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Create an Amazing Outdoor Entertaining Area

Want to create a beautiful outdoor entertaining space? Shaynna Blaze is here to help!

How To Replace Decking Boards

By Mike GriggsOn 1 Dec

If your decking boards have seen better days, here are some DIY tips on how you can replace them.

11 Low-Cost Things to do in the School Holidays

By Tara AliOn 21 Oct

Summer holidays are coming! Here are some top ideas to keep the little ones entertained on a budget (or for free!)

Shipping Container Pools are Here to Save Your Summer

Don't have the time, money or space to dig a giant hole in your backyard and fill it with concrete and water? Well, some crafty devils have discovered the perfect solution.

15 of the Best Budget Buys for your Backyard

By Emma Charlotte BangayOn 25 Aug

With spring on the horizon, now is the time to really focus on your outdoor zones by creating an external living space that beckons during balmier seasons.

Add Value to Your Home Through Your Garden

By Emma Charlotte BangayOn 12 Aug

After purchasing a property, Emma Bangay and her husband made external renovations a priority. And they have watched the investment grow as a result.

The Subaru Made for Australiana

Whether you love the great open road like Paul West, or the busy city streets, the Subaru Outback is perfect for all road situations.

Outdoor Trend: Zoning - Creating Space for the Whole Family

Your backyard can be an ideal space for everyone in the family.

Decking Out Your Deck

By Charlie AlboneOn 28 Jan

A deck can create more living space and can easily add value to your home, so it's just as important to get the styling right out there as it is on the inside.

How to Keep Mozzies Out of Your Garden

By Charlie AlboneOn 1 Nov

The weather is heating up very quickly and with it comes the dreaded mosquito! These pests can ruin an evening in the garden and can take a beautiful comfortable Oasis into a dreaded unbearable space. Here are my tips for keeping them out of the garden.