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Rufaro01
Junior Contributor
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The side yard has been a labour of love but here are some progress shots. Getting close to finishing.  

mel93
Newbie
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Hi all, My partner and I have recently moved into a new home and the whole backyard is just weeds. What are the first steps to fixing this please? The ...

humblejoe
New Contributor
3 replies

Hi All, Wondering if anyone has any hints or experience to share for a novice wanting to start a hydroponic and/or aquaponic system? I have multiple ...

onthejob
Budding Browser
1 reply

   Gday all, just moved into this property (rental) and the lawn  is all weed. I’m wondering what I could do to possibly fix this? Would weed and fee ...

jayjayne
Occasional Browser
2 replies

After renovating the interior of our home, we've finally made it to the exterior and garden - and this sad fence needs to be replaced! We plan to rep ...

saimadhu9
Newbie
1 reply

Hi I am sai, I just need a help for new home, fencing.

patricial
Budding Browser
2 replies

We bought 3 raised garden bed to be located on concrete. I would like to know what kind of lining we use inside. We don't need a weed-net as there ar ...

Skk
Occasional Browser
2 replies

I’m a newbie to landscaping and garden makeovers and desperately need some advice. I’m upgrading an old garden bed with new Siena sleepers that sit ...

shayden06
Budding Browser
17 replies

A small project I completed for my sister. Everything was brought from Bunnings.

felipelarrota
New Contributor
6 replies

Good Morning Community I am new and very excited to start projects in my house and whenever I can to help other members. At this moment I have a grass ...

Allan72
Junior Contributor
8 replies

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 ...

weekenddiyer
Junior Contributor
7 replies

BeforeThe path down the side of our house needed some sprucing up to say the least. We wanted to add some shelter / storage for the bikes so we could ...

EV77
New Contributor
4 replies

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 ...

Calli
New Contributor
6 replies

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 ...

Nellstar
Budding Contributor
5 replies

Hi all I am currently updating my courtyard after the previous owner did a terrible DIY concrete pour that sat flush with the door causing flooding i ...

DonnaL
New Contributor
5 replies

Hi Folks, My questions relate to a big problem in the yard where the ground and parts of the paved path have sunk due to disintegrating tree roots. S ...

Sammer
Occasional Browser
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Hi! We need some advice for our garden specifically front yard. We're planning to fix and install roll turf or instant turf this season, do you think ...

shilpa
New Contributor
2 replies

Hey there! Our soon to be completed new home has a close to 140 sqm backyard. I am after low maintenance landscaping ideas for the same, not too keen ...

Dan79
Newbie
1 reply

Hi all,Just a quick question can MaxPro Pebble resurfacer be laid directly onto a hard dirt floor?? I'm renovating my mothers outdoor garden/living ar ...

vinodkkt
New Contributor
5 replies

Hello Friends we just moved in to our first home 6 months before. During the lock down, i did bit of DIY to make my backyard look better and super pro ...

arian10daddy
Budding Contributor
7 replies

My house (currently in construction) has a dip in land from front to back. The slab at the front is same height as the curb, and at the back is about ...

Calli
New Contributor
1 reply

Thanks to Covid we finally had time to do some projects around the house.

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
27 replies

My obsession with cacti and succulents hasn't wavered and I'm struggling to get my hands on some of the rarities I desire. Here are a few of my mates. ...

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