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GIDGEE Hardwood Charcoal Chunky 20kg bag
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RRP: $49.95
$45.00
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GRILLING SIZE CHARCOAL - EXCELLENT HEAT & DURATION OF BURN


MADE IN AUSTRALIA FROM NATIVE ACACIA


PICK UP prefered from shop at 425 Parramatta Rd Leichhardt Sydney - Open 6 days from 10am except on public holidays.


20KG Bag of GIDGEE Natural Lump Charcoal from South West Queensland.


PICK-UP ONLY in SYDNEY at 425 Parramatta Road, Leichhardt (SYDNEY). Open Mon to Sat (except on public holidays) from 10am to 5.30pm.


(Courier delivery can be arranges but contact us and provide the number of bags and your delivery post code for a shipping quote)


Gidgee timber is a very, very hard-wood timber (not uncommon to get sparks off the chainsaw when your cutting it). It creates a charcoal that burns very, very hot and burns for a long period of time. This charcoal is created by starving burning Gidgee wood from Oxygen leaving 59% carbon at the end of the process making this a very natural product.


This Gidgee timber is harvested from fallen dead trees which are plentiful in the south western part in Queenland all the way through the dry woodlands into Northern Territory.



NO CHEMICALS - NO ADDITIVES - NO OFFENSIVE ODOR.... 100% Australian Made!

DUST COMES FREE!

(bring something to cover the bag if you are worried that the bag may dirty your clothes or car)

Recommended for:


Open Grill charcoal BBQ

Offset Smokers

Brazier / Outdoor Fire heating

Kettle Charcoal BBQ

Built-in Charcoal / Spit Charcoal BBQs

Can also be used in the garden as a soil improver or fertilizer if ground up into dust. The burnt ash from this is also known as potash and used to balance nutrients in the garden as well (or to keep snails away as a natural pest control).

Pieces sizes vary - smaller sized pieces for more even heat when grilling. Best way to light is to use Firelighters or chimney starter.


Note Gidgee Charcoal is hotter than Compressed Breads / Logs as well as imported charcoal so best to start off with less charcoal at first when using - in this way you can get use to the initial intense heat and not burn your food early during the cook which is common for first time users of this product.

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GRILLING SIZE CHARCOAL - EXCELLENT HEAT & DURATION OF BURN


MADE IN AUSTRALIA FROM NATIVE ACACIA


PICK UP prefered from shop at 425 Parramatta Rd Leichhardt Sydney - Open 6 days from 10am except on public holidays.


20KG Bag of GIDGEE Natural Lump Charcoal from South West Queensland.


PICK-UP ONLY in SYDNEY at 425 Parramatta Road, Leichhardt (SYDNEY). Open Mon to Sat (except on public holidays) from 10am to 5.30pm.


(Courier delivery can be arranges but contact us and provide the number of bags and your delivery post code for a shipping quote)


Gidgee timber is a very, very hard-wood timber (not uncommon to get sparks off the chainsaw when your cutting it). It creates a charcoal that burns very, very hot and burns for a long period of time. This charcoal is created by starving burning Gidgee wood from Oxygen leaving 59% carbon at the end of the process making this a very natural product.


This Gidgee timber is harvested from fallen dead trees which are plentiful in the south western part in Queenland all the way through the dry woodlands into Northern Territory.



NO CHEMICALS - NO ADDITIVES - NO OFFENSIVE ODOR.... 100% Australian Made!

DUST COMES FREE!

(bring something to cover the bag if you are worried that the bag may dirty your clothes or car)

Recommended for:


Open Grill charcoal BBQ

Offset Smokers

Brazier / Outdoor Fire heating

Kettle Charcoal BBQ

Built-in Charcoal / Spit Charcoal BBQs

Can also be used in the garden as a soil improver or fertilizer if ground up into dust. The burnt ash from this is also known as potash and used to balance nutrients in the garden as well (or to keep snails away as a natural pest control).

Pieces sizes vary - smaller sized pieces for more even heat when grilling. Best way to light is to use Firelighters or chimney starter.


Note Gidgee Charcoal is hotter than Compressed Breads / Logs as well as imported charcoal so best to start off with less charcoal at first when using - in this way you can get use to the initial intense heat and not burn your food early during the cook which is common for first time users of this product.