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Perth City: Perth is a growing city, home to more than two million people, located on the western edge of the Australian mainland. Changes to international flight routes will turn Perth into the gateway to Australia, bringing even more visitors, residents and exciting opportunities.

Kings Park is one of the biggest city parks in the world – bigger than Central Park in New York City – yet it's right in the heart of Perth. It grants epic views of the Swan and Canning rivers and the skyscrapers perched on their banks. Astonishingly tall, white-trunked trees line the entrance road to this inspiring patch of green, which has a treetop bridge, bushland trails, manicured gardens and cafés.

It's easy to get around the city by bus or train or on foot. 

Perth Beaches: Transparent blue water with astounding visibility meets sugary sand that seems to stretch on forever. Perth has more sunny days than any other capital city in the world. It has perfect beach-going weather and a population that happily obliges. Perth’s weather is one of our best features. Warm summers and mild winters let you make the most of the great outdoors

Perth Climate: Perth Australia has a sunny Mediterranean style climate with an average of eight hours of sunshine per day. Summers are hot and dry although not devoid of rain with occasional short lived thunder storms throughout the season. The hottest month is generally February, and the coolest is July and August. Winters are cool and wet, with most of Perth’s annual rainfall falling between May and September. Spring is a particularly lovely time to visit, with warm and clear conditions.

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