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How to get to Nowergup (Western Australia) Hotel Nowergup (Western Australia)

Photos of Nowergup, Western Australia

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Australia - grandson #3 on dirt bike
Australia - grandson #3 on dirt bike
  • Author: MYSCREEN14 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-10-09 08:39:39
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°38'9"S - 115°42'45"O
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Stepping out.
Stepping out.
  • Author: Tone'o Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-01-17 18:00:44
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°38'46"S - 115°42'14"O
  • Cacatua pastinator Giving loud warning shouts our daily 6am & 6pm visitors are a joy for our family... The western corella (also known as the western long-billed corella), is a species of white cockatoo endemic to south-western Australia. Cacatua pastinator is a white cockatoo with the upper wing entirely white and under surface of the wing pale yellow. It has an erect white crest, blue grey eye skin, crimson pink colouring between the eyes and beak, a small pink patch on the throat, and long pointed bill. Cacatua pastinator lacks sexual dimorphism and the sexes are difficult to distinguish. Determination of the sex of Cacatua pastinator cannot be determined on the basis of eye colour or plumage, observations of pairs have revealed that the males are larger than the females and have a deeper alarm call. Cacatua pastinator is a medium-sized stocky cockatoo with broad rounded wings, a short tail, and a crest which is usually flattened. Muir's Corella (Cacatua pastinator pastinator) adults range in length from 43–48 centimetres (17–19 in) and weigh 560–815 grams (19.8–28.7 oz). The northern subspecies, Butler's Corella (Cacatua pastinator butleri), are a smaller bird with adults 40–48 centimetres (16–19 in) in length and weighing up to 700 grams (25 oz). The bill is a dullish grey white, the legs are dark grey and the upper mandible has a long tip. The underparts are often stained or dirty as a result of feeding on the ground and digging. The flesh of the western corella is described as plump and tender, and suitable for stewing!! Many thanks for the 1 million views
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Square-tailed Kite?
Square-tailed Kite?
  • Author: Tone'o Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-12-22 12:07:22
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°38'21"S - 115°42'48"O
  • The square-tailed kite (Lophoictinia isura) is a medium-sized bird of prey in the family Accipitridae, which also includes many other diurnal raptors such as kites, eagles and harriers. I know - a bit soft! At least the clouds are in focus... I panicked as it flew just a few meters above my head and was gone in a second. I still thought this was worth looking at. lol Photo: Butler, Western Australia.
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Preparing for Summer
Preparing for Summer
  • Author: Tone'o Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-09-02 14:45:19
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°38'41"S - 115°42'35"O
  • Another neighbours swimming pool being installed for summer. 7am start. then two days work and another neighbour's back garden swimming pool is ready to help keep us all cool in the West Australian summer heat.
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Email
Email
  • Author: Tone'o Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-09-06 11:33:29
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°38'20"S - 115°42'25"O
  • Electric Mail. Our Australia Postie on his near silent electric trike. It's so quiet, now, I'll never know if he's been to us. With the postbox next to the footpath all he has to do is bend and shove the letter in the box. It's got GPS tracking and Video surveillance. Poor bugger can't stop off for a cuppa now...:-)) The sound of the local postie bike coming up the street will give way to the whirl of an electric trike as Australia Post rolls out its new mail delivery vehicles. Australia Post said the new electronic delivery vehicles (eDVs) had more sun protection and carrying capacity, and would keep posties safer from swooping magpies. The general manager of network optimisation for Australia Post, said people would start to see more of these types of vehicles coming out to deliver to houses. "Our postie bikes in the past have been great workhorses, but they are limited in what they can carry," he said. "It [the wave of new trikes] means there's a place for a postie many years into the future." Online shopping growth means more to carry Australia Post estimates that the volume of parcels has grown 10 per cent per year, for the past three years. It predicts that by 2020 one in every 10 items bought, will be bought online. So posties have had to adapt. Key points: •Australia Post estimates the volume of parcels has grown 10 per cent per year for the past three years •It predicts that by 2020, one in every 10 items bought will be bought online •Australia Post first introduced motorbikes to its delivery fleet in the 1970s
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Toast
Toast
  • Author: Tone'o Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-09-03 15:34:12
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°37'58"S - 115°41'8"O
  • Play time... I think next time I would use a bigger aperture. Say f/16 instead of f/22
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Toilet Humour
Toilet Humour
  • Author: Tone'o Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-07 12:47:10
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°37'58"S - 115°41'8"O
  • A dunny with a smile. The first shot I took was sent around to relations via e-mail. Then I noticed the loo needed cleaning... What must they think of me? So, this is the 'cleaned up' version. We get so much pleasure from our toilets... lol
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Rusted Relics
Rusted Relics
  • Author: mofff Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-01-13 06:21:43
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°37'43"S - 115°43'30"O
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Trethowan Promenade, Alkimos
Trethowan Promenade, Alkimos
Butler Station
Butler Station
  • Author: AS 1979 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-06-03 12:13:41
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°38'4"S - 115°41'58"O
  • Current terminus of Perth's Northern Suburbs railway line which was first built in the Mitchell Freeway to Joondalup in 1992. The line was later extended one stop to Currambine in 1993, Clarkson in 2004 and Butler in 2014. The last stage of the line operates more as a traditional suburban railway with the station in a town centre rather than a high speed commuter rail in the freeway median with the stations distant from activity centres. The WA McGown Government's 'Metronet' will see the line extended another 13.8km to Yanchep with stations at Alkimos and Eglinton with construction starting in 2019
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Butler Station
Butler Station
  • Author: AS 1979 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-06-03 12:14:04
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°38'4"S - 115°41'58"O
  • Current terminus of Perth's Northern Suburbs railway line which was first built in the Mitchell Freeway to Joondalup in 1992. The line was later extended one stop to Currambine in 1993, Clarkson in 2004 and Butler in 2014. The last stage of the line operates more as a traditional suburban railway with the station in a town centre rather than a high speed commuter rail in the freeway median with the stations distant from activity centres. The WA McGown Government's 'Metronet' will see the line extended another 13.8km to Yanchep with stations at Alkimos and Eglinton with construction starting in 2019
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Butler Station
Butler Station
  • Author: AS 1979 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-06-03 12:14:13
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°38'3"S - 115°41'58"O
  • Current terminus of Perth's Northern Suburbs railway line which was first built in the Mitchell Freeway to Joondalup in 1992. The line was later extended one stop to Currambine in 1993, Clarkson in 2004 and Butler in 2014. The last stage of the line operates more as a traditional suburban railway with the station in a town centre rather than a high speed commuter rail in the freeway median with the stations distant from activity centres. The WA McGown Government's 'Metronet' will see the line extended another 13.8km to Yanchep with stations at Alkimos and Eglinton with construction starting in 2019 End of the cutting looking DOWN towards Yanchep.
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Butler Station
Butler Station
  • Author: AS 1979 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-06-03 12:14:21
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°38'3"S - 115°41'56"O
  • Current terminus of Perth's Northern Suburbs railway line which was first built in the Mitchell Freeway to Joondalup in 1992. The line was later extended one stop to Currambine in 1993, Clarkson in 2004 and Butler in 2014. The last stage of the line operates more as a traditional suburban railway with the station in a town centre rather than a high speed commuter rail in the freeway median with the stations distant from activity centres. The WA McGown Government's 'Metronet' will see the line extended another 13.8km to Yanchep with stations at Alkimos and Eglinton with construction starting in 2019
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Butler Station
Butler Station
  • Author: AS 1979 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-06-03 12:16:57
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°38'6"S - 115°42'0"O
  • Current terminus of Perth's Northern Suburbs railway line which was first built in the Mitchell Freeway to Joondalup in 1992. The line was later extended one stop to Currambine in 1993, Clarkson in 2004 and Butler in 2014. The last stage of the line operates more as a traditional suburban railway with the station in a town centre rather than a high speed commuter rail in the freeway median with the stations distant from activity centres. The WA McGown Government's 'Metronet' will see the line extended another 13.8km to Yanchep with stations at Alkimos and Eglinton with construction starting in 2019
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Butler Station
Butler Station
  • Author: AS 1979 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-06-03 12:20:12
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°38'11"S - 115°42'1"O
  • Current terminus of Perth's Northern Suburbs railway line which was first built in the Mitchell Freeway to Joondalup in 1992. The line was later extended one stop to Currambine in 1993, Clarkson in 2004 and Butler in 2014. The last stage of the line operates more as a traditional suburban railway with the station in a town centre rather than a high speed commuter rail in the freeway median with the stations distant from activity centres. The WA McGown Government's 'Metronet' will see the line extended another 13.8km to Yanchep with stations at Alkimos and Eglinton with construction starting in 2019
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