Perth's city is on the Swan river<br /><ul><li> Captain James Stirling founded the swan river colony </li></ul> on the 1 June 1829.<br /><ul><li> Willem de Vlamingh named the swan river</li></li></ul><li>Tourist Information<br />Perth is famous for its many beautiful beaches used for swimming, surfing and snorkling<br />Also for its bushlands where vistors go bushwalking, hilking and visits wineries and orchards.<br /><ul><li>The national language of Australia is English and the Aboriginals have their own languages.</li></li></ul><li>Historical facts<br /><ul><li>Thousands and Thousands of years ago aboriginals roamed Australia.
There are about 700 traditional aboriginal societies.
Willem de Vlamingh First European to see Perth.</li></li></ul><li>More historical facts<br />Trans Australian railway opened in 1917<br />1981 the population was 809,035<br />The population grew rapidly between 1917 and 1981 because of the Trans Australian railway<br /> also because of the success of the gold mining towns and because so many British migrated.<br />
Even more historical facts<br />1849 population was 1148<br />1850 convicts arrived in Perth.<br />1891 it had only grown to 8447<br />1911 population was 31,300<br />1947 population 272,528<br />2010 population 1,650,000<br />
Environmental Facts<br />Perth has a mixture of Californian and Mediterranean climates<br />Perth is the sunniest city in Australia<br />8 hours of sunshine a day<br />Temperature range is from -0.7degrees C to 46.2degrees C<br />Average temperature 29 degrees Celsius<br />
Statistical information<br />This is how fast Perth’s population went up in 105 years<br />Perth’s population density per square km<br />