Your Guide to Aarons Aussie Made Steel Fire Pits

Are you thinking of adding an outdoor fire feature to your backyard oasis? Before you take the plunge, it’s essential to consider safety, functionality and aesthetics. Here at Aaron’s Outdoor Living, we’ve perfected the art of fire pit design through our extensive range of high-quality fire pits.

Our Aarons Fire Pits come in three sizes to suit any outdoor space. Their signature taller design sets them apart – all models are higher than average, keeping flames well above the potential reach of little hands and paws. This elevated build also allows the fire to stand out and become a focal point in your garden.

For those who prefer to see our fire pits in person before buying, we have display stores in critical locations around Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne. Our friendly team can provide advice on which model is best suited to your needs.

This guide covers everything from superior burn materials and emission controls to practical ignition systems and stylish finish options. By the end, you’ll be fully equipped to choose the perfect fire pit to tie your outdoor haven together and create countless nights of summer enjoyment.

Australian Spun Steel

Unlike many fire pits on the market, our fire pit is made in Australia from Australian spun steel – by one of the oldest and largest metal spinners in Australia!
Aarons’ Fire pit is available in either our most popular Corten Steel for the lowest maintenance option or the Pot Belly Black option for those looking for a sleek black fire pit. We can also do custom requests for a stainless steel fire pit option.

Are Steel Fire Pits better than Cast Iron Fire Pits?

Steel fire pits are solid and sturdy without the weight of cast iron, which makes those fire pits practically impossible to move.
You’ll find that with Cast Iron Fire Pits, you won’t be able to put out the fire before you go to bed with water, as sudden changes in temperature will cause the cast iron to crack. This is where Steel Fire Pits are the safer, superior choice.
Your choice of Steel for your fire pit:
  • 3mm Corten Steel(Rust Patina) – Recommended for a maintenance-free option.
  • 4mm Mild Steel (Black Finish). Please note that the painted finish of this product requires maintenance to maintain its appearance.
  • Copper (custom request; please allow eight weeks)
  • Stainless Steel (custom request; please allow eight weeks)

Corten Steel is our FAVOURITE option for fire pits as it’s deficient maintenance. Corten Steel develops a stable rust-like patina that protects the steel without paint. The naturally occurring rusty look oxidisation will change and evolve; no two fire pits are the same!

Personalise Your Fire Pit

At Aarons, all our fire pits can be personalised. We only keep a few fire pits in stock on display at a time, so if you’d like a specific style for your fire pit, place your order today. Our ordering process takes about four weeks, depending on your location.

All of our fire pits come with the option of:
  • Raw, Rolled or Flanged edge
  • Square or Round base
You also have the option of buying a lid with your fire pit; we have a choice of:
  • Domed
  • Flat

All Aarons Fire pits have a hole at the base for ash or rain to fall through.

Ordering and Collection - Can I have my Pit Today?

If Veruca Salt comes to mind, ‘I want it NOW, Daddy,’ when you think of your new fire pit, then you’re in luck! Most of our stores display a few different fire pits, so you can pop in and take one home today.

However, if you want to personalise your fire pit’s design or if you’d like to watch the Corten Steel turn from shiny to rustic patina yourself, then you can order via email, over the phone or in-store. The timeframe of the order will differ based on your location. For example, if you’re in Melbourne, where our spinner factory is located, you can expect a shorter turnaround of about a fortnight than those in Brisbane, Sydney or Adelaide.


Are Aarons Firepits Australian Made?

Yes. Our factory is based in Melbourne and we are proud to offer a product made from quality Australian Steel, unlike the majority of imports on the market. Our supply chain is extremely solid as we source all of our products locally, which also helps us (and you) reduce your carbon footprint.

What is the difference between Corten and Pot Belly Black?

Corten is steel which is designed to rust over time, creating a warm patina. Pot Belly Black is a painted finish which coats the steel, and can be touched up over time to maintain the finish.

How long until I receive my Aarons Firepit?

Because we have 36 different options available, we generally custom make your order. Our manufacturing and delivery lead times are around 3 weeks, however you might be lucky – we may have just what you are looking for in store! We will be able to advise you before you order

Can I cook with my fire pit?

Yes, our Corten steel fire pits are able to cook over. You could use either a still grill plate or an over fire pot hanger.

Do Aarons Fire Pits have a hole?

Yes, all our fire pits come with a hole at the base to help with ash clearing and allow for rain or water to wash through.

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