I didn't take a lot of photos of this butterfly, as it's one of those annoying Satyrids that generally flies off just as I'm getting close enough to get a shot. But they were to be found at every site I visited around Perth, sometimes in large numbers, especially at Bold Park.
I was surprised how small this butterfly is; I knew it was smaller than G. klugii, but it's MUCH smaller, especially the males which are tiny.
All the upperside shots I took were of males; the females are much less likely to sit with their wings open. Even the males mainly only do so early in the morning or late in the afternoon; in the middle part of the day they mainly settle with their wings closed, occasionally opening them briefly.

Lesmurdie, Bold Park, Port Kennedy (all in WA) - October 2008.
Bold Park - October 2016