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That, and plenty more to enjoy on Outdoors Indoors!
There’s no doubt we all need our own space from time to time, even more so at different times of our lives. A place to unwind, a place to relax and a place that takes us away from the daily grind.
When it comes to blokes, our Dad’s had their sheds, a refuge they retreated to after the dishes were done and kids. Where the sound of lathes, drills and grinders magically transformed blocks of wood into impressive pieces of furniture.
The modern Man Cave is quite capable of turning out bookcase or two, however it’s less about making, more about chilling.Find your space
It’s often preferable to create a Man Cave outside the main living areas of the house. Converting the garage is often a quick and easy solution. Four walls and a roller doors saves building a separate room. Although, if you don’t have a ready shed to deck out, then a purpose built space give you plenty of options.Decking Out
The one thing a Man Cave doesn’t have to be, is coordinated. It’s a personal space, one where something comfortable to sit on is an excellent starting point. The discarded family or friend’s sofa, as long as it allows you to lay and lounge, fits the bill perfectly without costing a cent.
Head to Gumtree if you are looking for budget solution to Man Cave furnishing.
A few things any self-respecting Man Cave must have, apart from comfortable seating:
Optional Extras (in no particular order):
Whether you have the latest mod cons or working on a budget, adding your own personal touches will help create the perfect place to pursue your interests.
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Australia's first agricultural college was established at Roseworthy, 50km north of Adelaide, in 1883, and joined forces with the University of Adelaide in 1991. Roseworthy is an internationally renowned centre for excellence in dryland agriculture and animal production. Located on a 1600 hectare property, the campus includes a working farm on which students gain practical experience and training.
Research and teaching is aided by the University of Adelaide's Veterinary Health Centres based on the campus which offer a complete range of veterinary care, diagnostic services and student teaching facilities supervised by experienced and compassionate veterinary professionals.
At the University of Adelaide’s School of Veterinary Science’s Roseworthy Campus, there’s a very special collection of animal skeletons and curiosities that is constantly being studied and added to.
To find out more about how you can view this wonderful array of anatomical skeletons, including a rhinoceros, contact the University of Adelaide’s School of Veterinary Science’s Roseworthy Campus.
Roseworthy Campus contact:Ph: (08) 8313 7812