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janelled
New Contributor
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I loved this project!! I have wanted a potting bench forever that I can also use to put floral arrangements together; perhaps serve some lunch off (ou ...

ennoh
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We have some willow screening on our back fence. The super8 fence had a metal capping on it, and there was a long piece of wood attached to the cap ...

brendanlove
New Contributor
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    Hi Everyone,Sharing my DYI project as part of the July competition. I’d purchased recently an apartment where the courtyard had an exposed area ...

LaCasaDIY
Budding Contributor
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Hi everyone  I just wanted to share our outdoor renovation project my husband and I completed recently. We mostly used products from Bunnings of co ...

Evie21
New Contributor
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Hi, I have a post and rail timber fence and just purchased the 2400mm treated pine extensions. I did watch the installation video on your web site bu ...

ghost-x
Newbie
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I've recently bought a house that has a feature wall using this bamboo pictured below out the back. It spans approx. 3-4 metres and the previous owner ...

MeMo
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I’ve bought pvc cafe blinds for my alfresco area but am unsure how to attach them to the bulkhead around the ceiling as it is a steel beam (it’s a ste ...

nagumuthu
Established Contributor
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Hello Members, The Wood screws dislocated from the wall. Should the gap be filled again with cement, drilled and fixed. (or) any alternative fixture ...

palomalocasi
Newbie
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I have a new pergola i like to have bamboo to make it look comfortable and private, is 12 m long, can you please make a quote. regards Edilia

DIYImpressions
Established Contributor
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I am planning to prepare my outdoor area to be ready for an upcoming party and make it comfortable for guests to sit outside this season. The right si ...

Nonithepony
New Contributor
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Hi, I am new to DIY, I wish to add screening under my house, thinking of just vertical wooden palings on a couple horizontal pieces, but how do I att ...

Shannon2
Newbie
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Are the Matrix rainforest screen panels suitable to install behind a bbq?

AndrewLee
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Mctram
New Contributor
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What is the best way to attach a 2.4m, 90mm x 90mm fence post to the side of a concrete retaining wall, 1m high? The post is one of several to suppor ...

Baggs
Junior Contributor
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Hi everyone, Thought id share a little project I did last week while stuck home with covid. We haven't long moved into our new house and one of the ...

Seifer
Budding Browser
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Hey there! We live in a rental apartment and would like to know if you have any ideas on how to build a cat proof enclosure? Any tips would be great. ...

hollyjj
New Contributor
6 replies
May

Here is the half day screening project we have just completed at my mothers for Mother’s Day using only Bunnings products. We used:•4 x Matrix Tangle ...

theM
New Contributor
4 replies
May

Hi all! I want to renovate my front yard (fences included). It needs quite a bit of work but I have no idea where to start. The previous owners cove ...

Mwilson
Budding Contributor
4 replies
May

 looking for some cool ideas for my front porch with a little privacy too thank you please help

amclaughlin09
Budding Contributor
3 replies
May

   Good morning,I'm looking for ideas to fill a gap between bottom of colorbond fence & top of limestone retaining wall. The problem is the next door ...

Dazzag
New Contributor
1 reply
May

Hi I’m putting decorative screens up on my back colorbond fence,can I buy the rails at Bunnings,as I don’t want to screw into the sheets

Adam_W
Valued Contributor
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Hi all, I needed some sun & privacy screening on the landing outside our new side entry. Looked at all the various options to buy the bits & assemble ...

Alf
Newbie
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We've just moved in to this rental. It has a 15 x 5 metre porch on the back. This photo is of one end. We are slowly tidying up the stuff temporari ...

Cwdl
Budding Contributor
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I have a first floor balcony which is currently timber has support posts 90 x 90 with timber slats and cross beams i wish to change it to metal and wa ...