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Southwest Signs: Recycled Art in South West WA

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by Harry F (subscribe)
I'm a freelance writer living in Perth. I enjoy gardening and films. I have appeared in several local short films.
Published April 8th 2013
What do you do with your old microwave?
What do you do with a microwave oven when it no longer works?
If you're in the city you just throw it out, but if you live in the country you just turn it into a mailbox.

During a trip down Manjimup way, I came upon these clever reuses for old microwave ovens.

Country folk have always been innovative when it comes to recycling just about anything.

Even used machinery can be reused as a mailbox.

Over at Harvey way, I came upon these clever reuses for old drums.

Old vehicles don't need to be thrown out, they can be reused as outdoor art.

Trees can be used as a canvas for your imagination and a few old things lying around the property.

This sign was on the Albany H'way going down to Kojanup.

So next time you are travelling through our South West, have a look out for unusual country signs.

You may find yourself thinking of what junk in your house you can turn into art.
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Why? For a laugh and use your imagination
When: Anytime of the year
Where: Throughout the south west of WA
Cost: Free
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Those are so much fun.
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