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Goldfields, Western Australia (WA)

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Perth Observatory
Western Australia's oldest observatory is located 25km east of Perth in Bickley. The Observatory has served WA for 119 years and remains actively involved in the service of public education. In recognition of its scientific, cultural and historical significance, the Observatory was entered on the state's Heritage Register in 2005. Experience our amazing night sky through our wide range of telescopes at our night sky tours. Our Volunteers will take you on a grand tour of the Southern Hemisphere?s ...

Night Sky Tours

From 08-09-2017 To 20-05-2018

Experience our amazing night sky through our wide range of telescopes at our sky viewing nights. Our Volunteers will take you on a grand tour of the Southern Hemisphere’s sky with a wide range of targets ...

The Vines Resort and Country Club
Cradled in the beautiful Swan Valley, it is “The Novotel Vines Resort & Country Club” that was built first by Course architects Graham Marsh and Ross Watson in 1989. Later, in 1996 The Novotel Resort was built. The resort has 103 resort rooms and 54 condominiums accompanied by the restaurants, bars and abundance of resort facilities. You can palate number of award-winning wineries in Swan Valley and enjoy the eye-catching destinations. For more details, call us
Avondale is located on land originally assigned in the 1830's to the first Governor of the Swan River Colony, Captain James Stirling RN and Harbour Master Mark Currie RN.Several wealthy owners during the 19th Century saw Avondale grow to over 5,260 hectares in size.In 1910 Avondale was purchased by the Lands Department. After the Great War, most of Avondale was subdivided and sold to returned soldiers as repatriation farms.The remaining Homestead block of 705 hectares faced an uncertain future for ...
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