As you can imagine, they’re pretty fancy.
There are five barbecues in the range, created with Aussie specialists Everdure.
The smallest one is a portable charcoal barbecue, the Cube, which you can use on grass without doing too much damage.
Your mum will love you for not ruining her garden, but you might not love the £149 price tag as much.
But if you do have cash to splash, and plenty of outdoor space, the top of the range is the Hub.
It’s not too steep for a top-end barbecue at £1499, and it has all sorts of hidden functions, including rotisserie spikes that fold away.
You can cook a whole suckling pig on that – it’s pretty impressive to see in action, though you’ll have to budget for about four hours’ cooking time.
And if you don’t want to get 50 of your mates round every weekend to show it off, you can always use it to make some barbecued pineapple. Yes, there is a recipe for this.
The Everdure by Heston Blumenthal range has already been available down under for some time – let’s face it, they have way more opportunities to barbie – but were only launched in the UK on March 31.
We just need a bit more sun now.