstone joined forces with industry leaders, Hutchinson’s Builders and Dig-IT Landscapes, providing a range of coloured tactile pavers to create this world-class regeneration project. This is an exciting development for Brisbane City and we are proud to be a local manufacturer supplier for this project.

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Cross River Rail is a transformational infrastructure project for Brisbane. Unlocking transportation bottlenecks by delvering a second river crossing. The $5.4 billion project includes eight upgraded stations and four new underground stations at Boggo Road, Woollongabba, Albert Street and Roma Street.    

Chelmstone is pleased to be working in conjunction with CPB contractors and international award winning architects Hassell to produce custom made pre-cast concrete tactiles, directional paving and specialised platform coping pieces for the first Station of the project, Yeronga Station. The upgrade will add an additional platform and siginficiatnly improve accessibility to the station, particularly for those with disabilities and who are vision impaired.