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junheekm
Budding Contributor
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I have a big swimming pool which we rarely use and leaks at the moment. I like to transform it to a small granny flat or a nice garden. I need your id ...

Djthornbird
New Contributor
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Hello, I am helping design a garden for NDIS participants and would love to know if anyone has any plans or photos of great designs for wheelchair acc ...

MaureenW
Occasional Browser
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Hi just thought I would share my recent projects never made anything before and I'm a little OK a lot! Chuffed with myself lol            

midas
New Contributor
9 replies

Hello! I'm building a round, free standing, low profile deck and was hoping to please have someone with a bit more experience double check the specs, ...

LisasGarden
Established Contributor
15 replies

The next step in my veggie garden journey was raised garden beds, to kelp out Audrey our Golden and the rabbits without the need for fencing. Hubby b ...

RK1
New Contributor
2 replies

Hi, this is my first question here. I'm trying to get my garden bed (with 2 sleeper level) at my backyard.i have been to Bunnings Marsden park yesterd ...

Caron
Experienced Contributor
10 replies

Love all the tips and posts of DIY projects. I’m an absolute beginner and my first major project is my chicken coop. This has been 12 months in the ma ...

muzzymuzzy
New Contributor
6 replies

Hi, I am building a narrow low level deck around a pool, and I am trying to work out the spans needed. I have looked through all the bunnings threads, ...

TheSaltyreefer
Super Contributor
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Glyph
Budding Contributor
11 replies

Hello all, I am hoping to get some advice from some drainage masters. I have a split level home on a steep block. On the east side, where the house st ...

Pearl1
Budding Contributor
14 replies

My partner was making a small wicking bed for me however, he passed away two weeks ago. He complained about an abdominal pain, he must have been quit ...

Pancho
New Contributor
6 replies

mich1972
Valued Contributor
9 replies
May

Watch this space friends as we convert this old bathtub into a beautiful Frog Pond  We have three small frog ponds in our garden and now it’s time ...

Hobbies46
New Contributor
8 replies
May

DiamondDave
Budding Contributor
6 replies
May

              So after a visit to the Rouse Hill store, we were allowed access to available pallets to strip for good timber. After a few cu ...

mich1972
Valued Contributor
9 replies
May

Have you got any Australian Native trees or shrubs growing in your garden that needs a prune ? If they are reasonably thick branches , chop up a branc ...

Jamespeter100
Experienced Contributor
6 replies
May

Two Bunnings hanging baskets were joined together, and a stand was required. A pallet to the rescue. An ellipse was cut out, feet were added, paint a ...

JI
Budding Contributor
14 replies
May

I have been slowly building a collection of succulents. I asked hubby to make me a simple stand, maybe with pallet wood and some sleepers. He ended ma ...

crazycrisi
Budding Contributor
9 replies
May

With some timber, colour bond edging and some old tin freshly painted I whipped up some raised garden beds.    

Jamespeter100
Experienced Contributor
2 replies
May

                     after this lot, time to have a rest.  

kel
Experienced Contributor
25 replies

Note from the Bunnings Workshop community manager: If you want to build this fantastic vertical garden, Mitch has created step-by-step instructions ...

elizabeth1
New Contributor
7 replies

The council advised me, (quite strongly), not to attach anything to a colourbond fence. So my question is, if you only have the uprights @2m apart and ...

Meling
Junior Contributor
13 replies

Hi , raised vege garden Sleepers non arsenic 2400 x 1000 x 600 carriage bolts galvanised screws irrigation tubing bird netting 1 and 1/4 cubic v ...

mandy111s111
Budding Contributor
20 replies

Family project near complete...........black garden shed to go !