Home, garden, lifestyle or build- Walt Collins and Dani Wales have got it covered. Healthy Homes Australia is a lively, fun and stylised Australian lifestyle series. From room a make-over, the latest idea or innovation, power tools, swimming pools, building and construction. Don't forget to like Walt and Dani on Facebook!
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Building homes special
Series 4, episode 5
On this special edition of Healthy Homes Australia, we have been given access all areas to a hot new display house from Burbank, which is setting a stunning new standard. We were very impressed with how builders are raising the bar in terms of design and style.
Dani and Walt get to grips with the nasties floating around in your home and how reducing humidity can really have a great impact on your health. We've tested out some killer sound systems on this show, but we've found the godfather of all of them- plus we are giving away a massive drum kit!
Walt heads to Brisbane to check out how this new method of building houses is slashing the cost and time of construction- launching the first of our 4 stories on this. Plus, sick of travelling around multiple display villages? We check out what all the fuss is about with a website that's on your side!
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Born in Townsville and originally from a banking background, Dani Wales has a natural flair for designing contemporary liveable spaces. Dani shot to fame after appearing with her partner Dan Reilly on a hit reality TV renovation show in not one, but two seasons. Dani quickly established herself as the ‘queen of styling’ and her renovated houses in South Melbourne and Bondi have been universally recognised as ‘stylish’ and ‘beautifully resolved’.
Born and schooled in the UK, Walt Collins migrated to Australia as a late teenager. His path into the world of media was already well established by the universe from an early age. At 14, Walt began broadcasting his pirate TV station to his local neighbourhood in the UK via a wok satellite! A director in the UK discovered Walt’s work and a documentary called WalterVision was produced, airing in Sheffield. The young lad’s career in television was born.