We also stopped to admire these pieces of vintage road building machinery during our visit to the Brockman Precinct near Bindoon, north of Perth.
We recently had lunch in the town of Bindoon, about 80km north of Perth on the Great Northern Highway. Afterwards we called in at the Brockman Precinct, which has this heritage listed Road Board building from 1929.
We also liked this old galvanised iron homestead.
Here a few cars that we stopped to admire at All Ford Day on the weekend. The station wagon above is a 1964 Ford Falcon Squire, and the convertible below is a 1959 Ford Skyline with a retractable hardtop.
We also liked this classic Mustang notchback convertible, complete with a notchback trailer.
We went along to the biennial All Ford Day at Bassendean Oval on Sunday. As usual, there was an impressive turnout of classic Fords on display. We liked this lineup of 1970s Falcon hard top coupes.
Another part of the Bonjour Perth Festival that we enjoyed last weekend was the French car show.
Cars on display included a Citroen Traction Avant (above) and this pair of 2CVs.
And this pair of Alpine A110s, powered by Renault engines. The one on the left was built in 1966, and the one on the right is from 1976.
We also stopped to admire this vintage caravan at the Bonjour Perth Festival on the weekend. It was part of a market stall display and certainly caught our attention.