Stone Benchtops Melbourne

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Beautiful Ready-Made Stone Benchtops in Melbourne for Lasting Impressions

Natural stone, such as marble, limestone and granite are the pricier benchtop materials available, which is a statement in itself. Engineered stone is a combination of quartz and resin, and it’s a brilliant alternative to natural stone, as it’s easier to maintain and cost-effective.

Beautiful Ready Made Stone Benchtops

Quartz Engineered Stone in Melbourne

Quartz-based stone is a fabricated, man-made stone that is an incredibly durable, functional and attractive product. It has multiple uses — you can use it in benchtops, splashback showers, interior wall cladding, vanities and so much more. Its unique aesthetic character, strength and wear resistance makes it a very popular choice for any DIY job in the home or office.

Advantages of Quartz Stone Kitchen Benchtop

Easy to Maintain

Engineered stone kitchen benchtops are non-porous, so it doesn't imbibe liquids and it can be cleaned effortlessly and efficiently.

Stain Resistant

The surface of the engineered stone will be able to resist staining even when the sealant wears off. This material can maintain its stunning appearance for longer than marble, granite or even sandstone.


Quartz stone is highly durable and can be compared to the hardness of natural granite, and it's resistant to heat, scratches and cuts, so it will continue to look new for a long time.

Augments Aesthetic Appeal of the Space

Quartz stone is available in a huge range of colour choices — in earth tones, rose hues, greys etc. With quartz stone, you can augment the aesthetic appeal of your kitchen.

Essastone & Caesarstone Quartz Stone

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Stone Benchtops are top of the range when you’re looking to upgrade your bench surface. We stock an array of ready-made stone kitchen benchtops in Melbourne of leading brands ensuring top quality, as well as, affordability. You can choose either an Essastone benchtop or a Caesarstone benchtop from our ready-made stone benchtop range. This will be helpful whether you’re renovating your kitchen, creating a new outdoor alfresco area or just remodelling the laundry. Regardless of the job, a ready-made stone benchtop will give a lasting impression to your home. We understand quality is paramount for our customer that’s why we supply branded stone from companies like Essastone & Caesarstone.

The superior look and quality of stone make it the premium desirable choice when choosing your benchtops or surfaces. Our suppliers’ products are 95% natural and very resistant to stains, cracks and impervious to heat and cold temperatures. Caesarstone and Essastone, both are man-made engineered quartz stone in Melbourne. Quartz Caesarstone comes with 10 years manufacturer’s warranty while Essastone comes with 15 years limited warranty.

Here are our ready-made stone benchtop standard sizes:

3000mm x 600mm x 20mm

3000mm x 800mm x 20mm

3000mm x 600mm x 40mm

3000mm x 800mm x 40mm

Ready Made Stone-Benchtop Standard Sizes

Let our branded range of ready-made stone
benchtops be the next great statement in your home!

Colors Catalog

Our ready-made stone benchtops are available in a select range of colours, so you can take it with you and install straight away — No Delays… No-Fuss…

Stone Benchtops Prices in Melbourne

Our Benchtop prices start from $480 in 20 mm slab and $520 in 40 mm slab in Melbourne. Comparable products are higher in price, as they are usually based on per square meter and a full slab 3000 mm x 1400 mm. We are far more competitively priced, and we have a range of approximately seven colours in our ready-made stock from which you can choose. Alternatively, you can visit our showroom and see the full range from the leading brands Caesarstone and Essastone. As per your individual preferences, you can place customised order — price will vary depending on the colour you select. Alternatively, you can call into our showroom and speak to one of our trained professional to help you with colour selection and choice of finish. We are conveniently located at 39A Rimfire drive Hallam 3803.

Why Use Caesarstone Kitchen Benchtop?


Quartz stone is more durable than most stone, marble and granite. It is resistant to scratches, cracks and stains, and is highly resistant to heat and cold. When you choose Caesarstone benchtop in Melbourne, you haven’t just chosen a quality surface that’s durable, but an inspired centrepiece for a lifetime of experiences.


Caesarstone being the pioneer of the engineered stone, use premium quality of raw materials along with advanced manufacturing technology to manufacture quartz stone in Melbourne.

Maintenance is Easy

Caesarstone surfaces don’t require treating, sealing, polishing or any other kind of maintenance. It just needs a simple mop cleaning with regular water and detergent.

Premium Benchtop Designs

Caesarstone’s expert team is behind the highly skilled craft of creating premium surface designs. Thus, Caesarstone can create distinctive benchtop designs that set the trend.


It comes with 10 years limited warranty.

Why Use Essastone Kitchen Benchtop?

Minimal of Maintenance

Essastone contains up to 95% natural quartz and is engineered to safeguard against scratching, staining and citric acid marks, facilitating for speedy and effortless cleaning. Thus, the surface needs minimal maintenance.

Stylish Designs

Ranging from classic European to modern industrial, for a memorable impression, Essastone surfaces are accessible in a palette of stylish designs.

An Array of Colours & Finishes

Essastone benchtop range is available in 31 different colours and finishes.


It comes with 15 years of limited warranty for complete peace of mind.

Some of Well Known Stone Benchtop Materials Available in Melbourne

Granite Benchtops

Granite Benchtops

Granite benchtops will offer your kitchen with ageless durability. If you are after a robust benchtop material then granite is the hardest substance of all, which come second only to diamonds, giving you complete peace of mind. Granite can be designed and manufactured to fit any type of kitchen interiors from shades of plain white to elegant black and classic grey.

Advantages of Granite Benchtop

  • Extremely Durable: Granite offer hard bench surface for a price that’s affordable considering quality and durability that it provides.
  • Resistant: It is resistant to surface damages and scratches. Moreover, granite benchtop shields itself from heat and burn damages with amazing ease and effectiveness.
  • Aesthetically Pleasing Looks: Granite offers you with a stunning choice of varied colours and patterns, and it offers you aesthetically pleasing looks.
Granite Benchtops

Marble Benchtops

Marble is an ageless stone material for kitchen benchtops. It augments any kitchen interior with its glazed finish. Marble comes in diverse style and colour combinations. You can transform your kitchen with attractive marble benchtop.

Advantages of Marble Benchtop

  • Marble can guarantee to provide your kitchen benchtop with a striking visual appearance that’s simply ageless.
  • Marble isn’t vulnerable to be damaged or chipped when you’re cutting over it; besides, it’s heat-resistant.
  • Captivating white brightness sensation for your kitchen interiors can only be achieved using marble benchtop.
  • It’s extensively available, which makes it an attractive contender for kitchen benchtops.
Marble Benchtop

Edge Profiles Available with Stone Kitchen Benchtops

The edge profile and thickness of your stone benchtop can be used to harmonise the specific style or design of the particular era you’re attempting to achieve. When designing your stone benchtop, an essential element to consider is the edge profile. The edge profile is a vital feature that you need to discuss with your kitchen designer and stonemason before your kitchen cupboards are being made. For instance, a customer designing a “French Provincial” should go for a detailed edge profile like Waterfall. Nonetheless, if a customer chooses a modern design then it will suit to a less detailed edge profile, such as 20 mm/40 mm square — pencil round top/ pencil round top & bottom.

Different edge profiles are accessible that can be implemented with stone benchtop. We provide the most sought-after modern edge profiles that include Aris, Pencil Round Top and Pencil Round Top & Bottom.

Our Products are Competitively Priced

Konnect Kitchen Store supply premium products that are also competitively priced, which is why other kitchen manufacturers buy all of their hardware supplies from us.

Single Point of Contact

When you choose Konnect Kitchen Store for your kitchen project, you’ll have the privilege of working with our expert project manager Mohamed Elmasri. Designing a kitchen involves choosing materials and appliances determining a layout working through plumbing and electrical configurations; and so much more. Mohamed can help put all of these pieces together so you get the kitchen of your dreams. He will be your single point of contact throughout the project. Mohamed will handle your job from start to finish making sure your project is delivered smoothly and on time.
Edge Profiles Available with Stone Kitchen Benchtops

Looking for a Kitchen Stone Benchtop in Melbourne ?

If you don’t find the specific answers you need, feel free to call us at Konnect Kitchen Store on  03 9796 3337, and one of our expert and friendly teams will be delighted to assist you. Alternatively, you can contact us to get more details.

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Frequently Asked Questions

At Konnect Kitchen Store, our benchtop prices start from $480 for 20 mm slab and $520 for 40 mm slab. If you want to order a custom stone benchtop, then use our online quote form.

For best results, highly recommended that the stonemason who created it install the stone benchtop. Conversely, you can get it installed with your installer – if this is the case, then mention it on your quote request, and we will provide you with a supply only price.

Limestone and travertine are amongst the most affordable natural stone benchtop options. With a little added investment for regular maintenance, resealing and care, limestone is a smart choice for anyone who desires for an elegant, durable and lasting benchtop.

Both natural stone such as granite and engineered stone are robust, durable and best-suited for kitchen benchtop use. If you’re selecting granite, then go with black or any other darker colour shades, as it will provide a better look and finish and more durability. On the other hand, if you’re selecting an engineered stone, it is best to stick with lighter shades like cream and whites.

Engineered stone does not require sealing because it comes with a resin polymer base; thus, sealants would not pierce the surface, so they turn out to be unproductive.

Engineered stone also referred to as quartz, isn’t found naturally, but manufactured from quartz crystals held together with a resin binder. It helps to create diverse patterns and colour shades so you can choose the best one that suits your kitchen benchtop.

  • Natural stone, especially granite, is one of the most heat-resistant benchtop materials available today. Granite formed using very high pressure and high temperatures. You can easily place your hot pans and hot pots directly on a granite benchtop, and you will not find any stains or marks on the surface.
  • A quartz stone benchtop is an engineered surface and contains 93% quartz and the rest being the resin and pigments. Resin can only tolerate temperatures up to 65°C. Thus, if you’re taking out a hot pot from your stove or hot pan out of your oven, you cannot place it directly onto your quartz benchtop. If you do, the resin will burn and may cause permanent damage. So, you have to place hot pans and hot pots on a metal stand or a hot pad. It eliminates the risk of burning your benchtop and damaging it permanently.

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Quartz stone benchtop is by far the easiest to care and maintain. Quartz stone engineered using ground stone and resin, so it does not need regular sealing which most of the marble and granite, natural stone benchtops require. Quartz being non-porous material does not stain easily.

  • A clean and moist soft cloth is all you need to clean the surface of stone benchtops that includes natural and engineered stone.
  • If you want to clean more stubborn stains, then use some drops of non-abrasive, non-bleach, neutral PH stone cleaner, which you will find easily at most hardware stores out there. Alternatively, you can mix a small quantity of mild-liquid dishwashing detergent with warm water to clean away the stubborn stains.