Retro BBQ: Quick and Easy to Connect, Save Time

Are you tired of removing the gas bottles from your caravan to connect up your BBQ?

If you had a dedicated gas bayonet for your BBQ, how much time would it save if you anyway?

Check out this video where we show you how quick and easy it is to connect BBQ to the caravan!


How easy is it to hook up the Weber BBQ when Beautiful Plumbing has done the gas work?

To delete pain points, we have made the connections tool-less by using quick release fittings on the hose.

To connect up your BBQ all you have to do is

  • grab the hose
  • remove the dust plugs from the bayonet
  • stick the bayonet fitting into the caravan
  • give it a slight twist to lock it in
  • remember, no gas will come out of this fitting even though the hose is live because there’s a safety valve here that stops it out
  • grab the end of this and clip it, snap it onto your BBQ.

Now you’re cooking with gas!

Are you interested?

So we’ve got a large workshop.

Now many years ago, Ben worked as a plumber at a company called Heeshen Shipyards over in Holland. Now they build these luxury aluminium super yachts. There, he learned how to tig weld because he had to make up brackets sometimes where there were no support for the pipes that he was putting in. So it’s very easy for him to fabricate brackets to hold bayonets or water connectors or something for your caravan or camper, to protect them from branches, bushes, or just to support them.

So if you, like us, live in the best city in Australia, and you would like an extra gas bayonet put in your caravan or need to fix a gas leak. Or you just need the gas certified on your camper or caravan. You might even be thinking, “Oh, I wouldn’t mind having a little hot water system plumbed in, or an extra water tank!” Give Beautiful Plumbing a call. We’ll be happy to help.