8 best outdoor fire pits to shop in Australia
Made from cast iron with a patinated finish, this rustic deep bowl fire pit is frost-resistant, corrosion-resistant, and is easily portable - meaning you can keep warm in any corner of your yard.
Elevate your alfresco entertaining space with this sculpture-like fire globe made from enamelled stainless steel. Featuring a shape that creates a windshield with an integrated grid aiding ventilation, this fire pit is a tasteful and reliable addition to your winter nights.
You better whip out the marshmallows pronto, for this dual fire pit and barbeque is going to be your new favourite camping staple. Suitable for wood and charcoal fires, this stainless steel two-in-one has a height-adjustable grill and comes with a handy carry bag.
This modern black stainless steel fire pit will infuse your evening with warm ambience but low smoke – due to its internal airflow system.
If you're looking for something a bit different from the usual fire bowl or grill, this affordable and easily portable flatpack is a hybrid of both – and is currently on sale for Amazon Prime Day.
Ample space on this grill means there's plenty of food to go around during winter backyard cook-ups. Featuring a pit cover, poker and safety mesh dome lid, this three-in-one not only is a fire pit and grill, but also an ice bucket in the warmer months.
Add a functional statement piece to your outdoor entertaining area with this fire pit table that features a faux stone design - mimicking the fireplaces of a bygone era. Frost and rust-resistant, this fire pit can burn charcoal or wood, and comes with a poker and mesh safety dome.
Bring a touch of Europe to your own backyard with this Mediterranean style mosaic fire pit that perfectly suits coastal home decors.
What is the best material for an outdoor fire pit?
Materials with a naturally very high melting point like cast iron, stainless steel, rusted steel, and powder-coated steel are the best materials for an outdoor fire pit. While they each have their own particular strengths, these metals are all durable.
Can you put an outdoor fire pit on a wooden deck?
It is never a good idea to put your fire pit directly on a wooden deck as the heat, ash and flying sparks can easily cause damage to your deck, or worse, set it alight. You should also always place your pit at least three metres away from the house, and never leave your fire unattended.
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