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A GAME CHANGER OF A SHED FOR ALBURY WODONGA TABLE TENNIS ASSOCIATION.

The town of Albury sits on the border between Victoria and New South Wales. In this small Australian village you might expect things to be a little more sedate. However, since 1950 it’s been the site of many back-and-forth duals between fierce opponents. It’s seen its share of rivalries and intense competition. You see, for over 60 years this has been the home of the Albury Wodonga Table Tennis Association. Where keen players have lined […]

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THE MISKIN’S SHED

Sometimes you’ll find our sheds in unexpected places, but just as often they’re right there in the neighbour’s yard next door. The ones close to home are no less fascinating to us and today we continue our exploration into some of the lives behind our sheds, with the story of Bev and Bill Miskin. Two self-described “typical Queenslanders” with a love of family and the good old Aussie life. Married for 42 years, the couple […]

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CUSTOMER STORY – Les & Janet – The shed at the shooting club

We never get tired of hearing the interesting and sometimes unexpected ways in which Shedboss sheds are making their way into Australian lives. Lately we’ve been speaking to some past customers to learn more about the story that lies behind the steel. Like Janet and Les from Gladstone, who came to Shedboss with an idea that would help them get more enjoyment from their sport. The couple moved to Gladstone to retire to a coastal […]

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MAN, MACHINE AND MY SHED

Every shed has a story. Sometimes it’s part of your business, sometimes it’s part of who you are. That’s what it is for John Mazzer, who has spent countless hours meticulously restoring rare and beautiful motorcycles inside his shed in Lismore. A lifelong motorcycle enthusiast, John has been restoring old motorbikes for about 10 years. He’s lost track of how long he’s spent turning wrenches, stripping, sanding, welding and tuning about 15 bikes over the […]