Release date: 21 February 2017
Many of the countless jetties and piers that punctuate Australia’s coastline and waterways were originally built to moor vessels transporting goods and passengers. While some have since fallen into disuse, others are still popular for recreational fishing, diving, snorkelling and other tourist activities. The four featured jetties from around the country, all wooden, include those at Busselton, Western Australia; Tumby Bay, South Australia; Shelley Beach near Portsea, Victoria; and Kincumber, New South Wales.
The striking stamp designs use photography to showcase the dramatic light and colour of each scene.
$1 Busselton Jetty, WA
$1 Tumby Bay Jetty, SA