Lovely to see you again!
We're joining Tricky for Five on Friday today, do have a look at the link up to see what else has been happening around the world.
Two - St Mary's Cathedral
A charming garden with lily ponds and black swans plus there's also a copy of Sir George Frampton's Peter Pan statue, the original is in Kensington Gardens, London, to mark Western Australia's Centenary. It is one of only four statues to be made from the original mould.
|The floodlights of the WACA cricket pitch in the background|
Four - Governor's House
As luck would have it, the annual opening day of the Governor's House occurred while we were in the area, so we took a tour around the house and grounds while the band played on.
|An echidna was asleep in the garden!|
Five - Mayfields Peninsula and the Tranby House
One of the first houses built when the original European settlers established themselves, Tranby House is now part of the National Trust of Australia.
The Mayfields Peninsula where it is situated, is a haven for wildlife and
was where the first airfield was built in 1924.
New houses nearby surround a lake with plenty of space for the community to enjoy . . .
. . . even a delightful building.
Have a great weekend everyone.