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Best ovens in Australia

From freestanding and wall ovens to gas, steam and convection models, we’ve found the best ovens to suit any kitchen.

The best ovens in Australia

How did we pick this list?

Our editorial team selected the products on this list based on key product features and actual customer reviews on sites like The Good Guys, Harvey Norman, Appliances Online and For each category, we identified parameters based on our research and selected the ovens with the highest review score within those parameters.

Read more detail on our methodology below. You can also check out our guide to the best microwaves in Australia.


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Bosch HBG6753B1A Serie 8 Built-in Pyrolytic Electric Oven

Best overall oven

Bosch HBG6753B1A Serie 8 Built-in Pyrolytic Electric Oven
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  • Soft opening and closing
  • Pyrolytic self-cleaning technology


  • Plenty of cheaper options available
  • Some buyers report that the many different functions are a little difficult to understand

Why we chose it

This Serie 8 Pyrolytic Oven from Bosch is our top pick as the best overall oven for a number of reasons. This Bosch oven offers a wide range of heating methods and pre-set programs, classy touches like soft opening and closing, and a streamlined look that should look right at home in any modern kitchen.

Then there's the fact that this Bosch Serie 8 oven comes very highly reviewed. With an average score of 4.9/5 from almost 300 Google reviews, it has clearly impressed plenty of buyers.

Finally, Bosch was also named the best-rated oven brand in the 2020-21 Finder Retail Awards. The German manufacturer impressed consumers with the cooking performance, features and functions, and ease of cleaning of its ovens. With all this in mind, it's pretty hard to go past the Bosch HBG6753B1A Serie 8 Built-in Pyrolytic Electric Oven if you're looking for the best overall oven.

With a usable cavity volume of 71 litres, this oven has a maximum cooking temperature of 300°C. It uses Bosch's 4D HotAir system to distribute heat evenly on every level of the oven, while the TFT display makes programming your oven a piece of cake.

SoftOpen and SoftClose technology ensures smooth and gentle operation, while the 2-stage telescoping rails make it easy to load and remove trays. Throw in the pyrolytic self-cleaning function, which heats the interior up to 480°C to remove baked-on food and grease, and it's easy to see why this oven comes so highly recommended.

The one stumbling block for potential buyers of the Bosch HBG6753B1A may very well be its price. However, it's worth noting that despite the $2,500 price tag on this Serie 8 oven, we found it selling in the $1,700-$1,900 price bracket from multiple retailers at the time of writing. So no matter which oven you choose for your kitchen, remember to always shop around for the best deal.

Westinghouse WFG617SA 60cm Freestanding Natural Gas Oven/Stove

Best freestanding oven

Westinghouse WFG617SA 60cm Freestanding Natural Gas Oven/Stove
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  • Simple to use
  • Large capacity


  • Gas won't suit everyone
  • There are cheaper options available

Why we chose it

If you're searching around for the best freestanding oven for your kitchen, our top pick is the Westinghouse WFG617SA. This 60cm model features a large capacity, a convenient separate grilling compartment, and is refreshingly simple to use.

It's also highly-rated on and has an average score of 4.4/5 from over 60 Google reviews. As a result, there are plenty of reasons why this Westinghouse gas oven is well worth a look if you're searching for a quality freestanding oven.

With an 80-litre gross capacity, this gas oven and stove offers enough cooking space to suit the average family. It's easy to control too, with all dials and buttons simple to access and clearly labelled.

The handy separate grilling compartment means you can cook something under the grill while baking at the same time, and the 2-hour mechanical timer lets you keep track of what's cooking. Formed shelf supports inside the oven are designed with easy cleaning in mind, while the stainless-steel finish is resistant to marks so that your kitchen looks clean and tidy.

Up top you'll find a gas cooktop which kicks into life via electronic ignition. The trivet is cast iron and there is a wok burner for added convenience, while the flame failure device is an important safety feature.

All things considered, there's much to like about this freestanding gas oven from Westinghouse. Make sure to add it to your shopping shortlist if you're in the market for a highly-rated freestanding oven.

NEFF Built-In Oven 60cm Stainless Steel B57CR22N0B

Best wall oven

NEFF Built-In Oven 60cm Stainless Steel B57CR22N0B
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  • Two self-cleaning features for easy maintenance
  • Lets you prepare multiple meals all at once


  • A little noisy
  • Some wish it had more shelves

Why we chose it

Need a new wall oven for your kitchen? We recommend checking out this Slide&Hide electric oven from NEFF.

This high-end oven boasts clever features like the Slide&Hide door, the ability to roast and bake on different oven levels at the same time, and 2 very handy self-cleaning options. The NEFF B57CR22N0B has also earned a stack of positive feedback from buyers around the world, as clearly demonstrated by an average score of 4.9/5 from 1,100 Google reviews. That's why it's our top pick as the best electric oven.

The headline feature of this built-in oven is its Slide&Hide door. This allows you to slide the door completely out of the way underneath the oven, ensuring much easier access to whatever you're cooking.

The other major selling point is the CircoTherm hot air solution, which allows you to simultaneously roast and bake items on up to 4 levels. The oven cavity boasts 71 litres of usable capacity, and there are 12 different heating methods to choose from based on your cooking needs. Throw in the fact that this oven offers pyrolytic cleaning as well as an EasyClean program, and it's easy to see how the NEFF could fit quite nicely indeed into your kitchen.

The main downside of this NEFF oven is that it certainly isn't cheap, and budget-conscious buyers will no doubt want to look elsewhere. But if you're searching for a highly-rated wall oven that comes loaded with clever features, the B57CR22N0B Pyrolytic Slide&Hide Electric Built-In Oven is well worth a closer look.

Westinghouse WVE616SC 60cm Stainless Steel Electric Oven

Best electric oven

Westinghouse WVE616SC 60cm Stainless Steel Electric Oven
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  • Simple to use
  • AirFry function


  • Some buyers complain that it doesn't come with a manual
  • Some complaints about control panel heating up

Why we chose it

Another electric oven well worth checking out is the Westinghouse WVE616SC. This 60cm oven is Aussie made, easy to use and offers the added convenience of an AirFry function. Even better, you can pick one up for well under $1,000.

And with all these useful features on offer, the WVE616SC has picked up lots of glowing feedback from Australian buyers. With an average rating of 4.5/5 from over 400 Google reviews, it's our top pick as the best electric oven.

Take one look at this Westinghouse oven and it's easy to work out what you need to do to start cooking. There are 2 control knobs you can use to select cooking function and temperature, plus a control panel and display where you can set the mode and program the timer.

There are a total of 8 cooking functions to choose from: Maxi Grill, Grill, Fan & Grill, Defrost, Base Heat, Bake / Pizza, Fan Forced and AirFry. The AirFry setting is designed to prepare crunchy and delicious fried food that's healthier than deep fried dishes.

A door that is designed to be cooler to touch helps prevent nasty burns, while the fingerprint-resistant stainless-steel finish helps maintain your ideal kitchen aesthetic. There are 5 rack levels to choose from inside the oven for added flexibility, with easy-glide side racks that help you to get the interior layout just right.

And with the Westinghouse built in Australia and featuring a price tag that won't break the bank, it's definitely worth a look if you're in the market for an electric oven.

Chef CFG503WBLP 54cm LPG Gas Upright Cooker

Best gas oven

Chef CFG503WBLP 54cm LPG Gas Upright Cooker
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  • Affordable
  • Easy to use


  • Freestanding model won't suit all kitchens
  • 54cm cooktop may be too small for some home cooks

Why we chose it

The Westinghouse model we chose as the best freestanding oven is obviously well worth a look if you're searching for a gas oven. But so too is this 54cm cooker from Chef, which takes the win here as the best gas oven.

The Chef CFG503WBLP 54cm LPG Gas Upright Cooker is a simple, functional and affordable addition to any kitchen. It has also picked up its fair share of positive reviews from happy customers, with an average score of 4.7/5 from over 20 Appliances Online customer reviews and an average of 4.5/5 from over 60 The Good Guys customer reviews.

The oven part of this Chef appliance features an 80-litre capacity and a total of 5 shelf supports. Those shelf supports are formed to allow for easy cleaning, with 2 layers of glass in the door helping to keep the heat inside.

A separate grill is a handy inclusion to help you take care of a diverse range of cooking needs, and up top you'll find the 4 gas hobs. Control is easy thanks to 6 large dials, with piezo ignition also provided. The flame failure device is an important safety feature, while other features like the removable glass door system help make this oven easy to keep clean.

Last but not least, the Chef is built here in Australia. And while a freestanding oven won't be suitable for every kitchen, this model is well worth a look if you're hunting for a reliable and affordable freestanding gas oven.

Falcon PROP90FXPDFGBCH 90cm Freestanding Dual Fuel Oven/Stove

Best dual fuel oven/stove

Falcon PROP90FXPDFGBCH 90cm Freestanding Dual Fuel Oven/Stove
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  • Stylish look
  • Flexible oven capacity


  • $9,000 is a lot of money in anyone's language
  • Some customers complain about burners going out

Why we chose it

Want to combine the convenience of a gas cooktop with an electric oven, all in the one appliance? You'll definitely want to check out this 90cm dual fuel oven and stove from Falcon.

This freestanding oven/stove has found plenty of fans among consumers around the world too, as evidenced by its average score of 4.8/5 from over 225 Google reviews. The Professional+ FXP range of cookers have also earned an average rating of 4/5 from 25 ratings on, so it's no surprise that the Falcon PROP90FXPDFGBCH 90cm Freestanding Dual Fuel Oven/Stove is our choice as the best dual fuel option.

The first thing you notice when laying eyes on the Falcon is just how stylish it looks. Available in black, slate and stainless steel, this is the sort of appliance that looks like a permanent and much-loved fixture in the kitchen of any keen home cook.

The other thing you'll notice is the size of the oven, measuring 90cm with a 5-burner gas cooktop and 114 litres of electric oven capacity. However, the clever thing is that you don't have to use all of those 114 litres if you don't want to, as you can switch to a 49-litre oven capacity to save energy for day-to-day cooking and then revert back to the full size when entertaining. And because it features pyrolytic cleaning, it's easy to maintain.

The 5 burners atop the stove include a multi-ring burner, a wok cradle and a teppanyaki-style griddle plate. Other features include a programmable clock, a storage drawer, and 7 different oven functions.

And while it's far from cheap, the Falcon Professional+ FXP will be a real statement piece in any kitchen.

MasterPro Ultimate Pizza Oven

Best pizza oven

MasterPro Ultimate Pizza Oven
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  • Adjustable thermostat and timer
  • Easy to use


  • Some complaints about burnt pizzas
  • Be careful not to stack your toppings too high

Why we chose it

Want to prepare delicious pizzas in the comfort of your own kitchen? We recommend checking out the MasterPro Ultimate Pizza Oven.

This handy little appliance is easy to use, bakes delicious pizzas in around 5 minutes, and can also handle several other kitchen tasks. It's been well received by consumers too, with an average rating of 4.8/5 from over 90 Google reviews.

That said, an honourable mention in this category goes to the Smart Oven Pizzaiolo Benchtop Oven from Breville. The Breville has also garnered plenty of positive customer reviews, but with an RRP of $1,249, we decided to opt for the significantly cheaper MasterPro as our top pick.

Featuring dual heating elements which can heat up to 400°C, the Ultimate Pizza Oven cooks pizzeria-style pizzas in just 5 minutes. There's an adjustable thermostat and timer to let you choose your desired cooking settings, and a heat indicator to let you know when it's time to bake. The viewing window allows you to make sure the toppings don't burn, while this oven also comes with a ceramic baking stone and 2 stainless-steel lifting paddles.

When not in use preparing pizzas, the Masterpro Ultimate Pizza Oven can also be used to make toast and quesadillas, reheat pies and pastries, and heat bagels and croissants.

And despite its RRP of $169, we found the Ultimate Pizza Oven retailing for around $100 from multiple retailers at the time of writing – yet another example of why you should always compare your options before you buy.

Whirlpool JT479IX 6th Sense Crisp N' Grill Convection Fan Forced 31L Microwave

Best convection oven

Whirlpool JT479IX 6th Sense Crisp N' Grill Convection Fan Forced 31L Microwave
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  • 90 preset recipes
  • Fast defrost setting


  • Not the cheapest
  • Some buyers report that the many different settings take a while to understand

Why we chose it

If you need a convection oven for your home kitchen, our top pick is the Whirlpool JT479IX. We also chose the Whirlpool as the best convection microwave oven in our best microwaves guide, where it impressed us with its versatile features and range of cooking options. The Whirlpool has also picked up its fair share of positive customer reviews, including an average score of 4.8/5 from 17 ratings on, so it's no surprise to see it take the win here as the best convection oven.

Combining a fan-forced oven and a microwave in the one appliance, the Whirlpool JT479IX uses what the manufacturer calls its 6th Sense Crisp function to prepare baked goods that are crunchy on the outside but soft and moist on the inside. There is also a steam function that uses sensor technology to adjust the cooking process as required, and the oven comes with a dishwasher-safe steamer bowl.

But the list of features doesn't stop there. The next selling point is the quartz grill, which heats up in 60 seconds and Whirlpool says it heats food 3 times faster than a conventional infrared grill. And with the microwave's Jet Menu Defrost setting, you can defrost food up to 7 times faster than a conventional microwave.

Programming is taken care of via the LCD control panel, and the Whirlpool comes with an impressive 90 pre-set programs for added convenience. So if you want to do some convection cooking in your kitchen, the Whirlpool JT479IX 6th Sense Crisp N' Grill Convection Fan Forced 31L Microwave offers everything you need to cook up a storm.

Electrolux EVEP618DSD 60cm Multifunction Steam and Pyrolytic Oven

Best steam oven

Electrolux EVEP618DSD 60cm Multifunction Steam and Pyrolytic Oven
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  • 16 functions
  • Food probe


  • Some buyers report that water drain is awkwardly located
  • Some buyers report that telescopic arms could be better

Why we chose it

If you're searching for a steam oven that'll be a good fit for your kitchen, there are plenty of reasons why you should check out the Electrolux EVEP618DSD 60cm Multifunction Steam and Pyrolytic Oven.

This versatile kitchen appliance offers an easy-to-use interface, the convenience of pyrolytic cleaning, and handy features like telescopic runners and a soft-close door. It's also found plenty of happy buyers, with an average score of 4.7/5 from over 240 Google reviews. As a result, the Electrolux EVEP618DSD is our number-one pick as the best steam oven.

The biggest selling point of the Electrolux is the sheer range of cooking functions it offers. There are 16 to choose from in total: Traditional Bake, Roast, Pizza, Cook From Frozen, Full Grill, Fan Grill, Keep Warm, Defrost, Steam Cooking, Fan Cooking, Pastry, Bread Baking, Steam Reheating, Rapid Heat, Pyro Clean, Grill, Plus Steam and Rapid Heat, so you can tackle an extensive variety of cooking tasks.

The steam cooking functions are designed to add moisture to the cooking process, enhancing flavours and ensuring more tender and juicy textures. The oven interface is intuitive and easy to use, and there's also a food probe that senses when your dish has reached the recommended core temperature and automatically switches off the oven.

Fully-extendable, telescopic runners make it easy to load and unload trays and dishes, while the soft-close door is a nice touch. And with this oven offering pyrolytic self-cleaning, keeping it in perfect condition should be a breeze.

Westinghouse WVE614SC 60CM Electric Built-in Oven

Best oven under $1,000

Westinghouse WVE614SC 60CM Electric Built-in Oven
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  • Easy to use
  • Fingerprint-resistant stainless-steel finish


  • Some buyers may need a freestanding model
  • Some buyers would like a louder timer buzzer

Why we chose it

Shopping for a new oven but only have a maximum budget of $1,000? The Westinghouse WVE614SC 60CM Electric Built-in Oven will tick a lot of boxes for a lot of buyers.

Not only is this multifunction oven widely available for less than $700, but it's also easy to use, has the right capacity for most families, and includes a host of features to ensure that it's a stylish and practical inclusion in any kitchen. This model has also garnered a host of positive reviews from Aussie buyers, as demonstrated by an average score of 4.6/5 from over 320 Google reviews. That's why the Westinghouse WVE614SC is our pick as the best oven under $1,000.

With an 80-litre capacity, this electric oven has ample space for big roasts and family meals. Programming the oven is handled via 3 simple dials. From left to right, the first dial lets you choose your cooking function (Defrost, Fan & Grill, Grill, Light Only or Fan Forced), the second dial controls the temperature and the third is the timer. The timer also runs for a maximum of 2 hours for when an extended cook is required, and has an auto-off function for added safety.

A large viewing panel makes it easy to keep an eye on your dinner, while the oven is designed to stay cooler to the touch throughout the cooking process. The stainless-steel finish is also fingerprint resistant to help preserve the clean, modern look of your kitchen.

Inside, the wire racks and grill insert can be manoeuvred to suit your space requirements on easy-guide tracks, while the internal light makes checking cooking progress simple.

Best of all, this oven is made right here in Australia.

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  • We considered ovens from over 25 leading brands.
  • We chose our top picks based on key product features and reviews from real customers.
  • The products on this list are chosen by our editorial team and are not selected based on commercial relationships.

Why you can trust our picks

Every effort has been made in this guide to provide a fair and balanced view of all ovens, no matter their price tag or brand name.

To find the best ovens in Australia, we started by searching for the highest-rated products on sites like The Good Guys, Harvey Norman, Appliances Online and We then compared these top-rated products against other ovens in the same category. We considered factors such as ease of use, cooking functions, size, aesthetics and price to help us choose our top picks.

We considered ovens from the following brands:

  • Ariston
  • Beko
  • Belling
  • Bosch
  • Breville
  • Chef
  • DeLonghi
  • Electrolux
  • Emilia
  • Euromaid
  • Falcon
  • Fisher & Paykel
  • Gasmate
  • Glem
  • Gozney
  • ILVE
  • MasterPro
  • Miele
  • Neff
  • NW Kitchen Appliances
  • Omega
  • Panasonic
  • Siemens
  • Smeg
  • Sunbeam
  • Technika
  • V-Zug
  • Westinghouse
  • Whirlpool
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What types are available?

There are a few options you'll need to consider when shopping for an oven:

  • Wall ovens. Also known as built-in ovens, wall ovens are the most popular choice in Australian homes and can be either gas or electric. Typically 60cm wide, they can be installed under a benchtop or higher up the wall to allow for easier access and don't necessarily need to be placed under the cooktop. To find out more, check out our wall oven buying guide.
  • Freestanding ovens. Freestanding ovens include both an oven and a cooktop in one appliance. The oven itself can be gas or electric and paired with a gas, electric or induction cooktop. Freestanding ovens are typically cheaper to buy than wall ovens, but there are also large, high-end models available designed for keen home cooks. For more information, check out our freestanding oven buying guide.
  • Steam ovens. Steam ovens use pressurised steam to cook healthy dishes quickly. They either feature a water reservoir or can be plumbed in and are worth considering if you regularly steam foods. However, they can't produce crispy food like a conventional oven can, and they're also more expensive.
  • Combination steam ovens. Combi-steam ovens combine a conventional fan-forced oven with a steam-cooking function. This means they offer all the versatility and practicality of a normal oven, with the added benefit of steam-only functions. However, they're much more expensive than traditional ovens.

Electric vs gas

When you're shopping for an oven, one of the main decisions you'll need to make is whether you want to cook with gas or electricity.

Electric ovens are more widely available than gas models and there are plenty of affordable models on the market. They offer a range of cooking functions for optimal results and are more affordable to buy and install than their gas counterparts. They also generally use a drier heat than gas ovens, but some high-end models also feature steam technology to help add moisture to your cooking.

If you have a gas connection, you may decide to choose a gas oven instead. While they're more expensive upfront, gas ovens are cheaper to run than electric ovens and provide instant heat. However, you may need to rotate your food to ensure that it cooks evenly.

How to compare ovens

To find the best oven for your kitchen, make sure you compare ovens across the following categories:


Consider both your cooking needs and the space available in your kitchen when choosing the size of your oven. The most common size is a width of 600mm, with 900mm-wide options also a popular choice for keen home cooks. However, a variety of other widths are also available.

At the same time, don't forget to check out the internal dimensions of the oven. For example, will there be enough space for you to roast two large cuts of meat at the same time?


Prices vary greatly depending on the size and type of oven you choose. A 60cm wall oven starts around the $400 range, while the cheapest 90cm model can be had for around $900. Freestanding ovens start at around $400, while top-of-the-line models can push up towards the $15,000 mark.

Steam ovens and combination ovens also tend to be more expensive than their conventional counterparts.


Some ovens have self cleaning functions. For example, pyrolytic ovens have a mode that automatically locks the door and heats up to around 500°C. This turns grease and food spills into ash, which can be easily wiped clean. Another option is catalytic liners, which are used on the walls of an oven to absorb splatters that can then be wiped clean with a damp cloth.

Some ovens also include a steam-cleaning function which allows you to add water to the oven and run a short cooking cycle (usually less than an hour) to create steam. At the end of the cycle, you can then wipe the oven clean.


Consider the appearance of the oven and how it will fit with the other appliances and decor in your kitchen. Some freestanding ovens are a design statement all on their own, with models available in retro finishes and a variety of colours.

Make sure to check how easy the exterior is to clean. If you opt for stainless steel, look for a "fingerprint-resistant" finish.


While oven doors usually open up and down, some models have side-hinged doors. Make sure there will be enough room in your kitchen to open the door or doors without hitting any cabinets.

Check how many layers of glass there are– a door with three layers will be cooler to the touch than a door with two. Also, look for a child lock for added safety.

Cooking functions

Check what sort of cooking functions the oven offers and whether they suit your needs. For example, are there different settings for fan-forced cooking, baking, defrosting, steaming and even cooking different types of food? Is there an integrated grill?


Check how many shelves and baking trays come with the oven. How much flexibility is there if you want to move the shelves around? Are the shelves on telescopic runners that make it easier to access your food?


Check whether all controls are clearly labelled, easy to use and easy to keep clean.


Check the manufacturer's warranty to find out how long it lasts and exactly what it covers.

Three things to consider

  • Double ovens can be useful for large families. If you regularly entertain family and friends or you just love cooking, you might want to invest in a double oven. A double oven is a single appliance but with two separate ovens, allowing you to cook two dishes at the same time but using different temperatures and cooking modes. Of course, that extra cooking space comes at an extra cost, with most priced at $1,000 or more.
  • Make sure to look inside. If you're shopping in-store, take the time to open up the oven and have a good look inside. This will help you work out how the oven capacity listed on a specs sheet translates into real life – for example, whether your favourite baking trays and dishes will actually fit in the oven, and whether there's enough room to cook a big Christmas dinner for your extended family.
  • Installation may vary. Finally, don't forget to check what the installation process for your new oven will involve. Requirements vary depending on the type of oven you buy and the connections in place for your previous oven, so check whether you'll need help from a professional tradesperson to get the job done right.

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