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Life In A Fish Bowl - Various - The Sound Factory : Perth, Western Australia, 1991-1993

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  1. Visit Strawberry Hill farm, purportedly the oldest in Western Australia. Open daily 10am to 4pm, but closed mid July to August. Go for a walk along the Kalgan River (about 14kms return) – it’s beautiful, shady, you might spot Ospreys, and look out for the fish traps which are ancient remnants of the Mineng group of the Noongar tribe.
  2. Western Australia has some of the best beaches in Australia and you will find a abundance of these on our door step Mullaloo beach is the closest beach with life saving patrols, it also has a park and a brand new restaurant overlooking the ocean.
  3. The property is located right on the Bibbulmun Track, Western Australia's world class, 1, kilometre walk trail, with the walk to Dwellingup town taking around hours. Other activities in and around the town include bushwalking, white water rafting, canoeing, mountain-biking on the Munda Biddi trail, and travelling on the historic Hotham.
  4. The West Australian is a leading news source in Perth and WA. Breaking local and world news from sport and business to lifestyle and current affairs.
  5. The M3 features a number of innovations distilled from the flagship OASYS including the new EDS (Enhanced Definition Synthesis) sound generator derived from the HD-1 engine design, the advanced second-generation KARMA functionality, and the multi-purpose control surface.
  6. Vincent St | Corner William St, Perth, Western Australia , Australia. nice to sit and ponder life and be close enough to hear the sound of traffic humbrum. Date of experience: Many trees lining the perimeter to provide adequate shade. Various types of birds TripAdvisor reviews.
  7. Albany’s King George Sound was the first European settlement in Western Australia, settled before the Swan River Colony in Perth. In addition, the area has significant ties to World War I, with Albany being the departure point for the majority of Anzac troops who left for Europe during the war.

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