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Perth Travel Information WA

Nestled on the banks of the Swan River, Perth is one of the most isolated cities in the world. The city has a very relaxed style with beautiful protected beaches and many art galleries, museums and parks as well as some fine examples of convict built architecture.

Boasting a Californian climate unspoiled by smog there are lots of outdoor activities to be enjoyed including sailing and windsurfing on the Swan, surfing and fishing off the beaches or a visit to Rottnest Island the home of the Quokka.

The Avon Valley is home to a spectacular variety of water fowl and hold a spectacular white water race - The Avon Descent in August.

North of Perth the coastline boasts some of the most popular recreation areas in Western Australia with excellent snorkelling, fishing and surfing

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