The week's best photos from Australia's South West
A quick journey through the week that was.
Striking imagery of our beautiful region; exposing the tones of a long winter with a glimmer of a long awaited spring.
|@cadman1963 - "Splendid Fairy-wren at Margaret River Berry Farm"|
|@discovermargaretriver - "The weather kinda feels like the winter that keeps on giving, but nothing says Spring like the boys punching the crap out of each other in the paddock"|
|@jasonnesbitt - "Places you would generally drive past and have no idea of their existence" - Ironstone Gully Falls|
|@nikkichuaa - "A walk to remember. 3.6KM of walking, talking, laughing and pondering in the cool wind. Would love to do it again." - Busselton Jetty|
|@pgdono - "Patterns" - Bunker Bay|
|@wetshutter - "The longest walk. This walker will have walked more than three and a half kilometers by the time he returns from his stroll to the end and back. At nearly two kilometers, Busselton Jetty is the longest wooden jetty in the world and a draw card to this region three hours south of Perth. I dived here more than twenty years ago but unlike our local jetty dives, the only sensible way to get to the end of the jetty is by boat. I don't really remember much about what we found here beneath the waves so long ago. I think I remember seahorses. I certainly remember many of fish species here were the same as those back home. I am certain no one was diving here today with turbid cappuccino water crashing around the pylons and onto the beach. Perhaps this guy is a diver making the longest walk to the end and back instead." - Busselton Jetty|
|@whatisanooka - "Karri forest trekkin'" - Boranup Forest, Margaret River|
|@yellowlambourghini22 - "Who says I'm not well blended?"- Providore|
|@lyndonjsmith - "A LOVELY SCENE - Dunsborough, Western Australia.|
Just outside of Dunsborough, I took a detour off the road towards the sea. The winding track took me down and over a small stream that fed into the ocean. The banks of the stream were covered in grass and Australian native vegetation. The little stream trickled over the white sand, carving a small channel in the beach and finally mixing with the salty water of the bay. The sea was a lovely blue and aqua colour and white fluffy clouds were dotted across the blue sky. I was really pleased that my long journey to the west had been rewarded with such a lovely scene."
|@taasniaa - "Lavender ice-cream" - Cape Lavender Teahouse|
What talented locals and travelers we have in the South West - make sure you check out their Instagram pages (all linked above) to view more of their amazing imagery from their travels around the Margaret River Region.
To experience the region, why not base yourself at Amalfi Resort Busselton - rated no. 1 on TripAdvisor for the region!
Until next time,