Discover the ideal storage solution for your gardening needs with our collection of small garden sheds. Whether you require additional space for gardening tools or equipment, our sheds are designed to meet your needs perfectly. Crafted specifically to fit into compact areas without sacrificing storage capacity, our small garden sheds combine practicality with style.

With a strong emphasis on quality, durability, and functionality, our sheds are built to withstand the test of time while seamlessly complementing any garden style. Despite their compact size, these small garden sheds prove to be an invaluable addition to any backyard, offering a convenient and secure space to store all your gardening essentials, from lawnmowers and hedge trimmers to potted plants, our small garden sheds come in various sizes and styles, ensuring you find the perfect fit for your storage requirements.


Models & Sizes


If you've been wondering if is it cheaper to build your own shed, you'll discover that yes, it is less expensive to build your own shed than to purchase a pre-built shed. That is at least if you have all the tools required to build the shed. Typically, it won't take many speciality tools to build the shed.

This depends on what shed you purchase. For example, some shed manufacturers won't warranty your shed unless it is constructed on a purpose-built concrete pad and fastened down. Duratuf sheds have an optional timber floor for each shed under 10 sqm.

A floor is recommended in any shed in order to keep your gear dry and off the damp ground. All small Duratuf sheds are available with an optional timber floor. For a more permanent option, you can construct a concrete floor however this will be more expensive than a timber floor.

The best small shed to put against a shed or the house is a shed with a Skillion roof. A skillion roof means that the water will flow towards the shed door rather than down the back of the shed. This prevents water from going down the house walls or over the fence into the neighbouring property.

NO! In fact a shed can help to increase your home value and asking price when you decide it's time to sell.