Even though dolphins are regular visitors along the coast of WA, it's still magical every time you see them.
Taken from the WA Club of Western Australia looking West down St Georges Terrace with the Concert Hall, Government House, Elizabeth Quay and Kings Park all in view.
One of my most favourite places to visit. The Ningaloo Reef is simply beautiful.
If you want a touch of glamping then Sal Salis on the Ningaloo Reef is the place to head.
Lake Argyle is Western Australia's largest and Australia's second largest freshwater man-made reservoir by volume. The reservoir is part of the Ord River Irrigation Scheme and is located near the East Kimberley town of Kununurra.
Turquoise Bay on the Ningaloo Reef. Just perfect.
The stunning Ningaloo Coastline, nothing can quite compare to it.
A channel filters the waters of the Ningaloo Reef.
Situated in the North East Wheatbelt is the amazing Askew Lake. About 25km North of Bencubbin.
A shot I'd been wanting to get for some time and it was a waiting game for the right conditions. Finally everything was perfect. The Milky Way at Guilderton Lighthouse.
Another perfect end to the day at Scarborough Beach, Perth WA.
A beautiful sunrise over Perth City.
The beautiful and idyllic Bunker Bay in the Southwest of WA. This stunning image works in both portrait and landscape.
Bobbing around in the water for a couple of hours to finally get the shot I as hoping for. Just north of Trigg Beach Surf Club.
An amazingly colourful sunset over the rocks at Cape Leeuwin near Augusta.
The classic camel trail along Cable Beach in Broome. A must do bucket-list if you are up that way.
Under an hours drive from Perth is Noble Falls. A quaint little river and waterfall with plenty of areas to have a picnic.
The beautiful Turquoise Pool, nestled deep in the El Questro Wilderness Park, Kimberley