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mohunter
Just Starting Out
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Recent build in lifestyle village. Large carport, small backyard. Open area with no defined spaces, colour variation or privacy. Plain colourbond fenc ...

GerryH
Just Starting Out
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I built a new gable roof over the front verandah of the house to provide weather and elements protection to the west facing front of the house. I desi ...

Brissy39
Finding My Feet
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   MaterialsGravel, Turf Stone blocks, 100 mm x 3M H4 Logs . 450mm Tent PegsToolsPick, Barrow, Shovel, Rubber hammer, Weighted hammer, Ryobi Drill, ...

Alicia_Woodwork
Having an Impact
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This great little bench is a fantastic feature for our front garden. Made with a variety of pine, it adds a touch of style to the front window. The du ...

jamiehay
Finding My Feet
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We had an undeveloped area under a lovely shady area and decided to build a raised deck to relax on during the long hot summer days in Perth.Materials ...

MandyMum7
Just Starting Out
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We live in the Perth hills and wanted to create a relaxing outdoor ‘Soak Sanctuary’ which would be private; blend in with the landscape; and create a ...

Nishan1
Finding My Feet
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Removed existing hedges replaced with artificial to reduce up keep and cost Demolished and removal of existing hedges removal, construct scaffoldin ...

gavincochrane
Finding My Feet
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Enclosed my patio with recycled stuff collected from my parents farm, including piggery flooring mesh which works perfectly for an partial shade scree ...

analister96
Finding My Feet
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designed a mosaic table top on an old rusty metal round table. I wanted to turn someone else's junk into a work of art. Materialshttps://www.bunnings. ...

EdithHobbs
Finding My Feet
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Purchased cabinet on Gumtree for $50, used it as temporary kitchen cabinet whilst kitchen reno in progress. Now upcycled with new benchtop for the BB ...

DNDiy
Finding My Feet
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With the kids having outgrown the trampoline, we set about redeveloping the rear section of our garden. With a roughly circular space of 4–5m diamete ...

EdithHobbs
Finding My Feet
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Durring Covid times it was 3months before the fencer would come and quote. With a bricklayer friend we installed some brick pillars and filled in betw ...

RainbowDiY
Having an Impact
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My old outdoor table was looking very tired. The chairs were still in good condition but the table was shot. All replacements didn’t match the chairs ...

lhlifestyle
Growing in Experience
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DIY front yard landscaping and letterbox for our new property.StepsStep 1 Started with a dirt patch and a trailer load of road base from a mate. After ...

Upcycler01
Having an Impact
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I transformed a drab part of the backyard with Dulux weathersheild paint on the fence in a lighter, fresher colour and planted out the garden with a ...

Nailbag
Amassing an Audience
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I was given the task to turn a wasted space under an above ground pool deck in to useable space for pool toys, furniture cushions and other items. It ...

DIYJT11
Growing in Experience
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We decided to get chickens so I built a custom coop. After doing some research I decided to build it off the ground for safety from foxes and ease of ...

DIYforlife
Finding My Feet
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I bought a cubby house kit online, for when my grandchildren visit. I wanted to enclose all of the windows and openings, so that it was waterproof. Th ...

grazsmith
Getting Established
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The house exterior paint job meant that the driveway needed a refresh to match. A 3 stage Delux product did the trick and now the driveway looks brand ...

diy_hausdesigns
Amassing an Audience
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We decided to revamp the entry to our home after finishing most of the interior work. We wanted to modernise it but keep a lot of the heritage fe ...

Arcc
Having an Impact
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A cubby house that has been made almost entirely of stripped down pallets and cladded with a fibre cement sheeting. The entire project cost about $40 ...

ebeth
Finding My Feet
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This is an outdoor, undercover entertaining space that was very dark and uninviting, therefore unused. We decided to install cobblestone screens to li ...

southpolemonkey
Building a Reputation
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Finally finished the blackbutt decking planned a year ago. Altered the plan in the middle of the building and it turned out great and more welcoming t ...

Nailbag
Amassing an Audience
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A friend of mine wanted a ceiling for his Alfresco area to finish and hide the rood frame. I saw these new wall panels at Bunnings and it gave me an i ...