The heart of every Aussie backyard. We offer one of Australia’s best barbecue collections, allowing home chefs everywhere the chance to start whipping up delicious burgers, skewers, pizzas and more in their own yard. With a huge range, bringing together some leading local and international brands including Weber and Grilled, getting your hands on the perfect barbie for you has never been easier.

Small BBQs, Portable BBQs and everything in between 

Whether you’re hitting the road with friends or bringing the family together for a backyard barbecue, it’s not an Aussie get-together without a barbie. At Home Hardware, we offer a huge collection of barbecues to suit gatherings of every size. From small but mighty portable BBQs to full-size six-burner units, we’ve got what you need for quick weeknight meals or neighbourhood parties. 

Available in a range of designs from flat-top grills to kettles and hooded BBQs, we make it easy for every chef to cook the way they want. From whipping up some traditional Neapolitan-style pizzas or getting a perfect sear on a porterhouse, it’s all possible with our collection. With a range of BBQ fuel types from gas to briquettes and wood chips, you have complete control over every step of the cooking process with Home Hardware. Don’t dream it – make it with our BBQ collection. 

Buy cheap 2-burner BBQs, 6-burner BBQs and more

Get a BBQ you’ll love to use from Home Hardware. We’re proud to be one of Australia’s best loved home improvement stores, combining knowledgeable service from industry leaders with a huge range offered at some of the most competitive prices. Browse our range of products that includes Weber charcoal BBQs, Weber Q Natural Gas BBQs and more. On the hunt for BBQ covers? We can help with those too. Book a click and collect and start grilling sooner.

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What should I look for when buying a barbecue?

When buying a barbecue, there are a few things to consider. Firstly, think about how many people you'll be cooking for - if you're feeding a large family or hosting parties, you'll need a bigger barbecue than if you're just cooking for yourself. You should also consider the size of your outdoor space and how much storage space you have for the barbecue. Other factors to consider include the quality of the build, the heat output, and the type of fuel you prefer.

What type of fuel should I use in my barbecue?

There are a few different options for barbecue fuel in Australia. The most common are gas and charcoal. Gas barbecues are generally easier to use and offer more control over the heat, while charcoal barbecues are known for producing a unique smoky flavour. Some people also like to use wood chips or chunks to add extra flavour to their barbecue.

How often should I clean my barbecue?

It's a good idea to clean your barbecue after each use to prevent the build-up of grease and other debris. You should also give it a more thorough clean every few months or so, depending on how often you use it. Make sure to follow the manufacturer's instructions for cleaning, and be sure to remove any ashes or charcoal debris from the bottom of the barbecue.

Can I use my barbecue indoors?

No, it is not safe to use a barbecue indoors due to the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. Barbecues should only be used outdoors in a well-ventilated area.

Do I need to cover my barbecue when it's not in use?

Covering your barbecue when it's not in use can help protect it from the elements and extend its lifespan. Look for a cover that fits your specific barbecue model and is made from a durable, weather-resistant material.