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pepsp
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March

Wow @redracer01 ! The Taj ma coop! We can have a maximum of 5 chickens and an enclosure of up to 15m2 without an approval. So the hotel could work!!

pepsp
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May

Meet Molly. She's been a visitor to our backyard for a while but in the last week she has been roosting on our deck and tapping at our back windows an ...

pepsp
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February

@Klutz28 you might want to have a play around with an online 3D planner like this caroma one Just wondering about the placement of the window and do ...

pepsp
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February

Hi @Jason. For me it would be things that improve my knowledge and skills like:- setting up a home workshop including dust extraction and basic work b ...

pepsp
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February

Wow @JoeAzza those doors look amazing. I’d love to make shaker style doors for my kitchen but as a newbie to all of this It seems daunting so I’m wond ...

pepsp
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February

@mindnmetal one more idea for you mate. Check out this Klevaklip patio decking system Has given me an idea for my own horrible 1960’s pebblecrete pati ...

pepsp
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February

Hi @mindnmetal I had another idea if you want to avoid demolition. You could consider a product like Stratco decking tiles over your existing veranda ...

pepsp
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February

Hi @mindnmetal welcome to the community. Sounds like a great project you’re scoping out. What is the size of the existing verandah?I’m certainly not a ...

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darylhewston
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Hi all, Unfortunately for this project I ran out of treated pine timber so I had to buy new. Fortunately, everything else is recycled. Let me take y ...

Wayne
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A friend asked if I could make a chicken nesting box for her two backyard chickens, here is the result.I planed up some pallet boards to equal thickne ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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March

It's great to hear about your new guest @pepsp. My young daughter now has a fascination with chickens, and I'm contemplating getting a couple. Not ...

mich1972
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So we adopted our girls in April and they bring us so much joy, eggs and beautiful fertiliser !!!!          

DIYgals
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Every outdoor entertaining area needs a kitchenette. This design is all Sarah's! We've used treated pine to build the frame so it lasts better in c ...

Adam_W
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February

Hi @ChrisNocker Thanks for the detailed diagrams, makes things much easier.Just to sort of unpack this whole plan.- A charged line can be very effecti ...

Caron
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Love all the tips and posts of DIY projects. I’m an absolute beginner and my first major project is my chicken coop. This has been 12 months in the ma ...

lost89577
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February

thanks for the welcome Jason, i was also thing think the veranda extension could be tiles for existing area and timber for the rest a this has become ...

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pepsp
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March

Wow @redracer01 ! The Taj ma coop! We can have a maximum of 5 chickens and an enclosure of up to 15m2 without an approval. So the hotel could work!!

pepsp
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9 replies
May

Meet Molly. She's been a visitor to our backyard for a while but in the last week she has been roosting on our deck and tapping at our back windows an ...

pepsp
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February

@Klutz28 you might want to have a play around with an online 3D planner like this caroma one Just wondering about the placement of the window and do ...

pepsp
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1 reply
February

Hi @Jason. For me it would be things that improve my knowledge and skills like:- setting up a home workshop including dust extraction and basic work b ...

pepsp
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1 reply
February

Wow @JoeAzza those doors look amazing. I’d love to make shaker style doors for my kitchen but as a newbie to all of this It seems daunting so I’m wond ...

pepsp
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February

@mindnmetal one more idea for you mate. Check out this Klevaklip patio decking system Has given me an idea for my own horrible 1960’s pebblecrete pati ...

pepsp
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February

Hi @mindnmetal I had another idea if you want to avoid demolition. You could consider a product like Stratco decking tiles over your existing veranda ...

pepsp
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February

Hi @mindnmetal welcome to the community. Sounds like a great project you’re scoping out. What is the size of the existing verandah?I’m certainly not a ...

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