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Amar
Budding Browser
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Hi All, I need a suggestion regarding drainage. I have levelled backyard on my own. approx. 50sqm planning to lay buffalo turf. I am bit concerned a ...

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

Chaks_DIY
Experienced Contributor
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Hi all. We have finally completed our backyard makeover after doing a bunch of smaller projects to bring it together.There will always be more adju ...

akajain
New Contributor
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Hello everyone, I have laid pavers in backyard. I think these pavers are high porosity. (Please see pictures). Is it a good idea to apply sealer on th ...

joineryjo
New Contributor
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 Hi everyone, just thought I’d share some pics of my cheap mainly Bunnings and Ikea balcony renovation.I never was a fan of Astro turf but got a barga ...

lcooksey88
Budding Contributor
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  It was time to say goodbye to our kids sand pit & cubby house and hello BBQ summer days and winter firer pit nights. we have used merbau screens f ...

uday_a
Newbie
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Hi guys,Hope ya'll safe.Just wondering if I can get some advice here from someone who's had some experience with my question.I've been planning a DIY ...

macsmum07
New Contributor
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Hi!I have two plants from Bunnings but I don't know what type they are. One didn't come with an ID tag, and I lost the tag for the other one.I think ...

Newbee2DIY
Budding Browser
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Hello Experts, Looking to use this front yard as I do not have big backyard. It was filled with river rocks which I got rid of most of it. Now got st ...

szp895
Budding Browser
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Hi Im trying to build a steel fence gate but I found I have many many many questions not sure, hopefully anyone would give me a hand.My fence gate is ...

Lolly
Budding Contributor
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Hello I am looking for a concrete paving paint that basically is a stain that will provide a wet look but still the water will be able to get into the ...

Lolly
Budding Contributor
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Hello - I need your assistance in finding the right product to fill my paver gaps! My question is - can I just buy a dry mix and sweep it into the gap ...

anupt
Budding Browser
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  Hello Friends.. am a new starter to this forum and would like to know how could I level the soil in front yard of my house.. it is a stony look.. m ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
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#Wifey set me the challenge of building a cabana by our pool area to make better use of some somewhat wasted space and of course create a beautiful, r ...

desfrois
New Contributor
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Hi team, I am about to build a retaining wall for my frontyard and would like some tips to start. I know H4 sleeper treated Pines are the ones I nee ...

fhk56
New Contributor
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A small decorative wooden wheelbarrow for the garden.Simple design and easily made out of 8 fence palings. (100x1800mm treated pine). Not sure if it ...

shawnvaz
Occasional Browser
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Hi All, I need some advice on how to do front landscaping. i want to put some natural grass and also grow some small plants and a tree. it is a smal ...

staffymama
Budding Contributor
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Sorry I have another project on the list of things to do around the house. Currently this is our borring back yard and we really would like to do some ...

bruzzz
Budding Contributor
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Looking for ideas for how to do this area nicer. It’s facing south so won’t even try a lawn. It’s very challenging as the ground is completely unlevel ...

Sharath
New Contributor
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Hi, I'm building a retaining wall with 7 steel's posts. The posts are 1.8m apart. I'll be using timber sleepers in between. How do I provide support t ...

darwinnuez
New Contributor
3 replies

I am so new to and ignorant to this DIY thing. I am planning to make a garden wall using sleepers. and Retain-iT posts. Do i need to put sleepers incl ...

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