Sheds Down South offer an extensive range of Heritage and Australian barns with a lot of design options to suit your site, space and intended use.

They come with building options for bay sizes, length, spans, heights, as well as roofs, doors, awning pitch and sizes, open or enclosed areas, and height drops for the awning.

Our barns not only make for spacious residential and rural buildings, but they can also serve as excellent stable complexes and storage.


You can integrate additional features into your design to maximise functionality, comfort and usable space. Additional options include mezzanine floors, skylights, internal partition walls, roller doors, personal access doors, windows, glass sliding doors, whirlybirds/ventilators, insulation, vermin flashings, roller door motors and remotes, and attached awning.


Also known as American barns, heritage barns have the raised drop on the central bay. A typical heritage barn has a garble roof on the central bay with regular awnings. Our flexible design system allows you to go for a more modern skillion roof and uneven awnings. You may also choose to have one or both of the awnings open.


Australian barns offer a slight alteration of the traditional design. It features a central bay with two enclosed awnings, and lacks a drop in the roofline. There’s also more flexibility in awning and bay widths.

At Sheds Down South, we build our ShedSafe accredited portal frame sheds to meet the specific design criteria of your site. All of our sheds are designed, engineered, and manufactured to comply with the strict Australian Building Codes.

Our sheds will add value to your property and offer high-quality shelter and storage options for your animals and machinery. You’ll get a spacious backdrop while you get the farm jobs done.

Gain inspiration for your barn design and view our gallery below. If you want to get started, request a quote today.