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  • Perth - Everything You Want to Know About Perth But Didn't Know Where to Look!
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  • From Swan River Colony to Thriving Metropolis: Perth, the City of Lights, is the Most Isolated Capital City in the World
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  • History of Perth - From the Swan River Colony to Thriving Metropolis
    history-of-perth.html
  • Sacred Grounds of the Wagyl : Perth lies on the banks of the Swan River but is under threat by Algal Bloom.
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  • Barracks Arch - Pensioner's Barrack was Demolished to Make Way for the Mitchell Freeway and Give the Newly Built Parliament House a Clear View Down St George's Terrace.
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  • Sandwiched Between Highrises : The Cloisters is a diapered diamond design building, created by reknown architect Richard Roach Jewell.
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  • Quiet Achiever : Richard Roach Jewell was greatly influenced by the famous English architect, Sir Charles Barry.
    richard-roach-jewell.html
  • Gothic Revival : St Georges Cathedral was built from local bricks, Jarrah and limestone.
    st-georges-cathedral.html
  • Star Gazing : His Majestys Theatre in Perth is believed to be the only example of an Edwardian Theatre existing in Australia
    his-majestys-theatre.html
  • They Took Their Liberty : London Court is located in Perth's Hay Street Mall and was modelled on the Liberty's store, in London.
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  • One of the Oldest Arcades in Perth.: McNess Royal Arcade was designed in c.1896 by architect William Wolfe.
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  • Originally known as Church Hill :St Marys Cathedral is located in Victoria Square in Perth, Western Australia, on one of the highest points in the city.
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  • Surveyor and Explorer : Alexander Forrest explored and named the Pilbara and Kimberley Regions of Western Australia.
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  • Things Are Looking Up : St Georges Terrace is Perth's prime real estate.
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  • Things Are Looking Up : Hay Street Architecture , featuring Federation , Gothic and Inter-War Style Architecture.
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  • Things Are Looking Up : The Hay Street Mall is the heart of Perth's shopping district.
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  • Things Are Looking Up : King Street Architecture ; One of The Most Exclusive Shopping Areas For Fashion in Perth, Western Australia
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  • Murray Street Architecture : Murray Street was named in honour of Sir George Murray who was the Secretary of State for the Colonies.
    murray-street-architecture.html
  • Wellington Street Architecture : History and information about the buildings on Wellington Street, Perth, Western Australia
    wellington-street-architecture.html
  • Beaufort Street Architecture : History and information about the buildings on Wellington Street, Perth, Western Australia
    beaufort-street-architecture.html
  • Victoria Square Architecture - Victoria Square was originally known as Church Hill and was intended for the Colony's Anglican Church.
    victoria-square-architecture.html
  • Public Art of Perth : Casting light on the many statues and sculptures in Perth, Western Australia
    public-art-of-perth.html
  • Architect and Hero : Sir JJ Talbott Hobbs Memorial was erected in honour of one of Australia’s most distinguished World War I soldiers.
    sir-j-j-talbott-hobbs-memorial.html
  • Quo Vadis : The QVI Building is a 159m high, 38 storey office tower located on the corner of St George's Terrace and Milligan Street in Perth, Western Australia.
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  • History of the Catholic Church in WA - The history of the Catholic Church in Western Australia began soon after the arrival of settlers to the Swan River Colony in 1829.
    history-of-the-catholic-church-in-wa.html
  • History of King Street - From warehouses to fashion houses King Street is one of the most exclusive addresses in Perth.
    history-of-king-street.html
  • Lest We Forget : ANZAC Day is in honour of those who fought for our country, the Australia and New Zealand Army Corps.
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  • Colony's First Cemetery : In recent years East Perth has had a radical face lift
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  • The Gardens Were Once The Pits! : Queens Gardens, once a brickwork , is now a city park, famous for the Statue of Peter Pan which was signed by the author J.M. Barrie.
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  • East Perth Power Station - Lighting Up Perth
    east-perth-power-station.html
  • Cemetery Hill : The East Perth Cemeteries are located on what was to be known as Cemetery Hill, the highest hill in central Perth.
    East_Perth_Cemeteries.html
  • Closer To Thee : St Bartholomews Chapel has seen some dark days
    st-bartholomews-chapel.html
  • East Perth Architecture - History and information about the buildings of East Perth, Western Australia
    east-perth-architecture.html
  • Public Art of East Perth - Histroy and information about the public art in East Perth, from Peter Pan to the Impossible Triangle.
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  • Harbour Town : Fremantle is a trendy hub of Perth and was once home of America's Cup.
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  • Blast It! : Fremantle Harbour became the colony's busiest port following C.Y. O'Connor's clever plan to remove the sand shoals.
    fremantle-harbour.html
  • Catch of the Day : The Fremantle fishing boat harbour is located on Mews Road in Fremantle , Western Australia. The Fishing Boat Harbour was originally the site of just a single jetty.
    fremantle-fishing-boat-harbour.html
  • Guildford : Guildford, nestled near the banks of the Swan River, became an important port settlement for the fledgling Swan River colony.
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  • Woodbridge House : Woodbridge House lies on the banks of the Swan River, in Guildford, Western Australia and was built in 1885 for politician and publisher, Charles Harper.
    Woodbridge_House.html
  • No More Riff Raff - Guildford Gaol Complex : Thanks to the three licenced pubs in Guildford during the 1840's, the Swan Resident Magistrate requested an urgent construction of a gaol.
    Guildford_Gaol_Complex.html
  • Tramline Town : Highgate, a suburb of Perth, was once known as Highgate Hill
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  • Things Are Looking up :The Architecture of Highate in Western Australia displays a rich mix of old, modern, residential and commercial buildings
    architecture-of-highgate.html
  • Hyde Park in Highgate
    Hyde_Park_in_Highgate.html
  • Dumas' Folly : Lincoln Street Sewer Vent in Highgate, Western Australia, was a smelly experimental failure.
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  • Once Known As 'Pommy Town' : The Gold Boom of the 1890's was responsible, in part , for the establishment of the suburb of Inglewood
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  • Pipe Dreams: Maylands was first settled in the 1830's and became the location of the Falkirk Foundry which made the pipes for C.Y.O'Connor's Goldfield Pipeline.
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  • The Man of Steel : Mephan Ferguson was the designer of the Lock Bar Pipes used for the Goldfields Pipeline.
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  • Tranby House - History and information about the historical homestead of Joseph Hardey in Maylands, Western Australia
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  • All Fired Up : Maylands Brickworks produced 7 Million Bricks Per Year at the peak of production
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  • Maylands Station House - Oldest remaining original station in Perth, Western Australia
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  • Peninsula Hotel - Perth's finest Victorian Hotel nearly ended up as a parking lot.
    peninsula-hotel.html
  • It Takes The Cake : Albany Bell Castle was originally a confectionary and cake factory. The castle was designed by architect A. Cameron
    albany-bell-castle.html
  • More Than The Pits : Lake Bungana was transformed from a clay pit to a wonderful parkland in Maylands, Western Australia
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  • Full Steam Ahead : Midland - In The 1890's the Midland Railway Company Was Established and the Town Grew Around It
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  • Heart and Soul - Midland Railway Workshops : For many men the Midland Railway Workshops, in Western Austrlia, was their only place of employment throughout their lifetime.
    Midland_Railway_Workshops.html
  • Public Art of Midland - From the classic to the modern, public art in Midland is reflecting its growing development without forgetting its past.
    public-art-of-midland.html
  • Life's A Beach : Mindarie was first recorded by explorer and surveyor Alexander Forrest in 1874.
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  • All Fired Up : The lime in Coopers Lime Kilns were used as a fluxing agent in gold extraction
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  • Mt Lawley : The suburb of Mt Lawley was named in honour of Sir Arthur Lawley, who was governor of Western Australia from 1901-1902.
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  • hings Are Looking Up : The architecture of Mt Lawley still reflects the areas affluent past.
    architecture-of-mt-lawley.html
  • Heart of the Hills : C.Y. O'Connor's thought Mundaring was the ideal location for the Goldfields Pipeline weir.
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  • References for Perth Vista : List of research and resources materials used for the Perth Vista website.
    References_for_Perth_Vista.html
  • Globe Vista : GlobeVista is an online media company specialising in "New Media" applications, including the capture and deliver of online images, video, content and research over the internet.
    GlobeVista.html
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  • Things Are Looking Up : Brisbane Street Perth was named in honour of Sir Thomas MacDougal Brisbane who was the Governor of New South Wales.
    brisbane-street-perth.html
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  • Bike It or Hike It : Maylands to East Perth Walk, a guide to walking and cycling in Maylands
    maylands-to-east-perth-walk.html