A sunny, sandy snap has won over the judges for the fantastic way it summed up summer.
Blair Gaudoin, of Stirling, is the winner of our Show Us Your Summer photographic competition with his picture taken at Geographe Bay.
The judges enjoyed how the picture encapsulated a summer holiday down south with the kids having fun in the beach sand foregrounding the sunset and an alternative view of iconic Busselton Jetty.
Blair has won an Adventure World family day pass for two adults and three children or one adult and four children, valued at $227.
The Adventure World theme park in Bibra Lake (20km south of the Perth CBD) has loads of rides, including the Abyss roller-coaster, which reaches speeds up to 85km/h and exerts G-forces ranging up to 4.5G.
Visit Adventure World for more on all that the theme park has to offer.
We asked you to Show Us Your Summer and the entries that have poured in have shown us happy scenes from around our great State, too.
From Walpole to Warnbro, and Broome to Busselton, keeping cool has been a focus of a lot of the fun as you can see in our gallery.
Picture at top: The 2017 Show Us Your Summer winner is Blair Gaudoin of Stirling with his picture taken at Geographe Bay.
Some of our Show Us Your Summer favourites
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