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  • 11.

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    James St

    Western Australia's largest and most comprehensive museum houses more than two million artifacts and specimens. The museum's permanent exhibitions include the Katta Djinoong ...

  • 12.

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    152 Arcadia Dr

    Many people would relish the chance to swim with dolphins. Rockingham Wild Encounters has been operating since 2005 and know all the right spots when it ...

  • 13.

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    Hay St

    Pancakes At Carillon proves a popular escape for a wicked treat, in a setting tastefully decorated and cozy. A range of sweet and savory pancakes, salads and ...

  • 14.

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    Mundaring Weir Rd

    Enjoy this spectacular expanse of water lying in the peaceful Helena River Valley. Mundaring Weir provides the water for farms, mines and towns inland as far afield as Kalgoorlie. The ...

  • 15.

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    19 Labouchere Rd

    Located just five minutes from Perth city, Perth Zoo is home to over 1300 amazing animals representing 200 species. Set amongst lush ...

  • 16.

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    Railway Rd

    Built in 1895, the Western Australian Medical Museum was Perth's first maternity hospital. Now called Harvey House, the old hospital has been transformed into a museum. It ...

  • 17.

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    221 William St

    Universal Bar and Grill is a popular hangout for jazz lovers and beautiful people. What seems spacious by day becomes congested by night, as live blues and jazz ...

  • 18.

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    Cathedral Ave

    Bells Rapids, a picnic and bush walking spot is a prime viewing area to see the competitors in the annual Avon Descent White Water Race battle the rapids. The ...

  • 19.

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    2 The Terrace

    Some say ghosts haunt Fremantle Prison - possibly the 43 men and one woman hung on the site. Built by convicts in the 1850s, it operated as a maximum-security prison until ...

  • The association is the representative body of climbers in Western Australia. It facilitates climbing, rescue and rope work courses, and, organizes and ...