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TWA-0073316 © WestPix Luke Whitehead jumps over the water flooded onto Langley Park in the city today.  Picture: Steve Ferrier The West Australian.
TWA-0073249 © WestPix Wild weather. Sean Tozer and dog Beau brave the elements at Cottesloe Beach. Picture: Simon Santi The West Australian
CTY-0003964 © WestPix Cookernup farmer Chris Hayes, right and his brother Ben Hayes, happy at recent rain. PICTURE NIC ELLIS   THE WEST AUSTRALIAN
TWA-0072913 © WestPix Balcatta man Billy Joncevski arrived at Celebration Park in Balga to walk his dogs. He came across this huge tree which had been completely uprooted. Damage from storm front. 31 JULY 2017 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
TWA-0072924 © WestPix Rochester Circle in Balga is closed alongside Celebration Park where dozens of trees' branches were snapped and others completely uprooted. Power lines had also come down. Damage from storm front. 31 JULY 2017 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
TWA-0072925 © WestPix Siblings Warren and Andrea Jansen were not hurt when fallen tree branches felled power lines and damaged their home on Lismore Court, Duncraig. The pair said the response from the SES and community had been fantastic. Damage from storm front. 31 JULY 2017 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
TWA-0072928 © WestPix A buoy is pulled from its mooring and washed up on Port Beach, Fremantle. Picture: Simon Santi The West Australian
TWA-0072774 © WestPix Wet weather hit the metro area again today just before midday. This puddle was causing havoc on Jon Sanders Drive Herdsman. Picture:Sharon Smith The West Australian
TWA-0072775 © WestPix Wet weather hit the metro area again today just before midday. This hard core walker endure the wet at Jackadder Lake. Picture:Sharon Smith The West Australian
TWA-0072233 © WestPix Port Beach Polar Bears members at Port Beach, Fremantle. Pauline Henderson and Normie Edmondson. Picture: Simon Santi The West Australian
CTY-0003930 © WestPix The Landsell family, of Popanyinning, are pleased some solid rains have come to the farm and hopes the better conditions will spread tp the eastern and northern areas for the farmers there. Pictured: Bryce Landsell, 16,  sister Katelene Landsell, 14, mother Simone Landsell, and father Kevin Landsell. Front: Younger son Tyson Landsell, 11.  Picture: Rueben Ha
CTY-0003931 © WestPix Darkan farmer Ray Harrington says he is hopeful the season will finish with some higher than average rainfall to make up for the dry start. Picture: Rueben Hale Countryman.
TWA-0071328 © WestPix Surfers brave ferocious winds and rain at Cottesloe Beach. Big waves broke on the nearby groin. 8 AUGUST 2016 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
TWA-0071022 © WestPix Regular cyclist Paul Smale of Winthrop, cycles along a flooded pathway at Claisebrook Inlet in East Perth, after Perth received heavy rainfall overnight. PICTURE: NIC ELLIS    THE WEST AUSTRALIAN
TWA-0070798 © WestPix Sun lovers lapped up the winter sunshine at City Beach this Sunday. Picture: Sharon Smith The West Australian
TWA-0070843 © WestPix Sun lovers lapped up the winter sunshine at City Beach this Sunday. Five year old Scotty Lawless is happy to be in the water despite it being winter. Picture: Sharon Smith The West Australian
TWA-0070844 © WestPix Sun lovers lapped up the winter sunshine at City Beach this Sunday. Five year old Scotty Lawless is happy to be in the water despite it being winter. Picture: Sharon Smith The West Australian
ALA-0001622 © WestPix SUPLime's Courtney Higgins has been enjoying the warm start to winter at Middleton Beach. Picture: Laurie Benson Albany Advertiser
TWA-0070419 © WestPix Dry weather has played havoc with crops this season in Dalwallinu. Shire President Steven Carter and sons Todd Carter and Gavin Carter on the family farm. Picture: Simon Santi The West Australian
CTY-0003859 © WestPix Dry weather has played havoc with crops this season in Dalwallinu. Shire President Steven Carter and sons Todd Carter and Gavin Carter on the family farm. Picture: Simon Santi The West Australian
TWA-0070445 © WestPix Smoke haze seen over Perth from the South Perth foreshore. Picture: Simon Santi The West Australian
ALA-0001623 © WestPix SUPLime's Courtney Higgins has been enjoying the warm start to winter at Middleton Beach. Picture: Laurie Benson Albany Advertiser
KGM-0033372 © WestPix I love the friendly people, the community and the awesome weather, Pia Timu, Hannans. Picture: Andrew Murdoch
TWA-0069697 © WestPix Busselton Jetty as a storm approaches. Picture: Nic Ellis The West Australian
TWA-0069200 © WestPix Adele Parker of Ferndale came well prepared for the wet weather when she and her pet dogs, Diesel, left, a miniature black and white sheep dog and Jim, a jack russell cross red heeler, participated in the Million Paws Walk in South Perth today, Sunday. PICTURE: NIC ELLIS   THE WEST AUSTRALIAN
SUN-1401422 © WestPix Lucy Baddley is enjoying spending time at Cottesloe Beach. Picture - Justin Benson-Cooper. The Sunday Times
CTY-0003795 © WestPix Des O'Connell, with son-in-law Frank Chia and daughter Kerryn Chia, prepare for seeding on the family farm at Duranillin. The family only received 1mm of rain during April on the property. 28 APRIL 2017 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
CTY-0003801 © WestPix Des O'Connell, with son-in-law Frank Chia and daughter Kerryn Chia, prepare for seeding on the family farm at Duranillin. The family only received 1mm of rain during April on the property. 28 APRIL 2017 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
GGU-0006398 © WestPix 300417gguwomen008 Stephen Craig was enjoying the good weather and laid back tunes with mates Kevin Gabbons and Ryan Cuoran. Picture: Dominique Bayens The Geraldton Guardian
HAR-0006231 © WestPix More than 10,000 people flocked to the Harvey Show on Sunday in beautiful autumn weather. The hall was awash in colour with art and craft, produce, cooking and flowers. Cookernup green finger Lois Blackburn pulled off a hat trick winning Champion Rose for the third consecutive year. Picture: Hannelore Hepburn More photos page ????
TWA-0067226 © WestPix Frank and Kerryn Chia, with Kerryn's father Des O'Connell, prepare for seeding on the family farm at Duranillin. The family only received 1mm of rain during April on the property. 28 APRIL 2017 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
TWA-0067227 © WestPix Des O'Connell, with son-in-law Frank Chia and daughter Kerryn Chia, prepare for seeding on the family farm at Duranillin. The family only received 1mm of rain during April on the property. 28 APRIL 2017 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
BDT-0000287 © WestPix Organisers of last weekend's rodeo at The Beer Farm were overjoyed at the turnout, with the weather gods smiling as more than 3000 ticketholders flocked to the Metricup venue. The Times' Taelor Pelusey was in the thick of the action, and snapped this shot of Kane Drew holding on tight in the novice bull rider event. Picture: Taelor Pelusey
CTY-0003736 © WestPix Dunrock farmers Darren Wiech and father David Wiech show Agriculture MinisterAlannah MacTiernan soil degradation commom on agricultural land after the flooding. Picture: Rueben Hale
CTY-0003738 © WestPix Agriculture Minister Alannah MacTiernan and Agricultural Region MLC Darren West inspect the flood damage at Jerdacuttup River where the bridge washed away after the river overflowed.  Picture: Rueben Hale
TWA-0065991 © WestPix Harry Astles, 3, Kate Kimber, 40, and Skye Astles, 2, enjoying the puddles in Chinatown's Carnarvon Street after this morning's deluge. Picture: Jakeb Waddell
TWA-0064949 © WestPix Windsurfers enjoy wild weather off Cottesloe. Picture by Sharon Smith The West Australian 26 April 2016
TWA-0064971 © WestPix Windsurfers enjoy wild weather off Cottesloe. Picture by Sharon Smith The West Australian. 26 April 2016
TWA-0064216 © WestPix Cooling off at Noble Falls, near Gidgegannup, Mark Moulton of Hillarys, with three of his four children, left to right, Hayley, six, Tom, two and Abbie, four. PICTURE: NIC ELLIS   THE WEST AUSTRALIAN
TWA-0063902 © WestPix Floods which hit the Swan Valley on the weekend of the 11th February have receeded, leaving many wineries and businesses to clean up the mess. Although some wineries are faced with a big cleanup and stock losses, all were very optimistic about continuing on and 'getting on with it.' Laura Pearse, owner at Upper Reach winery, is happy her vines have survived,
TWA-0063903 © WestPix Floods which hit the Swan Valley on the weekend of the 11th February have receeded, leaving many wineries and businesses to clean up the mess. Although some wineries are faced with a big cleanup and stock losses, all were very optimistic about continuing on and 'getting on with  Eric Lembo is in the process of arranging new turf and was very grateful for pat
TWA-0063937 © WestPix Upper Reach Vineyard in Baskerville has had much of their vines covered by the flood waters. Owner Laura Pearse stands amongst the vines. Picture: Steve Ferrier The West Australian.
TWA-0063938 © WestPix Eric Lembo, owner of Caversham House, stands on the Grand Staircase which is three quarters under water; looking out to where the Hidden Garden is totally submerged. Picture: Steve Ferrier The West Australian.
KGM-0030096 © WestPix Gibson man Charles Boyes died after being swept away at this crossing north of Esperance. Picture: Simon Santi
TWA-0063584 © WestPix What to pack: cold weather trip. Picture: Iain Gillespie The West Australian
TWA-0063585 © WestPix What to pack: warm weather holiday. Picture: Iain Gillespie The West Australian
TWA-0063503 © WestPix Perth has been hammered by wet weather. Pictured is traffic on Jon Sanderson Drive in Osborne Park.  Picture - Justin Benson-Cooper The West Australian
CTY-0003601 © WestPix Premier Colin Barnett visits the Herne Hill property of grower Darryl Trease, left, where 70 per cent of the table grapes on the property are now under water. The Premier announced that large portions of the State have been declared a natural disaster zone. (Mr Trease is also the president of the Grape Growers Association of WA.) 13 FEBRUARY 2017 Picture: Da
CTY-0003602 © WestPix Flooding in the Swan Valley. Colby Quirk, Senior Wine Maker at Sittella Wines. Sitella have lost all their Shiraz Grapes (pictured half submerged in background). Picture: Ian Munro The West Australian 13/02/16
KGM-0030049 © WestPix Rhiannon Svedas was forced to move out of the Charles Street house she rents in Kalgoorlie-Boulder after a torrent of water rushed through it following last Friday's heavy rain. She does not know when she will be able to move back into it. (Picture: Louise White) 15th February 2017
KGM-0030050 © WestPix Rhiannon Svedas was forced to move out of the Charles Street house she rents in Kalgoorlie-Boulder after a torrent of water rushed through it following last Friday's heavy rain. She does not know when she will be able to move back into it. (Picture: Louise White) 15th February 2017
TWA-0063140 © WestPix Oldfield River Bridge, South Coast Highway. Substantial damage has been caused to the bridge and surrounding infrastructure, after the river broke the banks. Daring locals cross the bridge on foot, by bike and the bravest by car. Picture: Simon Santi The West Australian
TWA-0063075 © WestPix Eric Lembo, owner of Caversham House, stands on the Grand Staircase which is three quarters under water; looking out to where the Hidden Garden is totally submerged. Picture: Steve Ferrier The West Australian.
TWA-0063081 © WestPix Upper Reach Vineyard in Baskerville has had much of their vines covered by the flood waters. Picture: Steve Ferrier The West Australian.
TWA-0063082 © WestPix Upper Reach Vineyard in Baskerville has had much of their vines covered by the flood waters. Owner Laura Pearse stands amongst the vines. Picture: Steve Ferrier The West Australian.
KGM-0029983 © WestPix Rain in Kalgoorlie-Boulder.  Picture: Mary Meagher. Kristy-Lee South of Gardiner Paving working in Hannan Street.
KGM-0029984 © WestPix Rain in Kalgoorlie-Boulder.  Picture: Mary Meagher. Amber Grainger 13 and Breanna Dillon 14 at Gribble Creek, Boulder.
KGM-0029985 © WestPix Rain in Kalgoorlie-Boulder.  Picture: Mary Meagher. Connor Rankin 12 at Gribble Creek, Boulder.
KGM-0029986 © WestPix Rain in Kalgoorlie-Boulder.  Picture: Mary Meagher. Gribble Creek, Boulder. Danny Ribback and Bridget Ball.
KGM-0029987 © WestPix Rain in Kalgoorlie-Boulder.  Picture: Mary Meagher. Gribble Creek, Boulder. Zaylin Marr 8.
KGM-0029988 © WestPix Rain in Kalgoorlie-Boulder.  Picture: Mary Meagher. Leo Mannix shovelling dirt from his Robert Street property.
KGM-0029989 © WestPix Rain in Kalgoorlie-Boulder.  Picture: Mary Meagher. Dylan Prince and Jacob Prince 17 making sand bags for their Ardagh Avenue home.
KGM-0029990 © WestPix Rain in Kalgoorlie-Boulder.  Picture: Mary Meagher. Water damage to British Arms Hotel a heritage listed building at the West Austalian Museum Kalgoorlie-Boulder.
KGM-0029991 © WestPix Rain in Kalgoorlie-Boulder.  Picture: Mary Meagher. Helen Carn and her son Jason Prince.
KGM-0029992 © WestPix Rain in Kalgoorlie-Boulder.  Picture: Mary Meagher. Prince family of Ardagh Avenue, Tracey Prince, Jason Prince, Dylan Prince and Jacob Prince 17.
KGM-0029993 © WestPix Rain in Kalgoorlie-Boulder.  Picture: Mary Meagher. Williamstown property that was flooded to reveal a old mine shaft under the house.
KGM-0029994 © WestPix Rain in Kalgoorlie-Boulder.  Picture: Mary Meagher. Williamstown property that was flooded to reveal a old mine shaft under the house.
KGM-0029995 © WestPix Rain in Kalgoorlie-Boulder.  Picture: Mary Meagher. Williamstown property.
KGM-0029996 © WestPix Rain in Kalgoorlie-Boulder.  Picture: Mary Meagher. SES volunteers, Allison Bulock and Angela MacQuibban.
SUN-1401057 © WestPix The Avon River is experiencing flooding with a possible risk to homes. Pictured are Lillian (12) and Elizabeth (10) in Toodyay. Picture - Justin Benson-Cooper The Sunday Times
TWA-0063164 © WestPix Perth has been hammered by wet weather. Traffic on Jon Sanders Drive in Osborne Park.  Picture: Justin Benson-Cooper The West Australian
TWA-0063165 © WestPix Dale Keys (left) and Brett Ashman at Dale's house looking over the back fence at the Mortlock River flowing behind the house. Dale's home is located on Esperance Road. Picture: Steve Ferrier The West Australian.
TWA-0063166 © WestPix Mal Fegan watches the water slowly creep into his back yard as the Mortlock River breaks it's banks in Northam. Picture: Steve Ferrier The West Australian.
TWA-0063167 © WestPix Greg Beange stands where his driveway ends and the Spencers Brook has cut his property off from civilization. Picture: Steve Ferrier The West Australian.
TWA-0063168 © WestPix Perth is within sight of its most rainy day ever, after an overnight deluge took the total recorded since 9am Thursday well past 100 millimetres. With a large band of rain still hanging over the city, the metropolitan area is a chance to surpass the previous wettest day ever, when 120.6mm fell on February 9 1992.  Picture Natalie Richards The West Australian
TWA-0063169 © WestPix Imogen Cunnah, 3, plays in the big water mass which formed over the cricket pitch and surrounding area at Abbett Park, Scarborough after record rains overnight. 10 FEBRUARY 2017 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
TWA-0063023 © WestPix Brendan Thomson at Bells Rapids. The plumber took time from his day to come and see the water level at the rapids for himself, never having seen levels like this during summer ever before. Picture: Simon Santi The West Australian
TWA-0062826 © WestPix Nissan Patrol parked on top of the Baynton Hills as the storm roll sover on Sunday evening. Picture: Tom Zaunmayr.
TWA-0062829 © WestPix Miaree Pool rapids after heavy rain inland. Picture: Tom Zaunmayr
TWA-0062830 © WestPix Lightning over Karratha. Picture: Tom Zaunmayr.
TWA-0062831 © WestPix The storm cell approaches Karratha from behind the hills. Picture: Tom Zaunmayr.
TWA-0062550 © WestPix Brollies on parade in Perth city as the rain comes down. PICTURE: NIC ELLIS   THE WEST AUSTRALIAN
KGM-0029707 © WestPix Deanne Westlake and Gwenetta Westlake keeping out of the rain on Hannan Street yesterday (Monday). (Picture: Louise White) 30th January 2017
KGM-0029708 © WestPix Zac Gabbedy, 10, and Xavyer Blow, 8, avoid the rain in Kalgoorlie-Boulder yesterday (Monday).  (Picture: Louise White) 30th January 2017
TWA-0062527 © WestPix Woolworths in Karratha after rain on the weekend. Picture: Tom Zaunmayr
KGM-0029252 © WestPix The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder has experienced very wet weather, the Boulder underpass, Auben Sullivan 6 with dog 'Pepper', the road was closed.
TWA-0061679 © WestPix Flooding on Pearson Street, Churchlands. Picture; Michael O'Brien    The West Australian
TWA-0061411 © WestPix HOT WEATHER. Lea Lang, left and Ally Reid, cool off on the Swan River at Crawley with their daughters Faith Reid, left, aged 14, Isabella Lang, centre, 13 and Lauren Reid, 12, as the mercury nudged 39C. PICTURE: NIC ELLIS   THE WEST AUSTRALIAN
TWA-0061422 © WestPix Perth is heating up with the mercury tipped to reach 41 degrees. Pictured is Lisa Dunbar with her Papillon Sir Charles. Picture: Justin Benson-Cooper The West Australian
KGM-0029274 © WestPix Hot weather in the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder.  Enjoying the water at the Goldfields Oasis are Millie  Castlehow 10, Phoebe Castlehow 7 and Georgia Castlehow 10.   Picture: Mary Meagher.
KGM-0029275 © WestPix Hot weather in the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder. Enjoying the water at the Goldfields Oasis are Tracey Castlehow and Marie Waddell with children Georgia Castlehow 10, Phoebe Castlehow 7, Poppy Waddell 6, Oscar Waddell 1, Molly Waddell 4, Millie Castlehow 10, Hamish Castlehow 4. Picture: Mary Meagher.
TWA-0061718 © WestPix Summer Days in Perth: The Bicton Baths, Swan River, 6:15PM. Picture: Michael Wilson, WA News, 2nd January 2013
WAN-0029134 © WestPix CROWDS IN THE CRAWLEY SWIMMING BATHS, DURING A HOT SPELL. 12 JANUARY 1918.
TWA-0061701 © WestPix Perth is heating up with the mercury tipped to reach 41 degrees. Pictured is Lisa Dunbar with her Papillon Sir Charles. Picture: Justin Benson-Cooper The West Australian
TWA-0061702 © WestPix Perth is heating up with the mercury tipped to reach 41 degrees. Pictured is Honey cooling down at Whitfords dog beach. Picture: Justin Benson-Cooper The West Australian
TWA-0061703 © WestPix Perth is heating up with the mercury tipped to reach 41 degrees. Pictured is Lisa Dunbar with her Papillon Sir Charles Picture: Justin Benson-Cooper The West Australian
TWA-0061704 © WestPix Perth is heating up with the mercury tipped to reach 41 degrees. Pictured is Lisa Dunbar (c) with her Papillon Sir Charles. Picture: Justin Benson-Cooper The West Australian
TWA-0061705 © WestPix Perth is heating up with the mercury tipped to reach 41 degrees. Pictured is Bernese Mountain Dog Goliath cooling down at Whitfords dog beach.  Picture: Justin Benson-Cooper The West Australian
TWA-0061706 © WestPix Perth is heating up with the mercury tipped to reach 41 degrees. Pictured is Bernese Mountain Dog Goliath cooling down at Whitfords dog beach.  Picture: Justin Benson-Cooper The West Australian
TWA-0061707 © WestPix Perth is heating up with the mercury tipped to reach 41 degrees. Pictured is Bernese Mountain Dog Goliath cooling down at Whitfords dog beach.  Picture: Justin Benson-Cooper The West Australian
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