The WA Department of Land Administration has a great FREE website to preview (with a view to purchase, of course - but worth a look for the free stuff!) aerial photographs and maps of many areas of WA. It is MUCH more detailed than the Google Earth maps Bikevic has shown us (most towns show as one pixel to 40cm on the ground).
find it at
Read the notes, though, as moves aren't exactly intuitive. You navigate your own way around, choosing towns of interest. Try Albany for example, you can see Centennial Park right away as it is a large sporting facility near where 5 highways meet (SEast). You can zoom in and count how many cars have roofracks, but can't quite see if the barbecues are clean! See the caravan park nearby, then swap from IMAGE to MAP view (i.e. roadmap) and spot conveniently located hotels/motels nearby. Only problem is it doesn't show elevations! Clever people might find that somewhere else, maybe??
I quite enjoy the website - and it is a little free gem not many WA people know about. When I tell them they all want to look in their neighbour's yards!!!
These humans are crazy!
Is that my knees or my cranks creaking?