Lightweight but strong, Western Red Cedar is easy to cut, saw and nail without the need for special tools. It’s also easy to plane and profile, and is highly resistant to splitting caused by fasteners. Western Red Cedar retains its shape, even when exposed to the elements. It has twice the stability of most commonly available conifers and resists warping, cupping and twisting. Naturally occurring preservatives also help it resist rot and mould so it can withstand even the harshest weather, all year round.
D.I.Y. toddler activity board
This easy-to-make activity board will have your kids playing outside and creating their own works of art.
How to make a wooden DIY garden bench
This wooden garden bench is easy to make and the perfect place to relax.
How to enjoy your outdoor area 365 days a year
With a few small alterations and additions you can change your outdoor entertaining area from a sometimes space to a regular room you can enjoy all year round.
How to make D.I.Y. modular outdoor furniture
Wooden furniture looks great in an outdoor setting and, if looked after, can last for a long time.
D.I.Y. tiered timber planter
Learn how to build a tiered timber planter
Which timber to use for decking
Building a deck is a great way to add extra living space and value to your home. Find out what timber to use for your decking with this guide from Bunnings.
How to sand a deck
Giving your deck a sand is a great way to help give it a new lease on life.
How to make a D.I.Y. wooden seesaw
A sure-fire way to get the kids outside and enjoying hours of fun, this seesaw is easy to make yourself.