Cottesloe Beach on the Indian Ocean is one of Perth's most popular spots for swimming, snorkling and surfing. The building is the Indiana Tea House.
Looking at southern side of the Swan River from Botanical Garden.
Looking north across the Swan River to Perth.
The very posh Peppermint Grove neighborhood of Perth.
This Boab Tree was moved in 2008. At the time the tree was over 750 years old. This was the largest land journey of a tree of this size in history.
Magpies were squawking for food.
Walking in the tree tops on the glass bridge at Kings Park Botanical Garden.
The Old Swan Brewery complex contains a restaurant, function center and microbrewery.
ANZAC Bluff at The Botanical Garden.
Quaint Fremantle with a modern twist. The yellow lines were painted on the buildings and sidewalk all the way to the yellow steeple (in the center rear).
The Curfew Bell (left rear) was rung 10 minutes before curfew to bring the parolees back to the jail from the pubs in town.
The Fremantle Gaol (Jail) or Round House is the oldest public building in Western Australia. It was built in 1831 soon after British free settlers established the Swan River Colony.
Old worker barracks that have not been restored.
Restored worker barracks are condos in downtown Fremantle.