An outdoor shower is a wonderful way to bring us closer to nature. This project is perfect for when you want to rinse off after a swim in the pool, as it connects to a cold water tap.


  1. Determine a suitable location for the outdoor shower – preferably close to a water source.
  2. Create a rectangular wooden structure approximately 0m x 500mm.
  3. On the back of the frame, add supporting slats to each vertical side and the middle of the frame; this will be used to secure each horizontal slat.
  4. It is a good idea to stain or paint the frame and horizontal slats before assembly in order to adequately cover each side suitably.
  5. Secure the horizontal slats to the frame using an exterior wood glue and wood screws.
  6. To mount the frame in place, secure a treated timber pole to each end from the back. Attach 2x metal stakes to the bottom of each foot and secure in the ground using a concrete mixture to create a permanent structure – quick-setting concrete works well in this application.
  7. After the cement has cured, attach the plumbing pipes that will connect to your water source. Be sure to use a water-wise shower head to conserve water.
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