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Kermit
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Keen to hear Adam's thoughts on the best way to control weeds in the garden. Is pulling them out by hand more or less effective than using a weed k ...

RosieW
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I would really love to get a passionfruit going, but haven't had much success. I know they're heavy feeders so i prepared the soil thoroughly. Firs ...

zeroasylum
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Hi all,Need some advice. I have attached some photos and before I get an engineer in I thought I would ask for some ideas from here. I am considering ...

amylee83
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Who else has a problem with their 4 legged friend playing with their bowl outside?? Our darling Mia thinks it's great fun to tip her water and food bo ...

ProjectPete
Valued Contributor
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Picked up this pressure washer for $129 from Bunnings on the weekend - it's a promo so limited stock and not continually on order so get in quick if y ...

Millsylad
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Started off as a mud kitchen for the kids and got a bit carried away 

ub_268
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Does anyone have experience with laminating plywood for use as rafters in pergolas? I have half a dozen 5m lengths of bent 70 by 40 timbers (3x1 1/2 i ...

Meet the community
  • Meet Wayne, a self-taught woodworker

    After years of frustrating illness and injury resulting in debilitating depression, Wayne found a new passion - woodworking. "I love the grain, the smell, the texture and the amazing things you can create with wood."

  • Meet Adam, veteran gardening and D.I.Y. broadcaster

    Adam has been helping people with their house and garden projects on television, radio and magazines for decades. He's now happily sharing his expertise with Workshop members. “I believe experience and knowledge should be shared.

  • Meet Eric, who loves getting his hands dirty

    After growing up on a Mildura farm, Eric loves D.I.Y. He credits his knowledge and skill from “experimentation and not being afraid to fail". "I love the sense of achievement when I can sit on the back deck and appreciate something I’ve done."