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javajatz
Newbie
2 replies

CAn anyone tell me if Bunnings let you take a dog into the store?

Nikkaz
Budding Browser
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We just built an amazing decked alfresco area and the boring brick wall was screaming "help me". I have a creative spark and thought it could be a fun ...

BIM_Engineer
Valued Contributor
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On several recent engineering & building inspection I noticed a few retaining walls that needed attention so I was asked to provide illustrative engi ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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It's my dog Humphrey's birthday today, so it seems as good an excuse as any to encourage Workshop members to show off your pets. Here's Humphrey, a ...

amylee83
Budding Browser
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Who else has a problem with their 4 legged friend playing with their bowl outside?? Our darling Mia thinks it's great fun to tip her water and food bo ...

petrolhead
Budding Contributor

Bali hut and pond in the garden

Millsylad
New Contributor

Started off as a mud kitchen for the kids and got a bit carried away 

Goldmember
Experienced Contributor
5 replies

We've got some new friends at our place. Should we evict them or welcome them to the neighbourhood? They're certainly not those horrible European wasp ...

kaylah_rose
Experienced Contributor
55 replies

I was recently researching vertical and herb garden ideas. For myself there are two things that make or break my decision to undergo a project. 1. Is ...

Moderator Deanna
Moderator
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Hi All With the temps soaring this weekend, if you're able to put out water for the wildlife, I'm sure it would be greatly appreciated.Here's Tolley ...

Noah
Budding Contributor
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So this was mine before Christmas project for my little cousin! A super simple and affordable build which came around $60-70. The proje ...

AndreaNg
Established Contributor
14 replies

I'm thinking about getting backyard chickens. It would be great to get fresh eggs every day. But I'm not really sure where to start. Does anyone here ...

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 ...

ProjectPete
Valued Contributor
4 replies

Unsurprisingly, I'm not a fan of colourbond fencing, and particularly not the cream colour the estate decided to go with.Again unsurprisingly, given m ...

reno_01
Budding Contributor
8 replies

Porch to be rendered. What products are available for a novice. I believe that there a re products now that correct themselves, is this true? What ...

Tara86
Established Contributor
1 reply

Firstly I’d like to thank @Yorky88 for your helpful advice answering my long list of questions!! Plus all the other posts showing their DIY Cubby’s - ...

Prawns
Established Contributor
1 reply

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 ...

kristielakota
Newbie
1 reply

Hey there! I was just wondering if anyone would be able to advise me on how to create a slip and slide down a sand dune into a lagoon? Would tarps peg ...

jemh
Budding Browser
3 replies

Hi all! I've recently moved to a new place and am trying to get back into all of my old craft activities. I do a lot of sealer spraying and paper-mak ...

redracer01
Experienced 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 ...

Cattyone
New Contributor
2 replies

Can anyone tell me how and the name of the lock so as I can lock and unlock my gate from both sides easily.Much appreciation Cattyone

Fuzzoffury
New Contributor
6 replies

Hi I am new to workshop and need help finding a small to medium qualities of standard size bricks with the three holes in them. I will be using them ...

paulmp
Budding Contributor
10 replies

Hey All, My first post here... just after some advice or recommendations. We're moving into a rental this week, the house is great but there is no pat ...

MitchellM
Experienced Contributor

Work Boots are gloves to our feet, they protect us when we're doing projects around the home and can last from a few months to many years if treated ...