Coolgardie Main Street by Eve Parry

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Photographed in Coolgardie, Western Australia. Coolgardie is located 550 kilometres east of Perth, approximately 40 kilometres west of Kalgoorlie, and 187 kilometres north of Norseman. It owes its existence to the discovery of gold at nearby Fly Flat in September 1892.


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I retired to Frankland River 10 years ago, after living in Perth since 1971; originally I was from Shropshire, England.
Most of my work, is done in the lower south of Western Australia, mainly Frankland, my garden, and Albany. However, I do visit my family who still live in Perth, and try to take the opportunity to photograph other places.

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  • mspfoto
    mspfotoover 2 years ago

    The colour is so outback red, Nice Shot.

  • Thank you very much.

    – Eve Parry

  • Roger Neal
    Roger Nealabout 2 years ago

    Congratulations Eve,
    this image has been placed 2nd in the Country Town Main Streets challenge and is also featured in Destination Australia group for week commencing 7-5-12.

  • Great!! Thank you.

    – Eve Parry

  • SusanAdey
    SusanAdeyabout 2 years ago

    Hi, As a Top Four winner you are invited to enter this image in the Destination Australia July SuperChallenge – open for entries now. Good Luck!

  • Done! Thank you.

    – Eve Parry

  • sarnia2
    sarnia2almost 2 years ago

  • Thank you so much for the feature.

    – Eve Parry

  • Elaine Teague
    Elaine Teaguealmost 2 years ago

    Looks a lot cleaner than when I was there, which must be about 10 years ago or more. Love the real old Aussie country look you’ve captured here Eve.

  • Thank you Elaine. They must have cleaned up their act as everywhere was very clean.

    – Eve Parry

  • janewiebenga
    janewiebengaover 1 year ago

    Great image Eve. I haven’t been to Coolgardie for years. I love the rich red colours portrayed in the buildings. : )

  • Thank you very much Jane. I was only there for a few hours, but I certainly enjoyed the history of the town.

    – Eve Parry

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