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Climate
The climate is warm and temperate. Perth is Australia's sunniest capital.

Average temperatures:
Summer 29°C maximum, 17°C minimum.
Winter 18°C maximum, 8°C minimum.

Water temperatures:
Summer 20°C, winter 17°C.

 
With pristine white sandy beaches, a rugged interior contrasting with lush forests, a sunny climate and friendly people, studying in Western Australia is your natural choice.
 
Perth – the Western Capital
 
  • Shopping – Perth’s central city shopping area is open seven days a week. The two main shopping areas are the Murray and Hay Street Malls and each offers a wide range of speciality stores.
     
  • Eating Out – The rich diversity of restaurants, cafes, wineries and fresh produce, combined with a mix of cultural influences has seen the creation of a culinary style that is very West Australian.
     
  • Attractions – There are a range of attractions within easy reach of the city centre including kings Park, the Perth Mint, Swan Bells and Perth Zoo.
     
  • Beaches – You can enjoy white sandy beaches along the Western Australian coast, including world class swimming beaches in Perth.
     
  • Nightlife – Northbridge, Fremantle, Leederville, Subiaco and Claremont are just some of Perth’s bustling nightlife areas.
 
Day Tours from Perth
 
  • The Pinnacles – A comfortable three hour drive north of Perth is the remarkable natural landscape of the Pinnacles, where limestone spires, up to five metres high, rise from the sand.
     
  • Swan Valley – A short ferry ride up the Swan River is the Swan Valley – a picturesque area of rolling green vineyards, wineries, boutique restaurants and art galleries.
     
  • Dolphin Coast – Western Australia’s ‘dolphin coast’ extends from Monkey Mia in the north to Rockingham, Mandurah and Bunbury, south of Perth. You can swim with these amazing creatures or watch them play from the safety of a boat.
     
  • Rottnest Island – Just off the coast are the crystal clear waters and white beaches of Rottnest Island which are perfect for swimming, snorkelling, windsurfing, skindiving, sunbathing, surfing, boating and fishing. Meet the koalas, the small friendly marsupials which inhabit the island.
     
  • The Best of the West - Take some time to explore WA, where you can swim with the whale sharks at Ningaloo. See the stars - from anywhere! Tour the wine regions of the South West. Pan for gold in Kalgoorlie or learn to scuba dive.
 
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The colony of South Australia was revolutionary in giving women the vote in 1892.
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