Mega Gallery: The Week in Pictures June 14, 2014, 2:01 p.m.Tweet Print Story NATIONAL: The best snaps from our photographers. Mega Gallery: The Week in Pictures WOLLONGONG: Surfers at Woonona Beach making the most of big swell on Friday. Picture SYLVIA LIBERALBURY WODONGA: Manjia Luo will be performing on the piano and violin at St Matthew’s Church. Picture KYLIE ESLERNOWRA: Nick Shilko from Shoalhaven Zoo with the freshwater crocodile seized from a house in Wollongong.MUDGEE: The NSW Fire and Rescue band celebrated its centenary with a trip to Gulgong for the Henry Lawson Heritage Festival.LAUNCESTON: NHSSA Cross Country at Kings Meadows - The Grade 8 Boys Kings Meadows Chayce Jones leads Riverside's Sam Fox. Photo by Scott GelstonBATHURST: Bathurst Regional Art Gallery director Richard Perram has been awarded an Order of Australia Medal in this morning’s Queen’s Birthday Honours List. Photo ZENIO LAPKA 060514zperramWAGGA WAGGA: Footballers (front, from left) Jac Powell and Erin Diggelmann and (back, from left) Ben Alexander and Corey Watt go pink. Picture Michael FrogleyLAUNCESTON: Latrobe Boxing duo off to Commonwealth Games in Glasgow Jackson Woods in the Latrobe Boxing Club. Photo by Scott GelstonPORT MACQUARIE: Mother penguin keeps her eye on the tiny egg which is the first of its kind at Billabong Zoo Koala and Wildlife Park.ALBURY WODONGA: Wodonga’s Water Tower lit was up in purple last night to raise awareness about elder abuse. Picture PETER MERKESTEYNBALLARAT: After exactly 45 years and one month, Ken Parker has replaced his last brake lining for Lusky Automotive in Sebastopol.BALLARAT: The Ballarat Tramway Musueam will receive $10,000 to restore Ballarat’s century-old Tram No.18. PICTURE Dylan BurnsBALLARAT: Wilbur the 300kg pet pig of Rokewood has finally passed on to Piggy Paradise.BURNIE: Devondale Murray Goulburn will invest $14 million to create new packaging capability at the company's Edith Creek manufacturing site.BURNIE: RSPCA Devonport animal care attendant Kate Stewart with seven-month-old siblings Barry and Bliss. Black cats are often the last to be adopted. Picture Katrina Docking.CANOWINDRA: Like a postcard from a bygone era, hundreds of FB-EK Holdens lined Gaskill Street on the weekend as part of the 25th FB EK Holden Nationals in Cowra, NSW.DAYLESFORD: The Spa Quilters of Daylesford held their bi-annual Quilt Show at the Daylesford Primary School.MARGARET RIVER: Dead Letter Circus performed at the Settlers Tavern in Margaret River on Friday night, and their bass player Stu made a point of getting to know the crowd. Photo Sandy PowellAugusta-Margaret River Mail.DUBBO: Seven-year-old Layla-Maria Grubb travelled eight hours to dance for the first time in the Dubbo Eisteddfod.EDEN: A Boco Rock Wind Farm blade is discharged from the Clipper Helvetia and lowered onto a truck by Eden’s AMS stevedores at the Port of Eden multipurpose wharf on Tuesday.GOULBURN: Taralga Art Show.MARGARET RIVER: Head chef of Margaret River's renowned Morries Anytime restaurant Rosie Griffiths was recently placed second in the 2014 Rare Medium Chef of the Year competition in Sydney. Photo Sandy PowellAugusta-MargaretLAUNCESTON: Crusty Demons' Seth Enslow has gone from canvas to artist and is guest tattoo artist in residence this week at Tattoo Studio Mowbray. Photo by Scott GelstonMANDURAH: Mandurah Community Gardens committee member Jan Rowe with a new scarecrow. Photo Mandurah MailMERIMBULA: Brass instruments glisten in the morning sunshine during the Merimbula Jazz Festival’s traditional ‘Big Blow’.MOUNT ISA: Showtime at Cloncurry.NEWCASTLE: An 86-year-old grandmother and her ageing blue heeler were rescued from a burning house in Gorokan on Wednesday by her courageous neighbours, including Mathew Thompson who heard her calls for help. Newcastle Picture: Max Mason-HubersNEWCASTLE: Artists Trevor Dickinson, left, and Michael Bell in the Merewether tunnel, which is being transformed into an aquarium filled with sea life. Picture Peter StoopNEWCASTLE: Scenes from Star Struck 2014 at the Newcastle Entertainment Centre. Picture Dean OslandPORT MACQUARIE Curtis Landers has been hailed the miracle boy after being transferred to the Westmead Children's Hospital to begin physical rehabilitation. Curtis broke his neck after a tackle in a game against the Port City Breakers in Port Macquarie on May 24.TAMWORTH: The Tamworth High School Auditorium was transformed on Wednesday night with a flurry of streamers and bunches of bright balloons as part of a fundraiser for the Tamworth Women’s and Children’s Refuge.ULLADULLA: Michael Cole and Leah Flowers of Fishermans Paradise beside their car as they take a break in the Shitbox Rally from Perth to Darwin.WARNAMBOOL: A crowd-funding campaign is under way to return an iconic mural by Robert Ulmann to its former glory. Picture ROB GUNSTONEWOLLONGONG: Matisse Mountney of Kembla Grange practicing outside the Wesley Church before competing in the 6 years and under Strings Solo section in the Wollongong Eisteddfod. Picture SYLVIA LIBERTweetFacebook of ╳exitNATIONAL: The best snaps from our photographers.