How to Pick a BBQ

Tuesday, 10 March 2015 10:04:27 AM Australia/Sydney

When you’re looking to buy a BBQ, the first thing you need to think about is the size of the area it’s going to be placed in, then you have to look at all of the BBQ’s features, the number of burners it has, charcoal vs gas and the look you’re after.

Types of BBQs

  • Flat Top BBQ
  • Hooded BBQ
  • Outdoor Kitchens
  • Kettle BBQ
  • Pizza Oven
  • Spit Roaster


Flat Top BBQ


It’s inexpensive, has a large cooking surface, is easy to move around as well as being easy to clean and maintain.

Hooded BBQ


Can cook multiple ways, it can grill or you can close the hood to seal in the heat. It comes with multiple accessories for different cooking styles such as a rotisserie and wok burner.

Outdoor Kitchen


These can come with 4 to 6 burners and are ideal if you like to do a lot of entertaining. They can be bought with plenty of storage space, multiple bench tops and wok burners.

Round Kettle BBQ


These are just ideal for the perfect roast

Pizza Oven


Make incredible pizzas and are also great for baking bread and cooking up a delicious roast.

Spit Roaster


Perfect for that smoky flavour or if you are entertaining a large crowd.

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