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storey in former AMP Building Perth was the tallest building in the Western Australian city when it was completed in 1975?
in Emu Brewery Perth, Western Australia, traced its history to the town's first standalone brewery, which was founded less than a decade after settlement?
Art Deco styled and heritage listed is the only cinema still operating in the Piccadilly Cinema Perth CBD?
the 1862 opening of the second
in Causeway Perth, Western Australia, was disrupted by a young man on horseback who raced across after announcing that he would be first to do so?
Harry Seidler described the skyscraper QV.1 (pictured) in Perth, Western Australia, as the best building he had ever built?
in Palace Hotel Perth, Western Australia was described at its opening as "one of the most beautiful and elegant hotels in Australasia"?
the top of the 51-
storey tower Central Park (pictured) in Perth, Western Australia sways about 30 cm (12 in) in the wind?
when it was completed in 1976, the 32-storey
in Allendale Square Perth, Western Australia, was one of the largest fully aluminium-clad skyscrapers in the world?
Woodside Plaza (pictured) opened in 2004, it was the first high-rise office building to be constructed in Perth, Western Australia, in eight years?
when it was completed in 1959, the
in Narrows Bridge Perth, Western Australia, was the largest precast prestressed concrete bridge in the world?
when completed in 1988, the 52-storey
in BankWest Tower Perth, Western Australia (pictured) was the eighth tallest concrete skyscraper in the world?
newspapers called the have been published in Western Mail Perth, Western Australia, the first from 1885 to 1955 and the second from 1980 to 1988?
although it was the tallest building in
Perth, Western Australia, for most of the 1960s, is now only the 26th tallest in the city?
Citibank House according to
Noongar culture, the is a Wagyl snake-like Dreamtime creature responsible for the creation of the Swan and Canning Rivers and other waterways around present-day Perth and the southwest of Western Australia?
Perth-born Northern Territory Chief Minister jokingly blamed Marshall Perron Japan for denying him his birthright as a Territorian, as his family fled Darwin shortly before it was bombed?
in Council House Perth, Western Australia, was built to coincide with that city's hosting of the 1962 British Empire and Commonwealth Games?
Perth is the first city to operate a reverse osmosis seawater desalination plant to provide ?
drinking water in Australia
Perth, Western Australia, got rid of in 1948?
Indigenous Australian activist Robert Bropho won a in the case High Court of Australia challenging the redevelopment of Perth's Swan Brewery?
in Government House Perth, Western Australia is the official residence of the Governor of Western Australia and was built between 1859 and 1864 largely with convict labour?
His Majesty's Theatre (pictured) in Perth, Western Australia, is thought to be Australia's only remaining working Edwardian theatre?
St Mary's Cathedral (pictured) in Perth, Western Australia, is expected to be completed in 2009, almost 80 years after expansions were halted due to the Great Depression?
architect designed many of the important public buildings in Richard Roach Jewell Perth, Western Australia during the latter half of the 19th century?
makes Langley Park Perth the only city in the world where aircraft can land in the central business district?
is one of the few remaining Lake Monger wetland areas in suburban Perth, Western Australia as up to 80% of the naturally occurring lakes and swamps north of the city have been reclaimed since European settlement in 1829?
returned to his hometown of Jimmy Jack Perth after an argument with his co-writer?
The Black Balloon
Dumas House ( pictured), a government office building in Perth, Western Australia, is named in honour of engineer and public servant ?
Sir Russell John Dumas
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Question 1: The Metropolitan Region Scheme is the statutory ________ scheme for land use in the Perth metropolitan area, and has been in operation since 1963.
Question 2: Recent initiatives include progressive replacement of the bus fleet and the ________ contactless smartcard ticketing system.
Question 3: Television shows produced in Perth include local editions of the current affair program , and other types of programming such as ________ The Force (documentary), and The Western Front (sport).
Question 4: What electorate is Perth, Western Australia in?
Question 6: Perth is also home to the largest population of [44 ] ________ in the world; many settled here following the independence of Burma in 1948 and the city is now the cultural hub for Anglo-Burmese worldwide.
Question 7: ________ are a fast growing community with over 20,000 adherents in Perth.
Question 8: ________ provides a subscription-based satellite and cable television service.
Question 9: What type is thing is Perth, Western Australia?
Question 10: What state is Perth, Western Australia associated with?