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Great instructable allencvetanovic. I had been thinking about doing one in a cut down ICB cube but this approach is better and more flexible for the average garden. I had a chuckle at your reference to "blue metal" and wondered how that might be interpreted by our friends in the Northern Hemisphere but your pictures made that very clear regardless.
Yes. We're in Aus so the project will start in early Spring (around August-September). I plan to make each planter box around 7' x 7' which is a standard timber dimension. and I plan to have them arranged in a 2x3 grid with around 1.5 feet between each in the row and around 3 feet between the 2 rows for wheelbarrows. Squashing them in together like this is to lessen the chance of kangaroos and wallabies pushing their way into the boxes through the netting. Not that I'm sure that will happen but who knows. Time will tell I guess.