Three seriously good portable BBQs

There’s nothing like being able to enjoy a BBQ in the great outdoors. Bunnings Outdoor Living Category Manager Mick shares more about three portable barbecues you should consider this summer.


Everdure by Heston Blumenthal CUBE portable charcoal BBQ

When your BBQ has been designed by one of the world’s best chefs, you know it’s going to be pretty amazing. The CUBE is an innovative, stylish and practical portable BBQ that can be fired up whenever and wherever you want. “It’s a very stylish charcoal barbecue that gives you those delicious smoky flavours,” explains Mick. “It’s also easy to transport, safe to handle and has clever built-in storage.”


Gasmate Odyssey 3 Burner BBQ with Sear Burner

If you’re looking for a BBQ that’s big on performance but doesn’t take up too much room, you can’t go past the Odyssey 3 Burner BBQ. “At present, it’s the only portable barbecue on the market that includes a sear burner,” according to Mick. This ‘Searzone™’ technology combines an ultra-heated ceramic element with high intensity infrared heat to rapidly sear and seal the moisture and flavour in foods. “This is a fantastic feature, especially for people who love to cook a steak on the barbie,” he said.


Gasmate Odyssey Single Burner Electric BBQ

Even if you’ve got a small balcony or courtyard, you can still enjoy the taste of barbecued food with the Odyssey Single Burner Electric BBQ. It’s compact yet powerful with a 2200W stainless steel electric cooking element and a generous cooking area of 1419cm2. “The main reason this barbecue has has become so popular is because it allows you to regulate the heat, which is an improvement on other models in the market and makes cooking so much easier,” says Mick. 

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