Western Australia – Day 9 – Dawesville Foreshore Reserve

The second stop we made was in Dawesville, a suburb of Mandurah and located between the Harvey Estuary and the Indian Ocean, according to Google’s write-up of it. We drove along Estuary road until we came to a spot that had a small park at a boat ramp, then got out to stretch our legs. The place was beautifully serene and quiet on the weekday mid-afternoon, and coupled with a sunny blue sky, made for some marvelous opportunities to take pictures of the birds around the shoreline.

Looking for food on the ground.

Flight and flightless birds.

Aaahhh – it’s coming for me!!

Several boats anchored off shore.

Set up the E-M1 on 12s self-timer for family wefies!

We stayed in the area for half an hour before soldering on towards Old Coast Road – though we shortly hit heavy traffic along Kwinana Freeway that delayed the reaching our final stop by a bit.

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