Australia, BBQ Capital of the World
Australians love a BBQ. Whether it’s a Bunnings sausage sizzle or a home-cooked steak, we’re well-known as fanatical about outdoor cooking. Recent research from a Roy Morgan study has confirmed this, suggesting a growing number of Aussies are enjoying their gas BBQs more than ever before.
According to the report, just under six million Australian households own a BBQ (around 63%). That gets as high as 75% in country SA and 73% in country WA. The researchers also say there’s about 400, 000 more BBQs in action since they last checked in 2011. That’s a lot of burger patties, steaks or veggie patties, however you look at it!
All in all this really does mean Australia is the BBQ capital of the world.
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