Australia Day is traditionally a day of celebration on the Perth Foreshore, culminating in fireworks. (if traditional can be used for a 28 year history).
After an afternoon which had more the look of an Airshow, we were treated to a giant Australian flag being towed across the Perth Skyline.
Finally the fireworks began. And they were possibly the most spectacular ever seen on the West Coast of this Continent.
These images were taken by a hand-held camera from a balcony in Maylands about three Kilometres from the action. Buildings in East Perth are between me and the river-front.