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Prawns
Experienced Contributor
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Bought my first (and probably only) house a couple of years ago and it needed a good yard cleanup (amongst alot of other stuff lol) I discovered so ...

cadsman
Junior Contributor
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Grand Rugrats love toasting stuff at their own height.

RobPegley
Established Contributor
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Created as a mobile office or business, this retro Viscount caravan also sleeps two and has a full kitchen. A new floor has been laid, a new kitchen ...

Jay2020
New Contributor
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Hi I want to cover the space between pergola and neighor fence to avoind sun and wind would like to know what are the options I have. Distance between ...

jsabz
New Contributor
4 replies

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
15 replies

Our latest Workshop poll asks whether you have solar panels on the roof of your house. Whether used for electricity generation or hot water, a grow ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
15 replies

It's going to be another very hot day for many people around the country. I hope everyone stays safe and as cool as possible. In the discussion bel ...

bunlovers
Budding Contributor
4 replies

Needing some easy simple privacy ideas so nxt door neighbors cant keep looking into my room ect (the colourbond fence isent really high..) even if it’ ...

rookie8
Newbie
2 replies

Hey guys, Complete newbie here. So I’ve seen some houses use shade cloth mounted On the side of their house from their colorbond fences to their eav ...

Bundaboy
Experienced Contributor
3 replies

Using YouTuber Homesteadeconomic's tutorial I built this for under $100

rscrocker
Budding Contributor
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I would like to know how to cut a road train brake hub and what welding rods to use to weld the brake hub my ash tray catcher exhaust pipe for c ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
2 replies

It looks like I might have #wifey on board for a sauna at home. There's the more traditional type with the hot rocks and you can splash water on the ...

aly
Super Contributor
39 replies

With the colder weather approaching I thought it’d be a great project to create a fire pit for outdoor entertaining. I recently saw a fire pit made ou ...

jenjen64
Newbie
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Hi could someone please tell me what product can I use to repair cracks in my Chiminea apart from fire clay.

Shane
Experienced Contributor
10 replies

Joker
Experienced Contributor
1 reply

If you get started now you could be warming yourself on this come winter time!

petrolhead
Budding Contributor

Bali hut and pond in the garden

AHoy
Experienced Contributor
17 replies

Hi everyone, I have a solar hot water system and notcied today that there's a lot of mould on the solar panels. It's been a cold and wet winter in ...

redracer01
Valued Contributor
2 replies

Summer is fast approaching and one of the things I wish I built was an outdoor shower for my kids! But the idea passed by as I was too busy swimming w ...

CathD
Super Contributor
4 replies

Shannon
Experienced Contributor
2 replies

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
2 replies

The new pad is going to have a sunken firepit...non-negotiable. Current plan is to place it between the alfresco and the pool area - there's 4.5m from ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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As the weather gets colder, more and more people are installing a fire pit in their backyard. A fire pit can be a great way to help enjoy your outdoor ...

Barker
Junior Contributor
3 replies