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Andyy
Budding Contributor
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Day 1 The Intention Today I have decided to attempt to build a potting bench using the video tutorial from Bunnings website. I have almost no DIY exp ...

pstq
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I prefer to use a weed sprayer with a long wand so I can hold the tip near to the ground so the spray goes on the weeds instead of on me. I've got a 1 ...

varununi
Budding Contributor
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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 ...

Nham
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It has been a couple of months since we put in an in-ground worm farm. They have been working well, and all our green waste have gone back into the ...

nagumuthu
Established Contributor
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Hello Members, Looking for a watering system to water plants and Trees on scheduled basis. [e.g. every morning / evening for certain time duration]. ...

Jubes
New Contributor
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I bought this self watering planter to keep a peace lily plant in because i understand they like regular water in the hotter months. If I want to wat ...

GardenJunior
Budding Browser
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Hello. Hope someone might have a solution to a garden hose problem. My colleagues and I work in a public high school, and we like the idea of installi ...

LisasGarden
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On my last trip to Bunnings I picked up these two garden arches. I actually went in for a support for over veggie box but came out with these instead! ...

cbro
New Contributor
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I want to know whether it is best to cut the matting under the potted plant (dwarf citrus) to allow for better drainage. The matting says it allows w ...

siva26
Budding Contributor
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Hi Experts, Need some advise. I'm laying synthetic turf for my backyard and I'm in the process of digging the soil/clay/dirt. I'm aware the I need ...

yannrandri
Occasional Browser
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Hi, I need to clear some vegetation that went a bit out of control on our block: high grass, some tough weedy stuff, branches that fell of trees... I ...

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 ...

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 .

shelly60
New Contributor
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I'm wondering if anyone has installed a solar water feature in their garden. I would like a big fountain at the front entry to help mask road noise b ...

SamTee
New Contributor
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For my home irrigation system, using drippers what size of tubing is sufficient 13mm or 4mm tubing? Thanks

vng
New Contributor
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Is there a way to add a small sprinkler to an existing irrigation pipe ? The hole in the pipe (brown) appears to have something installed tightly behi ...

abhayks
Established Contributor
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Hi All, First project I did after lockdown was to renovate my side yard. It was just a patch of crap grass . I have removed the grass and made two ...

kelly4
Newbie
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im wanting advise on the cheapest electric fencing to run across back fence please, everything i am required to buy to set this up, thanks

pstq
Established Contributor
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What drills are suitable for these garden augers? https://www.bunnings.com.au/sutton-tools-50-x-450mm-garden-auger_p0139207 Do they need to be very ...

PeterFoley
Budding Contributor
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Northcote Planters (eg Terrazzo Pricelite range) recommend sealing with appropriate sealer before use. However hey can't advise what is an appropriate ...

TriciaW
Newbie
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wondering if anyone can help me...I've noticed some weed killers like the Yates Zero Rapid say safe for pets and children 30 minutes after its dried.. ...

shariqullahkhan
New Contributor
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     Hello All, First ever post  on the Bunnings DIY workshop site. Have recently moved into this first home for us in Australia and found this ...

eemrun
Budding Contributor
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Newbie here. Have a colorbond fence but want to install one of the screens (Tuscan Path 1800x900mm rust geometric screen panel) a bit elevated off the ...