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Perth is the capital of Western Australia. It is located on the west coast of Australia and is the bustling city at the end of the continent, as Perth is too far away for Australians. Western Australia's abbreviation "WA", some people say that it is actually "wait a while" to describe the leisure life of Western Australians. Surrounded by the endless sea and the vast wilderness, Perth is like a beacon in the sea. Perth's eight hours of sunshine a day, with an average of 178 sunny days a year, the blue is purely like a washed sky, the blue is unpredictable to the sea, and this blue will always accompany you to leave Western Australia.
James Street Mall Via Roe St | Perth Cultural Centre, Northbridge, Perth, Western Australia 6003, Australia
One of the most busiest beaches in Perth is the City Beach. The beach is just a 15 minute drive from central Perth making a very popular destination with the people who live within the city. Even though being so close to a major city, City Beach maintains its natural characteristics. The beach is edged by expansive sand dunes and bush land areas that are home to wildlife such as hawks, mice and rabbits. City Beach is also favored with surfers with surf conditions typically appropriate for beginner to intermediate surfers. City Beach is also the beginning point for the Coast Walk, Cycle Way and the Scenic Coastal Route.
Fremantle is the birthplace of Perth. This town is located in the south of Perth city centre and still houses some 19th century buildings. It is also a gathering place for artists. There are many small shops, art shops, bookstores, etc. that are full of literary atmosphere in the narrow streets of the town. Travelers who like to go shopping are not bored. There are many restaurants, bars and coffee shops on the main streets of the town, High St and Market St. You can find a small donkey and feel at ease.