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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This week we are at home with fireman Luke and his wife Jen. They are a great couple who live in the suburbs and work hard. They've got a young family and recently bought a fantastic house, which will see them through for a good few years. We noticed that their carpets needed a bit of love, so we ripped up the lot and replaced it with a brand new high-end carpet. Walt and Dani find out what lives deep inside your split system and it will totally gross you out- but don't worry we know just the people to call!
The new home build continues this week and we are roofing the house, giving Walt a chance to test his fear of heights plus, we show you a couple of inexpensive ways you can add a bit of luxury to your house in a matter of minutes.
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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.