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Jimi
Budding Contributor
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After a lot of digging, monument fence paint, merbau deck extension and lighting, retainer walls and my first build with render to make a bench ...

Rufaro01
Frequent Browser
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Hi all.I'm a rookie to the world of DIY but keen to get my hands dirty. Recently, we moved into a new property and I've finally started one of many la ...

Yorky88
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glenngarbo
New Contributor
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Hi,I need to use some adhesive for the bull nosing around our pool edge. A few Freo Stone slabs have come loose. What should I use, before I seal it?

rattle
Established Contributor
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G'day everyone.I have $40.00 that I can spend on feeding the lawn this week.I believe it's a couch that came up itself after we built 18 months ago a ...

hadi
Budding Contributor
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Hi all, I've been planning to build a low profile deck for about 4 months now. Been trying to discover what's envolved and how I can build it. Curren ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
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What have you got planned for DIY jobs this long weekend (in Perth) and the upcoming Easter long weekend? Here's my thoughts on 5 worthwhile jobs th ...

Jimi
Budding Contributor
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   This is my wife's cubby from when she was a kid. Although the roof and floor was completely rotted - a sheet of yellow tongue, some left over m ...

briggsyard
New Contributor
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Our outdoor kitchen is coming along great guns  

Kate23
Budding Contributor
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For my first post I thought I'd share our current garden project. Our backyard has lots of lovely trees but it gets a lot of shade and we have an ener ...

dave85
New Contributor
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  Not sure what is going on but this mop top was planted 2 weeks ago. Have I not watered it enough or? Cheers

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
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While I was hoping to get this done sooner, the fun and relaxation of the festive period and a busy start to the year put it on the back burner for a ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
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Quick job ticked off the liston the wknd - installing screening with a creeping plant to hide our hot water systems. Nothing fancy, nice and easy - do ...

hughs777
New Contributor
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Hi all, I am new to renovating outdoors and would like your opinion on my ideals for this small backyard. I am located in Gladesville, Sydney, and th ...

Jimi
Budding Contributor
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Matador appliances, timber and blue-board...and a lot of measuring and remeasuring...

TryingTerri
Budding Contributor
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I’ve had to move into a house with a small garden (from acreage!) and, with Bunnings products, am trying to make the best of it. Single old lady on a ...

TryingTerri
Budding Contributor
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I finally received the Matrix fence extensions from my local Bunnings. I had to change pattern to rain forest as the others weren’t available. I’m qui ...

Sam2
Budding Browser
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was wondering if someone can guide me to how to replace the natural grass with artificial one? is there a guide to how to buy a fake grass? i.e. UV re ...

Di1
Junior Contributor
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Hello, I have just moved into a California Bungalow, although quite possibly the oldest one in the country!! It is a fibro house built, I think, in t ...

dogbural
New Contributor
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Hi It was my first to make a retaining wall with caps on. I am just wondering if there is any way to fill up the gab between caps and paint it over. ...

LePallet
Super Contributor
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Here are some before and after shots of our backyard. Like always with owning a first home, we only then realised how long it takes to do things to t ...

rattle
Established Contributor
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G'day everyone.We have 6 kids and the outdoor table gets crowded and if Grandparents visit, there's not enough room.I've made this, so 3 kids can sit ...

desaiadi
New Contributor
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Hi everyone,So I recently finished my first DiY project of making a planter box. I have made it from 150x25mm Treated Pine with 70x35 posts as legs. W ...

desaiadi
New Contributor
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