Nine years ago a group of Junes met on the first day of June in Busselton for the very first time, and have been meeting annually ever since.
The day was created in 2010 when local artist June Anderson started celebrating being June with other Junes on the first day of June.
This year, seven Junes met up to enjoy being Junes together and were accompanied by three other non-Junes who joined the celebration, which was once peculiarly exclusive to Junes.
A foundation member of the group June Woolley once again travelled from Kalamunda with her husband Maurice and Alf Avery was happy to join them for another year.
The name June was popular from a certain era and the Junes who meet up share stories about their lives and new great-grandchildren.