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Community Manager Jason
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It might be a little cold and wet outside, but there's still jobs to do around the garden that will help it to thrive when the warmer weather arriv ...

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For my wife's Bday, I decided to get the back area around the pool finished. It's only been 3 years. First time building a Deck, I think this one tur ...

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My Son's room needed some renovation. So we went to Bunnings and he choose colours that he loved - that big purple wall (purple foley) and the (handso ...

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A little project I did with my daughter this week.. she asked for a pink wall in her room so we went to Bunnings and she picked the colour “Heartfelt” ...

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Hi guys! I had previously posted about making a Murphy fold-able study desk, however the folding mechanism is of no use to me really, and I have deci ...

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Looking for recommendations on a side path. What would you do? Stepping path or crushed rock from front gate? Getting new grass from cubby towards whe ...

New Contributor
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I currently have my laundry stacked on top of each other but looking for ideas to move my washer and dryer side by side as I am starting to feels the ...

New Contributor
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We just had a new timber fence installed and I want to protect the bottom from rot. The fence is in a dark damp section where water runs off into the ...

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In the Kaboodle Kitchen guide it shows the Base Cabinets at 720mm high with feet attached. Is this measurement with or without the feet attached?

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When using versilux product to line a shed timber stud wall , do you also need to also use adhesive glue prior to nailing???

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We're looking to do a kitchen update - among other things - but the Kitchen is the thing I'm finding hardest to decide, it's one of the most expensive ...

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  • Meet Pete, who will tackle anything

    The multi-talented ProjectPete learned most of his D.I.Y. skills from his father, and loves the challenge and satisfaction of turning his house into a home. “I’m a fairly handy kind of guy,” Pete says. “I will try to tackle basically any job.”

  • Meet Cath, an experienced horticulturalist

    Cath loves sharing her deep knowledge and passion for growing food. Public speaking used to give her panic attacks, but now Cath runs her own gardening workshops. Her most important advice is to “feed your soil, not your plants”.

  • Meet Mike, renovating his first home

    Workshop member mikedoeslife is undertaking a room-by-room renovation of a 1960s weatherboard with his wife Friedel. "We've been blessed with the experience of friends that are either (renovation) veterans or (trade) professionals."