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Perth skyline dominates everything in this barren landscape, with the population of nearly 700,000 residents and is still growing at a considerable rate. Perth will projected to reach one million people sooner than what we all first thought. Perth was a slum Swan River Valley town less than 40 years ago, and now, it is safe for us to say it is Australia's New World City.


Now you are driving on one of the most busiest motorway in Perth, Eastern M5, which it connects the eastern suburbs into the city centre via Perth-City Airport (small regional airport). Every day, between 6am to 9am and 3pm to 6pm, this motorway would be choked with over 80,000 cars driving on it during the peak hour. Greater Perth City Council are working out how to fix this traffic crisis. [This picture was taken during midday, lol, the reason why there are few cars



University of Western Australia [uWA]'s student dormintaries along Fadden Park. Over 30% of UWA students live here, and it sits right next to the famous "landmark" Castle Hill which it dominates UWA's University City skyline and surrounding suburbs. UWA sits along the riverfront of Swan River facing Perth City Centre.


A stunning view of Perth, with Waterfront City [far left], UWA's University City [centre] and Perth City Centre skyline

, with a beautiful view of Swan River drifting through the city.


City of Perth have invested $885 million toward Perth Docklands and inner city developments. Let's wonder what City of Perth will develop on this abandoned hectares of grassland right in the middle of city? Comment what you think it should be built in this area. See the big old building, on the far right of picture, this is the Museum of Western Australia, built in 1892/1893.


Perth Hospital, right in the city centre, is home to a tall water tower which it is easily to recognise from up to 20 kilometres away. Perth Hospital is one of the largest hospital in Western Australia, but there are one hospital which it is currently under construction which it will be even more larger and more beds and its capacity. Perth Hospital first built in 1911 but greatly expanded in late 1990s. The Water Tower, is officially recognised as The Larrakin.


Novotel Hotel Perth City

and Perth Convention Centre

is one of the most promicient and important landmark in inner west Perth, and it is one of the most modern building in the city, rising above of all old 1800s/1900s terrace homes and apartments.


Myer Centre Perth City is the largest shopping "city" in Western Australia, it is home to 3,926 different retail, take away stores and different groceries, clothes and supplies shops. Myer Centre Perth City was built in 2003 right on George Street, Collins Street, Albert Street and Elizabeth Alley. Over 22,000 people come and visit Myer Centre Perth City during weekends, and this shopping "city" is right next door to Perth Station, the largest bus/train terminal in Perth.

This city, DO NOT replicate exactly as real-life Perth, but overall, it do look like Perth generally :) More pictures will be uploaded soon. The next update will be about University of Western Australia and its campus, including the pictures of the most beautiful university, student dormintaries and Castle Hill Nature Park. In real life, Perth is fourth largest city in Australia, behind Brisbane, with the population of 1.5 million people. (Brisbane population is nearly 2.4 million). Tune in for next update!!! Cheers. :)

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