The End?

Is Perth fixed? Is the journey we started all those years ago over? As Tullio sees, Segway tours circle a soon to be envibraned foreshore. Small bars heave with cravat wearing beautiful people. Even a derelict treasury building is restored, and are there fewer C&Bs around?…


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Commended Haiku writer. A lover of The West's Worst. Perth stand-up comedian, photographer and writer.
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30 Responses to The End?

  1. Russell Wolfe's Lovechild says:

    Not until you have a Segway in your lounge room. That you left minutes earlier, naturally.


  2. Bento says:

    It’s a nice touch that they get the tourists to dress like the locals, too.


  3. juantrak says:

    It looks like Gina’s new $2 hr workforce heading out to work on her mines, on their company-supplied transport. Toyotas and aircraft cost too much, they eat into Gina’s profits.


  4. GivDBird says:

    Welcome to Perth. Now get in line.


  5. Perineum says:

    Perth had closure at the moment a foreshore plan was settled on. With the ideological struggle between vibrancy and Dullsville now decided the end of history is upon us. and what better way to celebrate than with a leisurely bludge around the river.


  6. rottobloggo says:

    This photo is awesome.


  7. Scanners says:

    Will the cravats be available in hi-vis?


  8. Dame Shazza says:

    This is my fave pic of all time.

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  9. BurgerD says:

    This is SO Perth!
    10 years behind the times


  10. Is Perth fixed? Brilliant. Just brilliant. End the blog right there.


  11. I also trust that DFOC will make this the lead in next week’s WSN?


  12. NF#1 says:

    You know, there’s a clear line of descent from at least 1962, the year Perth came of age (“City of Lights”, Eric Edgar Cooke, etc.) to 2014. Elizabeth Harbour is surely the final destination.


  13. Tullio says:

    From here, you can see Perth’s vanishing point.


  14. Plonka says:

    Surely they were paid to do that? Could anyone really be that much of a dork without some financial incentive?


  15. Plonka says:

    Thank fuck they’re not wearing Lycra, but the helmets? Maybe they’ve heard about the drop bears?


  16. Plonka says:

    I love the Midgley one! Talk about poetic justice.


  17. Bento says:

    Not yet fixed, it seems. Mount Hawthorn: a little slice of Rockingham, in the City of Vincent.


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