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  • My Trusty Ol Map and SatNav
    My Trusty Ol Map and SatNav
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  • Black swan
    Black swan
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  • April 2005 attempt (scan from a slide)
    April 2005 attempt (scan from a slide)
    by Kathrin_E

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  • 1. Perth City

    Australians love music as much as people everywhere else in the world. The invention of the MP3 player, however, is not yet known down under... [/nonsense modus off] The lively pedestrian streets in...

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  • 2. Aboriginal Culture

    BOOMERANG The boomerang is the long range weapon of the Australian Aborigine and was devised only in Australia. No other peoples anywhere else in the world use this unique weapon. Australian...

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  • 3. King's Park

    It's definitely worthwhile to check out Kings Park...it's a huge park that overlooks the city of Perth and isn't too far from the centre...it's an uphill walk though so take a bus or taxi if you don't...

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  • 4. Fremantle

    Visit Rottnest Island... you can get around on bikes or walk... there are no cars just people powered vehicles. Crystal blue ocean surrounds this small island. Scuba diving, surfing, snokeling and...

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  • 5. Pilbarra

    Water...Australias most precious commodity. In the goldrush era water was worth more than the gold that was mined.Of all the necessitys travellers need to take with them in Australia is adequate...

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  • 6. Caves of the Margaret river/Augusta region

    A cave nearby margaret River Actually, this cave did not leave any impression during this trip. And I also did not understand guider's English. Only understand one sentense which is " Do not touch...

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  • 7. Margaret River

    Trees along the road to Margaret River Actually, this tree is dead or dying. It got some illness which can stop it from drinking water. On the way to Margaret River, there are so many such kind of...

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  • 8. Perths Sunset

    At a certain time in the later afternoon, the light of the already low sun is reflected by the glass facades of Central Park tower and other skyscrapers in a way that is, well, almost magic. I have...

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  • 9. Northbridge

    Northbridge is the scene in Perth… The area boasts a multitude of ethnic restaurants, bars/pubs, bottle shops, cafes, music venues and all those funky shops your looking for. Certainly there are...

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  • 10. The Swan Bells

    The Swan Bells are in Barrack Square. There are 18 bells in the bell tower... It's an interesting building and worth checking out. The tower is 8.25 metres high making it one of the world's largest...

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  • 13. BYO - Bring Your Own

    Most restaurants in Perth allow you to bring your own drinks at a corkage price (price per bottle). When a glass of wine in restaurants priced at almost 10.00...

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  • 14. Maps and Satellite Navigation

    Maps of Western Australia are provided free in the airports and other major hotels. However, if you want a hassle-free trip of getting to your location, rent a...

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  • 15. The Black Swan, WA's Heraldic Animal

    The black swan has been chosen as the heraldic symbol of Western Australia. It is depicted in the crest and on the flag of the state.Perth is full of black...

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  • 16. Our itinanery in Perth

    Day 1 (Bus, Train) - Novotelarrived @ 6am plus, check in Novotel @ 8am.Full day in Perth Royal showDay 2 (Car) - Miss MaudVisit FremantleDay 3 (Car) - Sunflower...

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  • 17. Planning the trip

    Went on a trip to Perth in June 2008 (winter) and drove down to Albany, then Denmark, Augusta, Margaret River and back to Perth city. Few things that future...

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  • 18. Useful Internet sites for Western Australia

    http://www.discoverwest.com.au/ Click on the various places you are interested in and the site will provide you information on travel times, interesting things...

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  • 19. Free!! Free!! Freebees!! Yea!!!

    I found this site that has lots of freebees when you book through them. They also have lots of travel and accommodation specials. The freebees you get are a...

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  • 20. Black swans

    There are lots of places around Perth to catch up with the black swans that gave the city's river its name, and that feature so prominently on the state's coat...

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  • 21. The Western Australia Visitor Centre

    This is an one-stop shop for all your travel requirements and needs in Western Australia. They will help you with reservations and bookings (free service) and...

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  • 22. Wildflower time

    The south-west corner of Western Australia is one of the world's biological "hot-spots" - a place where thousands of plant species occur that are found nowhere...

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  • 23. Perth Beaches

    One thing that Perth doesnt have a shortage of is beaches. The coast it dotted with them from north to south, and pretty much all of them are great.Here's a...

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  • 24. Perth Zoo... Out With The Old, In With The New

    Like most Zoos, the Perth Zoo in its early days main purpose was to entertain the public. Animals at the Zoo lived in unexceptible conditions to modern day...

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  • 25. State Flag of Western Australia

    The Western Australian state flag was created as a colonial flag - a British Blue Ensign with the badge of the colony added to the blue field. In Australia,...

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