A splash of vibrant red along the main street during the Nannup Flower and Garden Festival
ANZAC Day 2013 included a re-creation of the famous Light Horse using a rescued Waler from Wadi Farm. The Waler horses were sent overseas in their thousands in WWI and sadly, none were repatriated.
Locals and visitors alike gathered on the old railway bridge to observe the river in flood. No property was at risk and the water levels are falling, having peaked at metres around 11 am on 25 January
The riverside walk trail became the riverbed walk trail on 25 January Yes, the path is closed. Why do you ask?
The new flood tree, 25 January The old flood tree was washed away in an Act of Irony.
Unseasonal heavy rains in mid-January 2016 brought the Blackwood River levels up to that of the 2004 minor flood. We were reminded by locals that the big 100 year flood of 1982 occurred on Australia Day of that year.
The signpost on the corner of Brockman Street and Warren Road.
Even the street seating is transformed with beautiful flowers during the Flower and Garden Festival.
Pretty potted colour is found all up and down the main street during the Flower and Garden Festival.
They are planted so densely during the Flower and Garden Festival that you can't tiptoe through them, but you can get some great photographs!