Queen’s Baton Relay makes its way through South Perth

The Queen's Baton, carried by batonbearer Ryan Green on water skis, in relay through South Perth.
The Queen's Baton, carried by batonbearer Ryan Green on water skis, in relay through South Perth.

THE Queen’s Baton made its way through the City of South Perth, from the Old Mill along the Esplanade to the flagpole in Sir James Mitchell Park on Saturday, February 24.

Queen’s Baton, carried by Emily Smith.

The Queen’s Baton Relay is the longest and most accessible in history travelling through the Commonwealth for 230,000km.

Queen’s Baton carried by Simone McMahon.

After spending 100 days being carried by about 3800 baton bearers Australia-wide, the Queen’s Batons journey will finish at the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony on April 4.

Laszlo Don Stockins carrying the Baton.
Sarah Prindiville carrying the Baton.

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