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What is the capital of Western Australia?
October 3, 2021

What is the capital of Western Australia?

West Australians are the biggest “ice” users in the country, according to the unprecedented analysis that equates to an anonymous drug test of 14 million Australians. While the national average of daily meth consumption is about one hit for every 28 people, in Perth it s about one hit per 17 people a day and one hit per 13 people at one undisclosed country town…

Wage Western Australia
August 28, 2021

Wage Western Australia

Wageline Western Australia deals with queries about: Wageline cannot answer employment queries about Pty Ltd businesses (unless related to long service leave or when children under 15 can work) or pay and conditions under national modern awards. If your query relates to Pty Ltd business please contact the Fair Work Ombudsman on 13 13 94 or visit fairwork.gov.au…

Activities in Western Australia
July 17, 2021

Activities in Western Australia

The Road Safety Commission has several online games and quizzes designed both to help you in your journey in obtaining a driver s licence, and to encourage you to be a safe driver. Indigenous road safety Aboriginal people are over-represented in road trauma in Australia. In Western Australia, Aboriginal people make up 3% of the population, but 9% of those killed…

Western Australia Electricity Market
July 5, 2021

Western Australia Electricity Market

The South West Interconnected System (SWIS) incorporates over 7, 800 km of transmission lines. The WEM supplies about 18 terawatt hours of electricity each year. A total of $500 million was transacted in 2014-15. There are more than one million customers in the WEM. 5, 798MW of registered generation capacity, including 513 MW of non-scheduled generation. The…

Famous Landmarks in Western Australia
April 15, 2021

Famous Landmarks in Western Australia

Perth is the capital of Western Australia, the largest state in Australia. It is situated along the Swan River which was named after the black swans that are nesting in the wet areas. There are many fun things to do and places to see in this great western state of Australia. Swan River The Swan River meanders through the city of Perth to the Port of Fremantle…

Best Universities in Western Australia
March 13, 2021

Best Universities in Western Australia

Description Studying here Working here Choose The University of Western Australia (UWA) and you’ll join a dynamic and passionate community of forward-thinking people who are determined to explore the unknown, challenge convention and make things happen. At UWA, your degree is an investment in your future. We celebrate strong industry partnerships with a range…

Landmarks in Western Australia
February 14, 2021

Landmarks in Western Australia

The Perth Mint offers a unique combination of attractions which allow you to experience all the magic, allure and wonder of gold. Founded in 1899 on the cusp of the greatest gold rush in Australia’s history, the Mint is custodian to one of Western Australia’s oldest heritage sites and is a magnificent reminder of the State’s golden beginnings. Bringing the story…

HOYTS Cinemas Western Australia
December 27, 2020

HOYTS Cinemas Western Australia

When HOYTS Rewards was awarded ‘Loyalty Programmes National Winner’ in the Australian Marketing Institute’s 2012 Marketing Excellence competition, the fantastic teamwork of Hoyts, Vista and Movio was truly evident! Hoyts is the largest single-brand movie exhibitor in Australasia with more than 50 cinemas, 400 screens and 75, seats. This level of operation requires…

Capital of Western Australia Crossword
November 6, 2020

Capital of Western Australia Crossword

The pearling industry was a major economic force for over one hundred years in northern Australia and for business interests in the southern capitals from the 1850s onwards. However, alongside the development of the industry were stories of forced and indentured labour, danger and death. The origins of an industry Pearl shell Ornament. Artist unknown. Bardi people…

Mining towns Western Australia
October 31, 2020

Mining towns Western Australia

Houses for mine workers near Newman in the Pilbara. Some communities face an uncertain future thanks to the falling price of iron ore. Photograph: Alan Porritt/AAPIMAGE Some towns have gone, but others have diversified from iron ore to cattle farming and new businesses Three hours from the centre of Western Australia’s iron ore industry, a scrubby patch of ground…

Western Australia Transport
October 7, 2020

Western Australia Transport

Finding a parking space on or near UWA s Crawley Campus can be difficult. We recommended that you walk, cycle or use public transport to get to the University of Western Australia. Getting to UWA by bus Buses to UWA regularly pass through the following areas: Subiaco, Perth, Northbridge, Morley, Bedford, Inglewood, Mt Lawley and western suburbs If you live elsewhere…

What is Western Australia like?
September 16, 2020

What is Western Australia like?

I grew up in rural Western Australia and despite spending several years in Perth have recently moved back. Around 200 km from Perth you are going to find yourself in the wheatbelt, lots of small towns, typically under 1 people and many considerably smaller than that. Most towns will have a joined primary and secondary school, sometimes for the larger ones such…

Hotels Margaret River Western Australia
September 1, 2020

Hotels Margaret River Western Australia

Margaret River: Surf’s Up, Wine’s Poured If you haven’t heard of Margaret River, you might not believe that a sunny region exists near Perth where vineyards flourish against crashing waves, bordered by towering forests parsed with grottos. But you can easily go from the beach to your favourite winery to a cool, shady cave in a matter of minutes…

Hotels Perth Airport Western Australia
July 6, 2020

Hotels Perth Airport Western Australia

Perth Airport (PER) Hotels Perth Airport (PER) is a large, booming airport that serves the Western Australian city of Perth, a sprawling urban expanse punctuated by glistening high rises and infused with a thriving arts culture. While Perth Airport is large - spread over 3 terminals - and serves many domestic and international flights, it maintains a relaxed…

Western Australia Bus
May 25, 2020

Western Australia Bus

Swan Transit has a total fleet of almost 600 buses that operate urban bus services under long-term contracts to the Public Transport Authority of Western Australia. These services commenced in January 1996 and Swan Transit currently operates approximately one third of Perth’s metropolitan bus network. Swan Transit employs over 1, staff and operates its fleet…

What to do Western Australia?
May 7, 2020

What to do Western Australia?

Western Australia is not merely Australia’s largest state; its size leads to some of the greatest variety in both experiences and landscapes of any of the country’s territories. As a result, a trip across the massive state can encompass a drastically broad range of tableaus and vistas, people, foods and wines, and amazing landscapes and geographical features…

Travel in Western Australia
April 7, 2020

Travel in Western Australia

Perth makes the perfect base for your Western Australia adventure. The sunniest city in Oz offers all the cool bars, restaurants, cultural and shopping experiences you expect from a big city and mixes these with it s laid-back and relaxing charm, 19 surf beaches and the largest inner city park in the world (move over Central Park). So whether you surf at Cottesloe…

Market Western Australia
January 29, 2020

Market Western Australia

There’s an abundance of beautiful sights and places to explore in Western Australia. From relaxing by the waterfront in Fremantle to indulging in the wines and walking trails at Margaret River, there’s plenty to see – especially by car. As pleasant as some of the drives can be, there are roads dotted throughout WA that offer challenging conditions. Comprehensive…

Best Hotels Western Australia
January 26, 2020

Best Hotels Western Australia

Take in the sights and sounds of a cosmopolitan city with a luxury holiday in Perth, WA. Find the best accommodation for your needs by browsing through thousands of hotel listings Take advantage of daily deals and seasonal specials at Expedia.com.au Enjoy the best rates possible thanks to the Price Match Guarantee By saving big on Perth 5-star hotels and resorts…

Western Australia School Holidays
January 11, 2020

Western Australia School Holidays

There is a substantial body of research indicating that children’s relationships and experiences prior to school have an enduring impact on developmental outcomes, leading to sturdy or fragile foundations for life-long learning, health and behaviour. Parents are children’s first and most influential teachers. Interventions focussed on supporting healthy, nurturing…

Holiday Homes Western Australia
December 30, 2019

Holiday Homes Western Australia

Western Australia: Every Holiday Option Under the Sun From rugged gorges to goldmines, crystal waters to vineyards, it would take a lifetime to discover every corner of Western Australia. This is the country’s largest state, covering a third of its landmass. Holiday options in WA include beach breaks along the Coral Coast, outback adventures and trekking through…

Landmark Western Australia
November 6, 2019

Landmark Western Australia

Labor and the Greens are calling for an urgent review of 22 formerly heritage-listed Aboriginal sacred sites after a landmark judgment in the supreme court of Western Australia found that the definition of a sacred site being used by the Department of Aboriginal Affairs was invalid. Justice John Chaney ruled in the supreme court on Wednesday that a decision by…

Buddhist Society of Western Australia
September 19, 2019

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Sorry there are no places left for Ajahn Brahm’s talk at The Buddhist Society. To find another venue in London where he is talking please go to the following website. Thank you. Kindfulness explains how “mindfulness” and “kindness” combined become the power behind successful meditation. Ajahn Brahmavamso Mahathera (known to most as Ajahn Brahm) was born Peter…

Western Australia snow
September 10, 2019

Western Australia snow

Bluff Knoll at dusk, viewed from the northwest Mountain snowfalls are typically confined to the higher peaks of the Stirling Range in the state’s south. Situated about 90km inland from Albany, this is a range of rugged peaks rising abruptly from low-lying and mostly flat farmland. Five of the peaks rise to over 1m, with the highest being Bluff Knoll at 1095m…

Flights to Geraldton Western Australia
July 26, 2019

Flights to Geraldton Western Australia

Airlines that fly from Geraldton to Perth There are at least three and up to 10 daily direct flights from Geraldton to Perth in Western Australia. Flights serving this domestic route are operated by Virgin Australia Regional Airlines and QantasLink, the former offering more flights in a day, while the latter only has once to twice daily flights. As of writing…

Bed and Breakfast, Western Australia
June 16, 2019

Bed and Breakfast, Western Australia

Situated in one of Perth s premium riverside suburbs, we offer 5 star amenities, with no hidden extra costs. Our accommodation is a new build suite, separate and to the rear of the main house, with a private entry and off street parking x 2. YOUR SUITE: Consists of a huge bathroom with double sized shower (heated towel rail, gowns; body lotions and shampoo…

Western Australia Activities
May 14, 2019

Western Australia Activities

Licensing Services (Security) regulates and manages the security industry and is responsible for: issuing security licences and registrations renewal of security licences and registrations monitoring of security licences and registration holders Licensing Services (Security) aim to provide the community of Western Australia with confidence in a professional security…

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