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CathD
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Love the sound of this! It's from the creator of Roomba - the robot vacuum. This one scurries around the garden and chops weeds for you. There's more ...

BIM_Engineer
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Siteworks and footings are the first stage of your buildI thought I'd share some of the new building photos, data and processesIts great for linking i ...

Jason111
New Contributor
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Hi all. I have a question about the placement of solenoids/valves. I intend to set up a 240v control station, maybe 8-10 stations. I intend to ins ...

baza
Budding Contributor
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Just wondering if anyone has used Perma timber and are there any reviews around vs Eko deck? Any advice would be great.

Allan72
Budding Contributor
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Hi All, I had to post and share - finally finished the side access to my house (but still have the other side to do!). Am stoked it’s now done. A big ...

Fangles
Budding Contributor
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I'm going to be building a big workbench for my office and am unsure of what timber I should be using for the Apron and was needing some advice. The t ...

Meet the community
  • Meet Rylie, who is always making something new

    Pallet wood recycling expert Rylie has shared many popular and creative projects with the Workshop community. “I am always in the backyard thinking of new things to make," Rylie says. "I’ve always got to be doing something."

  • Meet Belinda, a renovation expert

    Belinda loves sharing her extensive knowledge and experience of renovation projects so people can avoid making costly mistakes. “People think that it’s expensive to renovate, but it doesn’t have to be," says Belinda. "It is easy to create a designer look for less."

  • Meet Tim, whose D.I.Y. projects are good for the soul

    Workshop member Tim has a passion for D.I.Y. and gardening. He also loves learning and sharing his knowledge and experiences. "There’s something truly human about growing your own food and creating your own home,” Tim says.