Monument Hill in Fremantle is a large monolithic war memorial overlooking Fremantle. If you were thinking the above photos is a little different than shots I’d normally post, below is the explanation. Me as a little boy standing right in this spot.
Port Beach gets its name from its location just north of Fremantle Port. It is a classic example of the great Australian white sandy beach. It is consequently a popular and frequently visited beach, but as is the abundance of fantastic beaches in Perth, you are always going to find an empty spot of sand
Well it may not be as flashy a foreshore development as Elizabeth Quay, or as profitable, but the redevelopment of the parklands (and parking) around the Narrows Bridge in South Perth definitely gets my approval. What was earlier just a scrappy car park that flooded every time it rained, surrounded by dry grass, has been
On this page will be the collection of skyline photos of Perth City from various angles during 2017. You are welcome to check back often to see updates. The first photos added are from the final days of 2016.
I have wanted to ride to the western most tip of Rottnest Island for many years, and I finally got around to doing it. It was great to be there, it was great to see the beautiful sights. I look forward to returning in the evening for an unforgettable western sunset.
This page is currently being filled out, but I have made it live for you to enjoy immediately. Check back later for more photos. Fremantle Port The mouth of the swan river is lined with the Fremantle Port. As the river snakes it way inland it eventually comes to the City of Perth CBD. Fremantle
Open House Perth returned in 2016 better than ever. More places to visit and adjustments to previous big ticket items meant the day provided a lot more bounce per ounce! A real highlight was being let loose on a couple of completely open vacant floors in both QV1 and 556 Wellington, which is part of