SnapPerth: Community News photographers showcase their favourite parts of Perth

Staff photographer Jon Hewson captures an hour long time lapse of our beautiful Southern skies at the Point Peron lookout, Rockingham.
Staff photographer Jon Hewson captures an hour long time lapse of our beautiful Southern skies at the Point Peron lookout, Rockingham.

COMMUNITY News photographers brought their A-game this week for SnapPerth 2017, capturing a huge range of snaps from across Perth in the lead-up to today.

Each of the photographers were tasked with snapping a photograph that captured their local areas – and they did not fail to deliver.

From the rodeo at Boddington, to the beauty of Elizabeth Quay and the green hues of the Swan Valley, no stone was left unturned.

Check out the pics below.

Get involved with SnapPerth today, by sharing a photograph of your corner of Perth to social media using the hashtag #SnapPerth.

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15 year old Sebastian Tondut lays a hand plant on his scooter at the new Kwinana Skate Park. Picture: Jon Hewson.
Seeing the Swan Valley vines turn green in spring is such a great sight, especially from above. Picture: David Baylis.
The old Guildford Town Hall, filled with nostalgia and traditional good looks. Picture: Bruce Hunt.
The City of Perth from the top of the ZigZag in Kalamunda, a view I never tire of seeing. Picture: Bruce Hunt.
There’s no better way to start the day than down by the ocean! My favourite is Whitfords Beach. Picture: Marie Nirme.
Scarborough Beach redevelopment. Sunset Hill is already a popular destination. Picture: Martin Kennealey.
Tigerair Australia’s Captain Warren Brewster is snapped from the jump seat lining up flight TT413 onto runway 24 at Perth’s International Airport. Picture: Jon Hewson.
Trent Marshall makes an early exit off his steer during the 2017 Boddington Rodeo while the clown gets smacked on the chin by a hoof and sent flying backwards into the air losing his sunglasses and his pride to the crowd. Picture: Jon Hewson.
What I love about Fremantle, it never ceases to amaze me. Picture: Andrew Ritchie.
A couple sit on the newly refurbished Mandurah foreshore, watching an amazing sunset with smoke haze from a recent burn‐off in the hills. Picture: Jon Hewson.
Always something new popping up along our city skyline – Elizabeth Quay, Perth. Picture: Andrew Ritchie.
Heathcote, one of the most picturesque playgrounds in Perth with million dollar views. Picture: Andrew Ritchie.
Taking a fresh look at my old haunt, City Beach. Picture: Andrew Ritchie.
Minnawarra Park in Armadale is such a lovely place. Picture: Jon Hewson.
Riverside Gardens: A former rubbish tip now a doggie paradise for them and their owners. Picture: Bruce Hunt.
AQWA is a great place to visit on a hot day. Picture: Martin Kennealey.