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  Perth, Western Australia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Perth is the capital of the Australian state of Western Australia.
Perth houses the Parliament of Western Australia, and the Governor of Western Australia.
Perth is served by Perth Airport in the city's east for domestic and international flights and Jandakot Airport in the city's southern suburbs for general aviation.
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 Perth Western Australia
Perth is in the south west corner of Western Australia at 32 degrees south, 116 degrees east (GMT +8 hours).
Perth city is situated on the Swan River (which is really an estuary) 19 km inland from the port of Fremantle, which is on the Indian Ocean.
Perth the capital of Western Australia, is an ideal destination for international students.
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 Australia and its States, Sports, Food, Animals and Plants
Perth the captial of Western Australia enjoys the best climate of any Australian capital with a mean temp of 23.5C in the hottest month, February and a mean temp of 13C in the coldest month of July.
The Coat of Arms of the State of Western Australia was granted by Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, by Royal Warrant dated the 17th day of March, 1969.
Western Australia Primary industries are varied depending on the climate and regions of the state.
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 Perth, Western Australia : Your Window to Western Australia┬Ö   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Perth is an attractive metropolis which thrives on the banks of the Swan River and more than 150 kilometres of the Indian Ocean.
Perth is situated on the west coast of the Australian continent in south-west Western Australia and faces west to the Indian Ocean.
One feature that seperates Perth beaches from the ones in Sydney, for example, is that the sand in the Eastern States is yellow, whereas the sand in Western Australia is pure white.
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 About Perth, Western Australia
Perth is the capital of Western Australia and the nation’s western gateway.
The north is raw and harsh; the south is swathed in green pastures; to the west is the brilliant blue ocean; and to the east are fields of golden wheat which vie with some of the richest veins of gold ore in the world.
Western Australia has enormous deposits of diamonds, iron ore, bauxite, nickel, natural gas and oil; vast wheatlands, abundant forest, rich seas and man-made lakes the size of small oceans.
www.qantasvacations.com /about-perth.htm   (333 words)

  
 Study in Perth - Western Australia
Western Australia has welcomed international students for decades, and is one of the leading Australian destinations for students.
The oldest is The University of Western Australia, established in 1911.
Wherever you are located in Western Australia you are assured a quality education.
www.doir.wa.gov.au /studyinperth/educationInWA.asp   (527 words)

  
 Perth Western Australia
The first Perth City Council met in 1858, and by January 1871 the City of Perth was incorporated and several other municipal councils and road boards were established.
Perth is known as the City of Lights, not only for its visibility and brightness, but also as a result of the first Mercury spacecraft passing over the city in 1962.
Perth became a blaze of light as thousands of street, porch; house and office lights were switched on to greet American Astronaut Colonel John Glenn on his orbital flight.
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 First Step Communications: About Perth, Western Australia
The Perth Cultural Centre is in the city centre itself, and contains the Art Gallery of Western Australia, the State Library and the Western Australian Museum.
Western Australia's thriving mining and farming communities contribute more than their share to the Australian economy.
The port town of Fremantle is part of the Perth metropolitan area, and less than half an hour's drive from the centre of Perth.
www.firststep.com.au /perth   (675 words)

  
 Perth Australia Perth Western Australia
Perth Western Australia - is one the most stunningly beautiful cities with pristine white sand beaches, pleasant Mediterranean style climate, clean enviroment and open relaxed lifestyle, yet it is one of the most isolated capital cities in the world.
Perth has been named as the "City of Lights" by astronaut John Glenn during his 1962 orbit above the city and as the "Friendly City" by visiting international tourists.
Perth has much to offer, but the differences of this vast state provide a wide range of features and attractions to visit.
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 Perth Western Australia Travel Guide Australia
Perth is the capital of Western Australia and has a population of 1.2 million people, the majority of the state's 1.67 million total.
Perth was the venue for the America's Cup Challenge in the mid 1980's after local businessman Alan Bond won it from America for the first time in its history.
Perth is an exciting, sunny, interesting city to visit and its International airport is a popular entry point for international travellers.
www.time2travel.com /au/wa/perth/index.htm   (547 words)

  
 Perth Climate, Western Australia, Australia
Perth Climate data is shown in the table below.
Western Australia does not operates daylight saving and local time is 8 hours ahead of GMT.
Australia is a vast country, do not try and see it in one go unless you have a few years!
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 East Perth Cemeteries, Western Australia - Introduction
Western Australians are fortunate to still have their historic East Perth Cemeteries as if they were in most other capital cities, they would have fallen prey to the pressures and demands of urban sprawl.
The memorials are significant for their association with numerous prominent public figures and the first generations of settlers in Western Australia.
The Western Australian Genealogical Society published a microfiche set of memorial inscriptions taken from tombstones in the cemetery on April 16, 1960 and twenty five years later the Royal Western Australian Historical Society released a new set of memorial inscriptions in a new study on the cemeteries.
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 Perth Western Australia
Perth is one of few cities in the world which have a free City Clipper bus service, and in addition all travel on all Transperth buses between the Causeway and Kings Park is free, which makes moving around in the Perth City area very easy.
Perth has some of the best beaches in the world for swimming, surfing and fishing, the most popular close to the city probably being Leighton, Cottesloe, City, Swanbourne, Swanny (the nude beach north of Swanbourne), Scarborough and Triggs.
The Peel Region is possibly Perth's most popular day-trip destination, with 47 miles (75 KM) of easily accessible coastline, the Murray and Serpentine Rivers, the Peel Inlet and the Harvey Estuary, extensive forest areas to the East, farmland to the South, and the Perth Metropolitan Area to the North.
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 Perth, Australia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Perth, Western Australia is the state capital city of Western Australia and fourth-largest city in Australia.
Division of Perth, an electoral district in the Australian House of Representatives, in Western Australia, based around the centre of the city.
Perth, Tasmania is a town in the north of Tasmania.
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 About Perth, Western Australia
The city of Perth is located on the coast of Western Australia, which is Australia's largest state.
The city of Perth is a city proud of its beauty and environment.
Perth is the world's sunniest capital city receiving an average of 2847 hour's sunlight per year.
www.gtp.com.au /about_perth.html   (187 words)

  
 Perth Observatory: Homepage
Located 25km east of Perth, the Observatory has served the state of Western Australia for over 100 years, providing information and education services, and conducting internationally recognised research.
Perth Observatory astronomers are Western Australia's professional astronomers - all have an enduring commitment to their field and at least 10 years experience in astronomy education and public outreach, and most have extensive research experience and appropriate university qualifications.
Perth Observatory is funded by the State Government of Western Australia and is a part of the Department of Environment and Conservation.
www.perthobservatory.wa.gov.au   (150 words)

  
 Perth Soccer Club - Perth, Western Australia AUSTRALIA
The Perth Soccer Club was formed in 1987 and has competed in the premier league football in Western Australia ever since.
The Club was a result of a decision by two clubs that dominated local football, Perth Azzurri, East Fremantle Tricolore, and a fast growing Balcatta Etna to form a super club called Perth Italia Soccer Club.
The new club's mission was to dominate local football competitions and become a springboard for a team at the national level.
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 Perth Australia Perth Western Australia
Perth is one the most stunningly beautiful cities in Australia yet it is one of the most isolated capital cities in the world.
With pristine white sand beaches, pleasant Mediterranean climate, clean environment and open relaxed lifestyle, Perth is a place to relax and see some of the unique attractions Western Australia has to offer.
Perth has much to offer, but the differences of the vast state of Western Australia provides a wide range of other features and attractions to visit, especially the Coral Coast.
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 Perth Australia Travel Perth Western Australia City of lights YMCA Accommodation
Perth City, in Western Australia was founded by Captain James Stirling as the Swan River Colony 1829.
Boating and sailing in Perth Australia is a very popular weekly activity especially on the Swan River which flows through the main Perth central metropolitan area on its travel down to Fremantle harbour.
It was then the citizens of Perth all switched on their lights for this first American in space as he crossed over the coast of Western Australia near Perth.
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 Perth Australia, Perth Western Australia, Tourist information and Maps
Perth City Centre is located alongside the peaceful waters of the Swan River, twenty Kilometres inland of the Indian Ocean on the West Coast of Australia.The Perth city centre bustles with activity and offers a range of choices for shopping.
The Swan Valley Region is steeped in history and is one of Western Australia's oldest wine regions.
Just outside the Perth city centre is the Perth district of Northbridge where you will find a range of nightclubs, pubs, cafes and eateries, offering an eclectic mix of cultures and cuisines.
www.perthtouristcentre.com.au   (371 words)

  
 Perth and Western Australia : Introduction | Frommers.com
The Southwest "hook" of the state, below Perth, is the prettiest part of Western Australia, and the easiest region to visit outside of Perth.
Head east 644km (400 miles) inland from Perth and you strike what, in the 1890s, was the richest square mile of gold-bearing earth the world has ever seen.
The rugged northwest portion of Western Australia is known as the Kimberley, where cattle farming, pearl farming, and tourism thrive in a rocky moonscape of red cliffs, waterfalls, rivers, sparse gums, and wetland lagoons.
www.frommers.com /destinations/perthandwesternaustralia/1411010001.html   (508 words)

  
 Perth Travel Information | Lonely Planet Destination Guide   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Perth is a vibrant and modern city sitting between the cerulean Indian Ocean and the ancient Darling Ranges.
Perth is said to be the most isolated capital city in the world.
Around 80% of the entire population of Western Australia live in Perth or the areas immediately around it.
www.lonelyplanet.com /worldguide/destinations/pacific/australia/perth   (259 words)

  
 Tours Perth Western Australia
Scenic and lunch cruises from Perth can be taken with various options, including the opportunity to disembark and explore the vibrant port city of Fremantle.
Return to Perth via the Sunset Coast and admire the glorious sand and surf of the wide open Indian Ocean beaches.
The Swan Valley and Perth's hills hide a treasure trove of things to do and see, wines to taste, art and craft galleries to visit, walks to enjoy, fresh fruit on sale at orchards, abundant bird life, wildflowers in season plus hidden beauty spots that will only be seen by the fortunate few.
www.kalbarri.net /perth/perthtours.html   (1106 words)

  
 Home - Experience Perth
Perth and the Surrounding Regions Welcome to Perth, a vibrant city blessed with friendly, fun loving locals and a glorious climate.
A superb location overlooking the sweeping stretches of the Swan River combined with a lively outdoor lifestyle, ensures the City of Perth is an enjoyable place to live or visit.
An easy drive from Perth, the Avon Valley includes some of the region's prettiest rural towns and a unique blend of history, adventure and picturesque countryside.
www.experienceperth.com   (201 words)

  
 Perth Western Australia tour
If you are in Perth Western Australia spend some time watching the whales a truly remarkable experiance never to be forgotton.
The Kimberley in Western Australia is one of the worlds Great Wilderness covering the far north west of Western Australia.
These tours are for travellers wishing to see the North and South of Western Australia with limited time.
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 Perth Australia Perth Western Australia Tourism Business and Holidays
Perth Western Australia - one the most stunningly beautiful cities with pristine white sand beaches, pleasant Mediterranean climate, clean environment and open relaxed lifestyle, yet it is one of the most isolated capital cities in the world.
From the gorges of Kalbarri National Park, the goldfields of Kalgoorlie, Margaret River wine region, Albany and Esperance's rugged coastal scenery, Broome's expansive beaches, the dolphins at Monkey Mia and Bunbury, whales migrating past Kalbarri;- the list is endless.
Perth Accommodation, Car Hire, Attractions, Tours and Activities can be found on Perth section of Kalbarri.Com at www.Kalbarri.com whilst this website is being developed
www.perth.australia.name   (333 words)

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