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Kwik-Gas at home and on the road

Kwik-Gas are small (3.7kg and 8.5kg), convenient gas cylinders (or bottles) for your barbecue, caravan and portable camping needs. Our safe and reliable cylinders are available to purchase, refill or swap at your nearest re-seller.

Finding a bottle of Kwik-Gas
Need to grab a new bottle of gas near you? Search for a retailer (in WA and the Northern Territory) and if you need to swap it over, simply take your empty (or damaged) cylinder to an outlet and exchange it for a new or refurbished filled cylinder.

If you have a non Kwik-Gas small cylinder that’s fine! Just take it to an exchange and swap it over. Kwik-Gas is also available at many retail locations across Australia including Bunnings Warehouse, selected service stations (Quix, Mobil, Coles Express etc) as well as many caravan parks and convenience stores.

Safety

Here are some handy tips and links to learn more about using gas safely at home and on the road.

  • Appliance safety
  • Bulk LPG safety
  • Cylinder safety
  • Electrical safety
  • Dial before you dig
  • Emergencies, leaks and faults
  • Gas leaks
  • Natural disasters
  • Safety data sheets (SDS)
  • Kwik-Gas safety manual
  • Like all seasonal appliances that aren’t used on a daily basis, managing its use responsibly and ongoing maintenance checks are essential in providing a safe environment. Have a read of our gas storage and pre-use safety tips.

    Gas level check – follow these suggestions if you just want to check if your gas is getting low. If you use 45kg, LPG gas cylinders at home, find our more here.

    Connecting your gas bottle to your BBQ or heater – for clear instructions on how to connect your gas cylinder to your barbecue, watch this short video.

    Taking gas on the road – when taking Kwik-Gas on the road, be aware of how to manage a fire or gas leak, especially during fire season.

    Being prepared now means next time someone suggests a last minute barbecue or road-trip, you’ll have your tongs at the ready!

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