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Backyard Blitz

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About the Show

Join host and landscape designer Jamie Durie, builder Scott Cam, horticulturalist Jody Rigby and landscaper Nigel Ruck for this Logie-winning series. Watch the team as they blitz their way through the backyards of Australian families and communities, all of whom are well-deserving recipients of these spectacular makeovers. From the perfect entertainer’s garden, to the ideal space for quadruplets and an entire street blitz no job too big or too small. Join Jamie and the team as they take over Australia one backyard at a time in Backyard Blitz.

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Posted by Nicole2493 •19d ago • Report
Is backyard blitz starting back up on tv again?????
Posted by Angie221 •20d ago • Report
Hi Team,
My partner and I have been together for 15 wonderful years and have 2 beautiful daughters together.
We are hoping to finally get married this October in our backyard. We would really love it if we could get some help with building a deck and pergola area on one side of our house before our big day. We are struggling to be able to afford both our wedding and renovations to make the backyard looks nice and would really appreciate it if we could get some help.
Regards Angie :))
Posted by David1967 •22d ago • Report
Hi Team,

We have a small inner city backyard that i turfed when we renovated a few years ago. We now have a dog that has dug holes in it and her urine has destroyed some of the grass - i am trying to decide do i attempt returfing or do i give up and start fresh with pavers - will any new turf withstand my dogs antics??

Thanks for any advice :)
Posted by Gigi21 •5w ago • Report
Hi my name is Gigi. I'm looking for people who would be willing to help me make my backyard turn into less maintenance. My husband is turning 80 just had an operation and probably won't be able to maintain our yard for very long. He doesn't want to sell the house and move into a unit. Thank you.
Posted by Linda1589 •5w ago • Report
Hi I work for qld health spinal Injuries Unit. Wondering if you would be intetested in doing the spinal injuries units dining room/Rec room. Its in dire need of an upgrade. Patients are here living in the Spinal unit for months doing their rehab & waiting for the renovation to their homes. There is not much to do here and the eating area is so uninviting/old. I could go on with more but keeping it short for now. Help
Posted by Courtney627 •7w ago • Report
Hi my name is courtney i am 15 years old

I live with my mum in Geelong. My mum has gone though a lot and is struggling really bad at the moment. My mum was diagnosed with ms a long time ago she has had her ups and downs been in hospital a lot and struggled with money and a home. She has had 4 kids. I also found out maybe 5 years ago that my dad also has ms to. My mum brought as house in Geelong after i was severely bashed at school. So we moved down here. Mum works and works and works to try and pay bills and have a nice home for me and her to live in. But she is really struggling. I see her consistently cry. She was originally born in France with a background of Portuguese she has always wanted to go back to see her family and been in the heat helps her ms. I have seen my mum stuggle with her desease and it hurts me and i cant do much to help i really wish you guys could help her she is a single mum also thank you for listening xoq
Posted by K76 •11w ago • Report
Hi, my name is Kiara and I am 15 years old.

4years ago my sister, mum and I moved up from the beautiful Wollongong to the southern highlands to live with mums partner and his 2 step kids who live one week in and out of our house. In this time much has happened like one of my step sisters leaving hike due to mixed family and housing issues. Mum started full time Uni at home as she works part time at my sisters school as a learning support officer helping kids with disabilities. All she does is work, study, clean, cook, look after us kids and sleep. My step dad works from 6am to 7pm or later just so he can pay the bills. He barely had time to spend with us let alone do things around the house and yard. Because of our yard there have been arguments that have occurred. After all these years to me it still feels like I'm living in mums partners house, not my home. If you could come help fix out yard it will bring our family together as well as help out yard fiction better. Maybe out rabbits will have a proper place to live too ?

Thank you !
Posted by James966 •12w ago • Report
Hi, My name is James and my dad has a bad back injury. It happened it 2009 on the day of the Melbourne Cup, ever since then he has had 5 or 6 operations and been in hospital multiple times. I would love for our backyard to be renovated because it's lumpy, uneven, rock, hard and has holes. If I could renovate it on my own I would but I'm only 14 and have no money. I hope you can help my family and I.
Thanks James
Posted by Jo-Anne114 •12w ago • Report
Hi Jamie

I have a walking partner named Maria and she has just been diagnosed with an agressive brain cancer. I spent tie with her recently and asked her wish was to site out looking at a beautiful garden to enjoy. she is the kind of lady that is always helping others whether its cooking them a meal or giving children rides to sport, she is also aways the one to drop off meals when people are sick. She never complains and has the biggest heart for everyoone she s the most beautiful friend to me, and it breaks my heart to see her that. Hope you can help. We live in Perth, WA
Posted by Catherine966 •13w ago • Report
I would be eternally grateful to have our backyard fixed up. We've had plumbing issues which caused part of the yard to be dug up by an excavator to lay down new pipes due to broken terracotta ones. Now the ground is uneven and unsafe for my 18 month old daughter to walk around on. It's also not child friendly because it has different levels, and she's not always steady on her feet. Therefore I don't take her outside anymore.