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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 ...

Yorky88
Super Contributor
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I just decided on a whim to build my boys a cubby house on the weekend and I just wanted see what other people have done. If you have built a cubby ...

Judita
Newbie
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I’m really after advise. I have very little experience with building frames, timber etc. In this moment of time I would like to build a cubby house f ...

cit159971
Newbie
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Hi I'd like to enclose my verandah with shade cloth on one side but cladding on the other. I want to build two stud walls to support shade cloth as ...

DesRigby
New Contributor
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We are thrilled with our new BBQ Workbench. It was a simple project for my partner Carol. It was assembled using Racking and a beautiful Bamboo Timber ...

kay23
Budding Browser
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HiyaI have a raised garden bed made of corrugated iron and wish to set it up in our concrete backyard.It doesn't have a bottom, so do I need to do any ...

KevinMall
Budding Contributor
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Here are photos of my now 95 percent complete timber bench seat made from treated timber sleepers,which i dressed (in part myself).       It me ...

Shannon
Established Contributor
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DangerousDave
New Contributor
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I'm a newbie to the site, so please excuse any stupid questions.We've recently had a pool installed and I want to extend the existing above ground dec ...

Rud
Frequent Browser
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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 ...

cadsman
Junior Contributor
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wooshka
Budding Contributor
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70's Bungalow we bought a couple of year ago had some dangerous steps as well as a sagging roof line at the front, ripped out the tree that was plante ...

JoJo167
Newbie
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I have a small hole on the top of my roof of my motorhome but big enough for a fair bit of water to come in and and damage the sealing. ▪︎the hole is ...

LePallet
Super Contributor
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shakthi
Budding Browser
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  Hello everyone, I'm looking for advice. Wanting to build something like the cat enclosure in the image along my fence line. Would I be better of ...

Sidney7
New Contributor
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This my rear deck I am building, and in the process of painting the pergola/posts etc and considering getting rid of the narrow steep stairs and const ...

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 ...

JRRed
Budding Contributor
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Hi,I've previously posted about the upgrade I did for my pool and the deck built above it.Six months ago I had some treated pine stairs built from th ...

briggsyard
New Contributor
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Our outdoor kitchen is coming along great guns  

Kate23
Budding Contributor
21 replies

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 ...

RhysN01
Budding Contributor
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I have just finished building a back deck with my dad and brother.We built the framework out of steel purlins and beams, and used Queensland Spotted G ...

MazPert
Budding Contributor
12 replies

Hi everyone, looking at building a deck but after the devastating fires have reconsidered (as we are in a bushfire zone) and would like to use tiles t ...