Enter your address and the site pops up a map showing nearby BBQs (within a 20km radius) and listing their facilities. The coverage is far from nationwide — most of the data comes from local council sites — but it’s a good start, and you can add details of your own favourite BBQ locations. The site uses Facebook Connect, so you don’t need a separate account. For another leisurely maps approach, check out Playground Finder.
Meat In A Park Helps You Find Public BBQs
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