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RebeccaT
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             We purchased this home back in 2019 and as my husband is a qualified chippy we have renovated the house completely from the inside ...

aussiblue
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For those whose soak-well might not seem to be coping with the autumn rain, note that the addition of some undiluted liquid soil wetting agent such as ...

Oscarbookworm
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I was happy to try Ozito as I purchased a telescopic hedge trimmer that is very good. I have not had such a good experience with the electric line t ...

beccaboo1525
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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 ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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Many people would love to make their homes more sustainable so they leave a smaller footprint on our planet as well as save money on energy and water. ...

Shaira
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One day I thought it would be nice if I could bring a little bit of garden inside our home. I grew up in a country side surrounded by lush green lands ...

happysohal
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Hi All, Could anyone please teach me handyman works? I am ready to buy required tools.

joineryjo
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So I couldn’t find a plant stand that was the height or look I wanted so Bunnings to the rescue again! I did realise halfway for a stand this heigh ...

Carol_Prime
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Whipped up this stand to hold our recycling bags. 15mm pvc pipe. 3mtr x 5, 15mm corner joiners x 8 15mm T piece x 2 super easy, nice and neat, user ...

Moderator JaneK
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I thought some community members might be interested in this experiment that is underway right now. Futurefoodsystem is a proof of concept for a self ...

Adam_W
Valued Contributor
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Hi all & happy New Year!2020 is behind us and wasn't it a doozy... Like many people I was still getting into my projects at home especially as our nev ...

ProjectPete
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What have you got planned for DIY jobs this long weekend (in Perth) and the upcoming Easter long weekend? Here's my thoughts on 5 worthwhile jobs th ...

JI
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Hi, I'd like to make some planter pots and after looking up a few instructions, I notice quick set concrete and cement being used alternatively. Whic ...

jaimew
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Hi, i recently purchased a 1000x700mm fibreglass garden pot cheap at Bunnings as there were cracks. I youtubed how to repair fibreglass and after sl ...

Amy04
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      Bunnings Team Member- Funky Succulent Planters. (Made from tinned peaches cans) Clean and wash can, no other prep required. Paint with Linen W ...

Sally_baker
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A fun way to keep gardening even when its wet and cold outside. INGREDIENTS: tarps on the laundry bench and floor. Potting mix, charcoal (always ke ...

maryg
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I am a newly have never attempted any craft before but have a lot of free time now and love colour so here I am going into mosaic Any advice hin ...

ProjectPete
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ChrisLowe1
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Patience and hard work paid of with my very own dream 3x1x1 bachelor pad. Double brick with a garden and shed. Small but with interesting spaces and ...

Isobel
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MitchellM
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Adam_W
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Looking forward to the first issue FREE in Bunnings Warehouses from this weekend.And yes... proud to say I've been working with the team to create som ...

Alicia
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Just looking for recommendations on air cleaning plants please.