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hughs777
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2 weeks ago

Hi all. We are still in the process but have taken out 8 m3 of our bedrock. Doing that will help us make a feature garden with some plants and sculptu ...

hughs777
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August

Looks bloody good! (And strong). Good work.

hughs777
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December

Hi Mitch/ Jason Thanks so much for your feedback. There are some great ideas there I hadn’t thought of. I was also also thinking about having some de ...

hughs777
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Hi, I would like to incorporate the existing bedrock into a landscaping plan/ design rather than removing it. The cost of removal will be high and th ...

hughs777
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February 2020

Thanks @ProjectPete ! Your work on the hot water systems looks great! Will keep you posted as I go along but agree with what you said! Cheers!

hughs777
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February 2020

Thanks, @Kermit! I agree, and I see the paving paint is quite good quality these days with different textures. Looking forward to the easing of water ...

hughs777
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February 2020

Thanks mate! Yes, very busy but good to buy a house that needs a bit of love outside.

hughs777
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6 replies

Hi all, I am new to renovating outdoors and would like your opinion on my ideals for this small backyard. I am located in Gladesville, Sydney, and th ...

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Bunnings Team Member EricL
Bunnings Team Member
July

Hello @Mac43 Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. Thank you so much for joining us and sharing your steel deck frame build. That steel ...

Mac43
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I have made decks in the past using treated pine but they don’t always last the distance. I discovered a deck frame system available through Special o ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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December

I love Mitch's idea @hughs777. What do you think? Let me also tag some other helpful Workshop members who might also like to contribute to the discu ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
December

Hi @hughs777, I noticed from the toys that you have a child around two years old. I'd be using this as a play area, and my first thought is turning ...

Adam_W
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26 replies

Fiiiinalllyyyy... finished my new water feature. I'll get a video made soon so will share the link.Wha-da-ya-rekun? I'm pretty darn happy with it. ...

Poppop
Senior Contributor
July 2019

Yes @Old-gal24 They are the treated pine palings. I use them to make garden boxes, wishing wells, garden bridges and a lot of other projects. Their o ...

Poppop
Senior Contributor
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hughs777
Budding Contributor
1 reply
2 weeks ago

Hi all. We are still in the process but have taken out 8 m3 of our bedrock. Doing that will help us make a feature garden with some plants and sculptu ...

hughs777
Budding Contributor
1 reply
December

Hi Mitch/ Jason Thanks so much for your feedback. There are some great ideas there I hadn’t thought of. I was also also thinking about having some de ...

hughs777
Budding Contributor
4 replies

Hi, I would like to incorporate the existing bedrock into a landscaping plan/ design rather than removing it. The cost of removal will be high and th ...

hughs777
Budding Contributor
February 2020

Thanks, @Kermit! I agree, and I see the paving paint is quite good quality these days with different textures. Looking forward to the easing of water ...

hughs777
Budding Contributor
February 2020

Thanks mate! Yes, very busy but good to buy a house that needs a bit of love outside.

hughs777
Budding Contributor
6 replies

Hi all, I am new to renovating outdoors and would like your opinion on my ideals for this small backyard. I am located in Gladesville, Sydney, and th ...

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