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  • Black Swans
    A black swan and her little babies. You can see them a lot at Swan River, some lakes or wetlands
  • Black Swans
    Swan River dolphins.
    A new Murdoch report reveals that 20 dolphins are resident year-round in the Swan Canning Riverpark, while 16 others make occasional visits.
  • Black Swans
    A perched seagull.
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    Red Tailed Black Cockatoos. They like to gather in thousands near the trees around our house and make deafening noise.

  • Black Swans
    A Bandicoot. We used to have one who liked to share the chicken feed with our chooks every night. We caught him and dropped him at a park about 7km away.
    But he manged to come back in one week. Oh, my dear! He can stay!!!
  • Black Swans
    Our lovely and energetic Australian Kelpie - Max. He can run very, very fast. He just learned how to catch a fresbee and is loving it.
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    Bottle Brush! The more we look at it, the more we love it.
  • Black Swans
    A beautiful Grevillea flower. The birds love to visit us because of it.

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    King Protea flower and bud. Though not native to Australia, it loves the climate here and can have stunning flowers every year.
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    Isn't it gorgeous? A Kangaroo Paw!!!
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    Another stunning flowers from our cacti. They started flowering a few years ago and then keep coming back every year.
  • Black Swans
    Other than blue sky, we have beautiful rainbows in wet seasons.

  • Black Swans
    Fantastic view from Mt Hassel of Stirling Range in Southern WA
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    Another excellent view from Mt Hassel. We came in by car through the track in the photo and climbed up to the peak.
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    This is just to show how blue the sky is. We have this clear and beautiful weather through out the summer.
  • Perth Metro Sunshine
    Perth metro sunshine statistics
    Even in June (the raining season), there is still 5 hours sunshine per day. Loving it!

  • Munda Biddi Cycling Track
    Munda Biddi Trail (1,000km)
    The longest continuous cycling trail in the world
  • Bibbulmum Track
    Bibbulmum Walk Trail (995km)
    One of the world’s great long distance walk trails