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The City of Perth is a major provider of free entertainment for the 1.5 million people in the metropolitan area and is the premier destination for business, nightlife, culture and arts.

The City of Perth is a major provider of free entertainment for the 1.5 million people in the metropolitan area and is the premier destination for business, nightlife, culture and arts.

Population:
1.554.000

The capital of Western Australia, Perth sits beside the widest stretch of the Swan River with the port city of Fremantle built at the River mouth.

Perth provides a diverse range of courses across a number of institutions, from primary school to business qualifications and English language certificates, and allows you to take the direction you want at the place that is right for you. 

Vacation time and the relative ease casual employment for students allow you to enjoy Perth and get to know its people. This is definitely the place to be seen, packed full of designer boutiques, coffee houses and art galleries.

Those looking for department and fashion chain stores will have all their needs satisfied with what they find in the Murray Street and Hay Street Malls.

For more information, visit http://www.cityofperth.wa.gov.au/

Perth has more sunny days annually than any other Australian capital city. February is usually the hottest month of the year, with temperatures averaging 31°C. A sea breeze called "The Fremantle Doctor" provides some relief from the heat. 

Winters are relatively cool and wet with daytime temperatures ranging from 18-21°C. Perth has a Mediterranean-style climate, which means that for most of the year, the weather is warm and sunny. The weather is warm to hot over the summer months (December ' February) in Perth. The hottest months are usually January and February.  

  • Autumn (March ' May) in Perth is like an extension of summer, with similar temperatures and warm sunny days and cooler nights. 
  • The mild Perth winter (June ' August) is the rainy season, with cool sunny days. There are occasional storms, characterised by downpours of rain and thunderstorms. 
  • In spring (September ' November) days are warm and sunny, especially from October and November with daily temperatures of around 20 ' 25°C. 

Perth's Public Transport System is divided into travel "zones" and is designed to be easy to use for everyone visiting the city. Is a safe and modern network of buses, trains and ferries.

All buses within Perth, Fremantle and Joondalup city zones are free for everyone. And as an international student, you will receive a 40 per cent discount on all public transport throughout Western Australia.

One-way Ticket (Local Transport)     4.00 A$ 

Monthly Pass (Regular Price)    144.00 A$ 

Perth Zoo: See more than 1,300 native and exotic animals in their natural habitats (representing more than 230 species, some rare and endangered) with a visit to the award-winning Perth Zoo. 

Adventure World: Perth's premier amusement park brings the biggest multi-million dollar thrill rides and world-class water slides. There are more than 30 different rides and slides to keep big kids entertained.

Kings Park & Botanic Garden:
One of the largest inner city parks in the world gives you more than 400 hectares to explore and stunning city views, all for free.  Learn about one of the oldest surviving cultures on Earth on a guided Indigenous tour. 

Scitech Discovery Centre: Home to Australia's largest planetarium and over one hundred hands-on exhibits, the Scitech interactive discovery centre makes science fun, with a full schedule of science performances, puppet shows and special events.

Museum of WA: Discover dinosaur fossils and preserved native animals, or explore the ancient culture of Katta Djinoong ' the first people of Western Australia. Your gateway to WA's natural, cultural and social history.

Source: http://www.australia.com/explore/cities/perth/perth-surrounds.aspx

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