Life s a beach for Miranda Kerr
Miranda Kerr on location. Picture: Brad Durack.

M *iranda Kerr *has been calling the *Kimberley *region home for the past week.

Under a cloud of secrecy, the Aussie supermodel arrived in WA with her 16-month-old son *Flynn * last Saturday to shoot David Jones' new 2013 spring/summer catalogue.

The shoot continues the trend of using some of WA's spectacular locations for high-profile new- season fashion campaigns.

Last year, Myer chose *Cervantes *for their spring/ summer catalogue, which featured former Miss Universe *Jennifer Hawkins *.

After flying into *Broome * from Sydney, Kerr's first stop was the *Eco Beach Broome Resort *, where she stayed until Wednesday.

But instead of opting for one of the resort's luxurious $1000-per- night beach houses, it is understood Kerr chose accommodation which allowed her to stay closer to her work colleagues.

The fashion shoot is believed to have taken place in a creek 30 minutes from the resort, with Kerr commuting to the set via boat.

Her presence at the resort certainly didn't go unnoticed by other guests.

"There were photographers, three hire trucks bringing in lighting, beach hideaways, portable toilets, all the DJs stylists, make-up artists, the nanny for the baby and the continual flow of Veuve Clicquot," a guest staying at the resort told _Access All Areas _.

The down-to-earth beauty, who rose to fame in 2007 rivalling *Elle Macpherson * as Australia's only Victoria's Secret Angel, was also seen enjoying a buffet breakfast at the resort's restaurant most mornings at 7.30.

On Wednesday, Kerr and Flynn moved to Broome's *Pinctada Cable Beach Resort and Spa *, where they were said to be joined by her superstar actor husband *Orlando Bloom *.

Yesterday, Kerr continued the 10-day shoot on a Broome beach, where she was all smiles while displaying the store's coming summer trends of colour blocking.

The official campaign images will be released in August.

ROSS McRAE

The West Australian

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