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LisasGarden
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  A trip to bunnings today to pick up a couple of stepping stones and Blueberries to finish off Mulberry cubby house area. I hope for the mulberries ...

ivanptr
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Hi everyone, we just moved into a house, surrounded by neigbors' properties on higher ground: This causes occasional stormwater runoff to our backyard ...

varununi
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Hi everyone, I am wanting to start creating some garden beds in my backyard and also move an existing big garden bed (relocate it). Very new to doing ...

mazza
New Contributor
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  wondering what type of lawn is in my new house and how do I care for it

bennybennybenny
Budding Contributor
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Hi everyone, I am currently in the process of building a fire pit area in my backyard. I have removed the weeds and dirt, levelled the area and inst ...

JSJB
New Contributor
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Hi, I have a side yard beside my house, that is both flat and then sloping. It's been partially paved but there's a Wilder part at the back where it' ...

PN
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Hi @EricL and @MitchellMc Hope you are keeping well. I am after some ideas and suggestions. Looking to transform the front lawn to a wild life garden. ...

SteveHoptroff
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Interested in the power scrubber for my Terracotta deck, but note you have to buy the battery too! Most of my power tools are Ozito, also from Bunning ...

mich1972
Valued Contributor
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          Morning Workshop Friends. Just a friendly reminder now that it’s heating up. Raise your blades on your lawn mower. If you cut your lawn ...

Ricochet
Budding Contributor
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I would like to use part of my backyard as a garden. How do I go about tearing up part of my lawn? Do I need to get a landscaper in or is it a simpl ...

Steveleask
Budding Browser
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Does Bolt/nut securing Ozito E/Trimmer blade undo clockwise or A/clockwise. Blade rotates A/Clockwise when cutting

Chi
Budding Browser
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I have a ozito PXC 18v lawn Mower and want to replace the blade. However, I cannot find any blade available in bunnings. Any suggestions guys?

gavin16
Junior Contributor
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hello, my old hardie sprinkler not working , water only spraying moderately even though I turn on my tap full blast. What is the cause, do I need to d ...

thedoableguy
New Contributor
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Hi, I'm doing makeover my backyard, it had some grass area in the yard which is higher than my garden bed. My plan is to get rid of old grass and gard ...

Embroiderer
Budding Browser
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I am looking at bying a Ryobi 48V 38" ride on mower if or when I need service assistance where is my nearest service point to Jervis Bay NSW .

john5
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