There is no denying timber decking looks aesthetically pleasing on a country property surrounded by towering eucalypts. Nowhere do we feel the itch to enjoy the outdoors more than on a property hidden well and truly within the Aussie outback. But for some, the threat of a bushfire or ember attack will put them off ever building a deck to their home.

ACT may not be the most popular destination for outdoor activities but the nation’s capital has some great choices for you to enjoy. It’s steeped in culture, history and natural splendour. Australian War Memorial  …

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Melbourne and Victoria are generally labelled as cultural hubs, more indoors-y than some of the other Australian states. There’s this image of Melburnians attending concerts and other arts in heavy coats while the weather rages…

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New South Wales is far more than just Australia’s most populous state. It’s also home to some of the world’s most beautiful outdoor destinations. Byron Bay Cape Byron, Australia’s most easterly point, is home to…

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South Australia is home to beautiful rangelands and mountainous terrain, long summers and diverse outdoor activities. It was made for the outdoor lover, what with all the wonderful beaches, scenic attractions, festivals, events and much…

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Western Australia has so much more than iron ore. In fact, for us 2.5 million people living here, spread across the huge land mass, there’s an abundance of outdoor activities at our disposal. Being an…

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Ah Tasmania, the Island of Inspiration, the Apple Isle, the Island of brilliant outdoor activities…okay we made that last one up, but it’s true; a plethora of outdoor wonders really does await you. As an…

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