In the 1920’s, there was a small seaside town with ramshackle fishing shacks, beautiful wooden clapper-board holiday homes and the start of a tourist industry.
Now, the town is a city, having grown exponentially from the boom years of the 1950’s to today, where it now has over 100,000 people
Some of the old houses are still there, hidden amongst the new, some restored, some dilapidated, some for sale, ready for demolition.
This little town is Rockingham, Western Australia.
These little houses can be seen in my little project to document what’s left.
Shack – click on the pic to see the full set