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ICONIC HEIRLOOM BEAUTY FOR FREMANTLE

Delighted to see the Heirloom by Match residential development of the historic former Dalgety Woolstores at Fremantle’s Queen Victoria Street. It was the first time in years this morning that there was no scaffolding around it. 14 more words

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Day 14 - Wednesday 18 January

I am still totally on a high after doing my first ever beach run this morning.

For some reason, I’ve always held up beach running as a pinnacle of fitness – something really difficult and painful that I’d aspire to do one day when I reached a level of fitness I was happy with. 666 more words

Dad and chicks

After watching the Bibra lake Rainbow bee-eaters arrive late last year, dig their burrows, see off marauding Dugites, feed their chicks, and become political pawns, I still hadn’t caught an image I was really happy with. 79 more words

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BACK TO EXMOUTH, PREPARE TO TRAVEL SOUTH

5/07/2016 – OMG More Weather!!!

We packed up and headed back to Exmouth, Liz is flying back to Perth tomorrow and Linda and I are driving south. 114 more words

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LAST DAY AT NINGALOO

4/07/2016 – A last look around

We drove to Turquoise Bay for a look even though the waves were too rough to think about snorkeling. 52 more words

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ROUNDHOUSE FRINGE FESTIVAL THEATRE

Western Australia’s oldest public building the historic Roundhouse goal at Fremantle’s Arthur Head took on a whole different look last night when the dress rehearsals for the… 125 more words

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They will not be moved: Save Beeliar Wetlands

Every evening, when I think it is bedtime, I am waylaid by the Facebook stories which pop up from Western Australia.  There it is early morning and the campaigners against the Roe 8 highway are gearing themselves for yet another day’s fight against the assault on their treasured Beeliar Wetlands. 278 more words

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