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Cooker / Heater

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Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm
Sun: 12pm - 5pm
17 Doherty St, Brendale QLD Mon - Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm
Sun: 9.30am - 2.30pm
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Cooking or heating, campsite or patio, the Ozpig cooker and heater is a compact and portable companion for outdoor entertaining, no matter where you are.

Made completely of steel with attention to detail, the Ozpig has a range of optional accessories that enable you to create a myriad of tasty meals from roasts and camp oven meals to pizzas and stir fry, and when your done cooking the Ozpig doubles as a heater.

  • Carry bag
  • 2 x BBQ plates
  • 4 zinc coated legs
  • 3 chimney sections
  • Spark arrestor
  • Lid lifter/wood poker
  • Fire grate
  • Instruction manual
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In Use Dimensions:
40L x 30W x 134H cm
Packed Dimensions:
41.5L x 36.5W x 41H cm
Powder Coated Steel
17 Kg
1 Year
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Feb 27 2018

Fantastic Pig - Super Easy Transaction.

Present for my husband. He loves it. Going to get the extension legs too. Thanx everyone for the advice. Snowys super easy to deal with and the free shipping is a winner.

- Geraldton, WA
Sep 05 2017


Easy transaction, very happy.

- Engadine
Aug 12 2017

Oz pig

Fast delivery very happy have only had it going once but I couldn't believe how hot it gets glad I brought the extension legs

- Kaniva
Jul 28 2017

Oz pig

Excellent oz pig and great service

- Riverton
Jul 17 2017


Great looking forward to taking it with us when we go away

- Colac
Jul 08 2017

Great little pig!

Excellent portable camping heating with versatile cooking options. A great all rounder.

- 2782
Jul 03 2017

Love'n the piggy

We love it so much.... we are nomads and they are the only fire permitted in a lot of places..
Thanks snowy's for excellent service

- Longreach
May 27 2017

Our Ozpig

Love love love our Ozpig. Easy to use and packs away very compact. My husband is 6 ft 4 so I bought the extension legs. He thinks he will buy another set and it will save him bending. Just the best.

- 6210
Mar 21 2017

Great buy

This is so versatile, also bought a few accessories, difusser, vented door, must haves.

- Grovedale
Mar 03 2017


Compact, works great.

- 2903

Hi there, just wondering about the in use dimensions..1 answer

Are the dimensions of the burner itself? or is the height inclusive of the legs and flue? Thanks

- Hobart, Lutana(7 months ago)

G'day Sam, 

I've just cracked out the tape measure with the display model and the burner itself is approx 37cm high and 30cm wide. 

- Snowys(7 months ago)

Rotisserie 1 answer

What weight of meat does the rotisserie hold

- Cooma (10 months ago)

G'day Lydia,

I've just spoken with the team at OzPig and they've informed me that the rotisserie can hold between 2.5kg to 3kg of meat, vegetables or whatever else you would like to roast.

- Snowys(10 months ago)

What is the Warranty Please?2 answers

What is the Warranty Please?

- Adelaide(1 year ago)

G’day Dave, the packaging doesn't state the warranty and I couldn’t get in touch with an Ozpig rep to get a solid answer for you - but the Ozpig cooker/heater should be covered by a 12 month warranty. It’s a solid product which is made from cast iron so there shouldn’t be any issue, but in the event that there is a problem – just get in touch with us and we will sort everything out for you.

- Snowys(1 year ago)

Hi there Dave, Ozpig have kindly got back to me and they've told me that this product has a 3 year manufacturing warranty.

- Snowys(1 year ago)

Tents1 answer

Can you use the Ozpig as a heater in a tent?

- 5453(1 year ago)
We don't recommend any heaters are used in tents at all Alison, this is for safety reasons. An Ozpig would fill your tent with smoke before burning it down I reckon, steer clear of this idea. You can read more about the use of heaters on our blog -
- Snowys(1 year ago)
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