Lopi have a fireplace to suit everyone. From traditional gas log fires and freestanding slow combustion wood heaters to gas and wood fireplaces for more contemporary designs to suit modern homes. Some of our gas fireplaces feature pebbles, stone, sculptured driftwood or log media and are further enhanced with accent lighting. All of our gas fireplaces feature direct vent (balanced flue) technology and some include GreenSmart™ Direct Vent gas technology and are not only efficient but look great too.

Our high output models feature ceramic glass for increased radiant heat. We are located in specialised Lopi fireplace stores in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide and most areas in Australia. Locate your closest specialist Lopi outlet from the menu.

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Lopi Fireplaces are high quality products manufactured in the USA and feature some of the latest fireplace technology in the heating industry. Lopi fireplaces are manufactured in both freestanding and inbuilt models and available in either gas or wood burning models.

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Lopi Fireplaces are high quality products manufactured in the USA and feature some of the latest fireplace technology in the heating industry. Lopi fireplaces are manufactured in both freestanding and inbuilt models and available in either gas or wood burning models.

Dragon Wholesaling has been operating for over 25 years and are the importer/wholesaler of Lopi wood and gas fireplaces in Australia. Based in Bella Vista in north west Sydney we distribute our products to over 70 dealerships throughout Australia.

Travis Industries is the manufacturer to Lopi products and are the largest, privately-owned wood, pellet and gas stove, insert and fireplace company in America.

All products are manufactured in the United States within an 11-acre, Mukilteo, Washington facility called the House of Fire employing up to 600 employees just thirty minutes north of Seattle.