Members of the Mandurah Photography Club discuss how to best capture the split bark on a tree.

Members of the Mandurah Photography Club discuss how to best capture the split bark on a tree.

25 Mar, 2022

The last days of Bunuru captured

A small group from the Mandurah Photography Club visited Government House Gardens today. Having previously visited in the season of Djilba, the photographers were keen to discuss the different plants on display and the changes that had occurred in the Garden. In particular, the participants were fascinated by the various textures – from tree bark to grass blades, flower petals and decorated leaves.

Members of the Mandurah Photography Club snap photos of the iconic Government House.Members of the Mandurah Photography Club snap photos of the iconic Government House.

The Mandurah Photography Club was inaugurated in 1972. Since then their meetings and regular workshops have encouraged members to develop their camera skills. Their membership numbers include beginners and experienced photographers.

A magpie poses for a photographer.A magpie poses for a photographer.

If you would like to explore the beautiful Gardens at Government House, then why not pop along during our ‘Lunchtimes in the Gardens’ every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday between 12 pm and 2 pm.

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