Euro Fireplaces

Heating Appliances & Systems - Mansfield, VIC

Over 100 Years Tradition, European Design & Quality.

Shop 4, 165 Mt Buller Rd, Mansfield VIC 3722

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About Us

  • High Efficiency - Low Wood Consumption Technology
  • Ceramic Fireplaces
  • Heat-Bank Technology
  • Authentic Fireplaces
  • Hot Water & Cooker Models
High efficiency and very low wood consumption, stoves, wood stoves, fireplaces and solid fuel stoves and water heaters.
We are the Sole Importers in Australia of these beautiful European made Fireplaces. European design, quality, and efficiency! Designer fireplaces incorporating the latest in European wood-heating technology. A Victorian company Euro Fireplaces is invigorating the world of wood-heating with its stunning range of stylish and efficient European wood heaters.

General Fireplace Information

Free-standing fireplaces, inserts, cookers, models with built-in oven; designer pieces in all sizes and a multitude of finishes ensure we have a product for you. Our fireplaces are built on the long European tradition of heating with wood. They are highly efficient, environmentally friendly and do not require electric fans to produce and distribute the heat. Very low wood consumption and clean combustion.

Patterns & Designs

Convection for rapid heating and heat distribution:

Our fireplaces are mostly double-walled convection models. Cool air at the base flows into convection channels and is converted into warm air that rapidly rises through the convection vents on top of the heater. This system ensures even and fast heat distribution through the interior.


Firebrick, refractory concrete, cast-iron can occasionally crack with the intense heat and expansion. This will not affect the efficiency of the fire and is not dangerous to the structure. We do not manufacture these items and cannot accept responsibility after installation. We use the best quality kiln dried timber for our production of mantel pieces. Some timber moves in the further drying out process and slight hairline cracks and joint movement may occur.

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Products and Services

Heater Type

Combustion, Radiant, Space

Energy Source



Installation, Maintenance


Storage Heaters, Wood Heaters


Low Noise




Patios, Rooms, Sheds


Commercial, Residential





Service Option

By Appointment, Consultations, Delivery, Free Quotes, Inspections


Energy Efficiency Australia, Energy Smart, ISO, Standards Australia, Warranties


Family Operated, Family Owned, Independently Owned, Locally Operated, Locally Owned, Owner Operated

Hours of Operation

Open Monday - Friday, Open Saturdays


Authentic Fireplaces, Ceramic Fireplaces, Exclusive Fireplaces, Heat-Bank Technology, Hot Water, Inserts, Cookers, Outdoors


  • How to correctly light the fire?

    Use kindling wood, paper and firelighters to get the fire started. Add larger pieces of wood only after a bed of red-hot coals has been established. Build small fires regularly & provide plenty of air rather than one large, smouldering fire with the air controls turned down. Don't close air supply totally overnight - a little air avoids a lot of smoke. Don't pack your fire & leave it on a low setting when you go out. Most heaters burn better with two smaller logs rather than one large one.

  • If something goes wrong, What causes black glass?

    Wood too damp, No draught from chimney, Too much draught from chimney, Regulator has been set to the secondary air position too early or too late, Insufficient air supply. Below minimum heat level.

  • What if, Wood burning up too quickly?

    Too much draught from chimney. Wood chopped too finely. Combustion air regulator not set to secondary air supply position.

  • Is Smoke, smell of smoke or soot particles detected in room?

    Insufficient air supply. Chimney diameter too small. Outside temperature too high. Wind in chimney. Extractor fans (kitchen/ bathroom/toilet) generate negative pressure in room. Insufficient fresh air supply.