Bunyip ready to bar­be­cue

Warragul & Drouin Gazette - - ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT -

The Bunyip Bar­be­cue Ro­tunda/Shel­ter Shed was of­fi­cially opened to the pub­lic on Aus­tralia Day with a free sausage siz­zle.

Con­structed by the Bunyip Com­mu­nity Mar­ket, the shel­ter shed is lo­cated near the Fire Brigade run­ning track at the Bunyip Recre­ation Re­serve.

The twin plate bar­be­cue is coin op­er­ated, need­ing $1 per hot­plate for about 25 min­utes of cook­ing.

Each hot­plate is quite large and can cater for many peo­ple. How­ever for large gath­er­ings, both bar­be­cues can be op­er­ated si­mul­ta­ne­ously.

On the side of the bar­be­cue is a dou­ble power point to plug in an urn or any other cut appliance.

Sur­round­ing the Ro­tunda is a large ex­panse of short grass which will al­low chil­dren to play in safety. Toi­let fa­cil­i­ties are lo­cated nearby. There are still some ad­di­tions to be made such as a com­mer­cial ta­ble and rub­bish bins.

Right: Ready to bar­be­cue: the Ro­tunda and bar­be­cue at Bunyip Recre­ation Re­serve; Pho­to­graphs: Ro­man Kulkewycz.

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