We were on our way to a selected destination outside Perth to a small bushland area to look at Western Australian wildflowers, when we came to a small park off the side of the road. The bus driver drove down into the park beside a small picnic table. Out came heaps of cardboard cups. An abundance of hot tea and coffee became available from many thermoses.
The area was a very picturesque place. Nearby was a small creek with a small bridge across the creek. The creek flowed over some rocks and became a small waterfall. See the photos below.
Pink wildflowers beside the creek.
A very big, nice twisted log makes for an interesting creek-side landscape feature to the park.
Pink wildflowers beside the creek. See a closeup of the flower in the photo below.
The small bridge across the creek.
Looking up the creek from the bridge.
Looking down the creek from the bridge. See the base rocks at the far end of the creek. The base rocks are shown in detail in a few photos down.
An acacia (wattle) species in full flower.
Ken and his awesome wife Harriet looking at the rapids and the waterfall.
The rapids and the waterfall.