Hark Smokers

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Inspired by the traditional US-style BBQ, loved by Aussie backyard barbeque enthusiasts.

Low and slow smoked meat has made a massive resurgence in Australia. And thanks to Hark’s smokers, doing it yourself from the comfort of your backyard is an easily achievable goal. With a Hark smoker, you, your family and your friends can enjoy smoked foods of a professional quality, prepared with minimal effort.

At BBQs and Outdoor, we have curated our range of barbecues with a significant focus on exceptional quality and service. As such, our lineup of stock would be incomplete without the inclusion of Hark’s gas and wood-fired smokers with a range of specifications to suit.

Discover our Hark smokers

The Hark range of smokers enables low to medium temperature cooking and makes for the perfect backyard oven and smoker, complimenting any outdoor entertaining space. Whether you’re smoking, baking, or slow-cooking, your Hark will have you covered.

For the purists that want a machine to cook low and slow at precise temperatures, or those seeking that unrivalled smokey taste, you’ll find the perfect fit for your needs, budget and outdoor space in our collection:

Powered by gas, these Hark smokers provide consistent temperatures and exceptionally even cooking. They are fueled by a single gas bottle and come in a range of sizes to suit any space, from tiny studio balconies to massive family home backyards.

Fitted with a back-exhaust vent for smoke and regulating temperature, as well as push start piezo ignition, smoking has never been more hassle-free. Equipped with several chrome-plated adjustable shelves (the number of shelves varies with each model), you can smoke a large quantity of food in one go.

From the Hark 2 door gas smoker to the big boss and patio gas smoker, there’s something for everyone.

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Because there’s nothing quite like that original wood-fired smokey goodness, our range of Hark offset smokers includes compact and sturdy wood and/or charcoal fuelled options. Packed with awesome features and impressive heavy-duty steel construction, nothing is stopping you from becoming the next backyard pitmaster.

From their heat-resistant paint to their large cooking capacity, enamel-coated steel cooking grates, slide-out ash drawer, adjustable dampers for heat regulation and large temperature gauge, there’s not much missing. What’s more, with their strong stable leg pattern and robust wheels, you can move them around to exactly where you need them with ease.

Wood-fired smoking does require a little skill, however, once you have those techniques down pat, you’re guaranteed delicious, restaurant-quality smoked meals at your fingertips.

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Seasoning your new smoker

When you unbox your brand new Hark smoker it’s bound to carry remnants of its first days during the manufacturing process, i.e. solvents, adhesives, dust and dirt. At a very minimum, these remnants can disrupt optimal flavour results. They can also make your smoker more susceptible to rust over time, for example. So, a good seasoning to get it going is essential.

We share a few tips below:

  1. Wash: Gently wash your smoker inside and out with warm soapy water and then rinse with clean water.
  2. Dry: Allow your smoker to dry completely.
  3. Oil: Lightly coat the inside (walls and shelves) with vegetable or canola oil. Using an aerosol spray can of oil is ideal and will be the fastest way to coat the inside of your smoker. Do not apply oil to any exterior surface of the smoker.
  4. Leave the water pan empty: Leave the water pan in its place, but avoid filling it with water for the seasoning process.
  5. Wood: Build a small fire in the fire box with coal /wood and light. Let the fire slowly increase temperature to no more than 150c, regulating the temperature using the dampers.
  6. Light: Set the temperature (on gas models) to medium and light the smoker.
  7. Season: Close all doors and run for approximately 2 hours, or as recommended by the product manual.
  8. Cool: Allow your smoker to fully cool again before its first ‘official’ use.

This seasoning process ensures that any manufacturing remnants are burnt off in addition to curing the internal surfaces. Your smoker is now ready to begin producing some epic flavours and memorable meals..

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We currently have two convenient store locations serving all of your barbecue needs across Melbourne.

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Thank you for your Weber spare part purchase. Note, at checkout you will be required to provide a valid serial number from your barbecue to proceed with your purchase.

One of our consultants will verify the serial number and ensure the part is correct, if so you will be sent a payment link to finalise your order. If it is deemed your barbecue may still be within its warranty period or the serial number provided is invalid, you will be referred to Weber Australia for further assistance in obtaining the correct parts.

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