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The only permanent solution I can think of is also what was mentioned by Marty - with a retaining wall to level the yard a little and slow down the wa ...

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Unfortunatly with a tree that size as well - getting grass to grow near the trunk will probably be a ongoing issue (so potentially permanent "surface" ...

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The only thing I can think off might be cheap - Those wooden garden beds, maybe run somthing similar but alongside the path a couple inches high so th ...

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WOW!I love it looks great. Dont feel bad charging money IMO you should see what clocks like that sell in shops for hahahahha. You should hit your boss ...

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You owe me a new keyboard (my current one is now under a litre of drool) hahahahha. Thanks for the receipe I actually bookmarked it I agree it looks ...

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I had a go at rendering a couple small jobs for the first time not too long ago - Id recommend maybe a bit of practice on somthing else first that you ...

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Just a small tip I found helped me tackling painting a house for the first time as a complete painting noob - I was pretty hopeless "cutting in" with ...

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Love it. Will be sourcing some pallets to do somthing similar for my man cave I reckon (I dont drink - but that looks too cool not to have one hahahah ...

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I did think of something similar, @Prawns. But only to the lowest part (next to leftside garden bed). I agree that this can only be a temporary measur ...

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That's a good idea @Prawns. @yng7, you might consider using these - https://www.bunnings.com.au/whites-1180mm-garden-edging-strip_p3042362 We used ...

Community Manager Jason
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Hi all, I thought I'd share my current deck renewal project. The deck is around 10 years old and was looking pretty shabby. The timber is merbau but ...

maddy
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I'm concreting my sleepers in tomorrow around 4 pm when my youngest in bed. It took me three hours to dig my 70 cm trench, and I'm building a vertical ...

Community Manager Jason
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Finally got the new Char-Griller Akorn Junior out. Built a fire and seasoned the grills and burnt off any nasties in the unit from the manufacturing p ...

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Prawns
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The only permanent solution I can think of is also what was mentioned by Marty - with a retaining wall to level the yard a little and slow down the wa ...

Prawns
Junior Contributor

Unfortunatly with a tree that size as well - getting grass to grow near the trunk will probably be a ongoing issue (so potentially permanent "surface" ...

Prawns
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6 replies

The only thing I can think off might be cheap - Those wooden garden beds, maybe run somthing similar but alongside the path a couple inches high so th ...

Prawns
Junior Contributor
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WOW!I love it looks great. Dont feel bad charging money IMO you should see what clocks like that sell in shops for hahahahha. You should hit your boss ...

Prawns
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You owe me a new keyboard (my current one is now under a litre of drool) hahahahha. Thanks for the receipe I actually bookmarked it I agree it looks ...

Prawns
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I had a go at rendering a couple small jobs for the first time not too long ago - Id recommend maybe a bit of practice on somthing else first that you ...

Prawns
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Just a small tip I found helped me tackling painting a house for the first time as a complete painting noob - I was pretty hopeless "cutting in" with ...

Prawns
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What a great project and it looks tops sofar

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