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Artificial Plants Perth | Fake Plants

Artificial Plant Shop is the premier online retailer of artificial plants in Australia.
If you are looking for superior quality artificial plants from a seller based in Australia, take a look through our extensive range.

Our selection of artificial plants are chosen from the absolute best craftspeople to ensure our customers in Australia are receiving the most realistic and highest quality artificial plants for your home or business.
Popular artificial plants in our range include Bamboos, Palms, Ficus, Cycads, Agaves, Ferns, and Orchids. Our online store has a huge range of plants, trees, flowers, garlands and potted artificial plants.

Our warehouse sends artificial plants Australia wide, and we use a reliable freight service for fast shipping to your destination in 2 to 5 business days.
We supply artificial plants to enhance the interior areas of your home, select from stunning indoor plants to brighten up a corner, or a potted fern or orchids for a tabletop display.
Make a statement in your home’s entranceway, while overcoming the hassles of caring for a living plant’s water and light requirements. A pair of topiary trees look amazing in pots near your front door, your visitors won’t even know they are artificial plants!

Our Artificial plants add interest to retail spaces, offices, hotels and restaurants. Contact us for a custom order to compliment your interior design project in Australia.
The selection of styles, sizes, and lifelike detail in our handcrafted plants makes us a leading retailer in Australia.

Take a closer look at our high-quality range of Bamboo and Ficus artificial plants, the lifelike appearance has been created by using natural timber stems integrated with thousands of carefully handcrafted leaves.

The Artificial Plant Shop is a dedicated online store, not maintaining a physical retail presence also keeps our costs low so we can deliver the best value, lifelike artificial plants to our customers in Australia.

The Artificial Plant Shop’s customer service team are based in Australia and committed to delivering an excellent experience. Our warehousing and despatch teams ensure your order is carefully packed and sent the next day, so you receive your artificial plants quickly and in tip-top condition.

A Guide On How To Protect Artificial Plants Outside

For
many people, part of having a beautiful garden includes having eye-catching
plants that makes the area feel homely, lively and fills the empty spaces.
However, not everyone is blessed with a green thumb to keep unique plants
alive. For those, artificial plants are generally preferred over real
plants. But can you put artificial plants outside? And how do you prevent them
from fading and cracking? Well, today we are gonna tell you how to protect artificial plants outside
in your garden.

Overview:

Firstly,
can I put artificial plants outside?

Yes
you can, but it does depend on how the artificial plant is treated and where
you plan on keeping them. A climate-controlled room is ideal for fake plants,
because they don’t usually come prepared for the wear and tear of outdoor use.
Even so, you can put your prized fake plants outdoors if you go about it the
right way and understand how to protect artificial plants outside.

The most common issues when it comes to placing artificial plants outside, is that their colour can fade, they get dirty quickly and the leaves can crack. So here are a few tips and tricks so you know how to protect artificial plants outside.

Our
tips on how to protect artificial plants outside

An
untreated artificial plant that is kept in full sunlight will fade and crack
over time. Having UV-treated artificial plants, however, gives them the best
chance of surviving those hot, dry summer months.

To do this, use a can of UV protection spray to dust the leaves, stems, blooms and other parts of the plant. Because fake plants are generally already waterproofed, a good UV resistant spray will effectively weatherproof the plants for you and create a nice protective layer that allows you to place your artificial plants outside. Unfortunately, Koch & Co does not stock UV protection spray at this stage.

How
do you keep artificial plants from fading outside?

In
order to prevent artificial plants from fading outdoors, start by removing any
debris from your artificial plants. You can use a can of compressed air to
effectively remove the debris, or you can use a hair dryer on a low setting.
Once you have removed the excess, you can grab a clean feather duster, and with
a gentle touch, manually remove the remaining debris.

You
then need to limit the amount of full sun the plant receives. Your best option
is to display the artificial plants under an awning or patio where they will
receive the most shade. We also recommend turning the plant regularly so if any
fading occurs it will be evenly spread rather than on one side.

How
do you clean dirty artificial plants?

Once
you’ve figured out how to protect artificial plants outside, you will still
need to care for them like you would with real plants. Just like anything else
that is exposed to the outdoor elements, they are likely to get dirty and dusty
– so to keep them looking their best, you should know how to clean dirty artificial flowers and plants.

In
order to safely clean these plants, be sure to handle them gently as they may
already be weakened from being exposed to the outdoor elements. Regular
cleaning is important as the longer you let the dirt build up, the harder it is
to remove.

There
are products, such as the Design Master Silk Flower
Cleaner,
which are waterless solutions to remove dust and small particles from silk
flowers and plants. These products are great for silk flowers as some colours
may run if they get wet.

Alternatively,
a gentle method for cleaning artificial plants is to use a light touch and
non-irritating cleaning materials such as gentle dish soap. One of the easiest
and most common methods is to fill a sink or bowl with room temperature water
and add some dish soap. Then, just move the leaves around inside of the soapy
water and remove it again, blotting it dry.

Another
alternative is to spray a diluted mixture of vinegar and water on the leaves
before letting them air dry. Before spraying the entire plant, it’s best to
test the spray on a small leaf first to ensure the colour doesn’t fade.

Will
silk flowers last outside?

Silk flowers will typically only last around two or
three months in direct sunlight if they are placed outside without being
treated. After this time, you may notice that they begin to crack and fade. If
you know how to protect artificial plants outside, then silk flowers can be
preserved for much longer.


By understanding how to protect artificial plants outside, they can have their place in your garden, as well as inside. With these tips in mind, you can shop our wide range of artificial plants, artificial flowers and florist supplies online today and enjoy peace of mind that you will get the most out of our beautiful selection for seasons to come.


People
also asked:

What are artificial flowers made of?

Artificial flowers can be made from a number of different materials. These include everything from cotton, rubber, latex, sateen, silk, rayon and more.

How to pot artificial plants and flowers?

Take a brick of dry floral foam and cut it down to a size that fits in your pot. Arrange the flowers and greenery how you would with fresh flowers, and insert the stems into the foam.

Are artificial plants out of style?

Artificial plants never go out of style. If you arrange them well and do your part to keep them clean, hardly anyone will tell the difference. They’re a great way to add greenery to any space.

These faux plants look EXACTLY like the real thing

With the current trend to add as much greenery as possibly inside the home showing no sign of ending, those among us without greenthumbs are left wondering what to do? Do we just keep buying new plants only to watch them wilt? Thankfully, many faux indoor plants these days look like the real deal like the above range from Oz Design Furniture.

Zanui.com.au Artificial Calathea Fasciata Green

Zanui.com.au

The colour, and the texture all match up to the real deal. And what’s more, no watering, no fertilising, all they need is the occasional dust! Perfect! With winter coming on, it might be harder to keep real plants indoors knowing they might not be getting the light they need. This is the easy solution.

Faux Potted Trailing Succulent from West Elm

Don’t go for over-the-top silky colorful florals, let’s face it, we all know they’re fake, go for lush greenery. Faux succulents work well like these Faux Potted Trailing Succulents from West Elm. They look great in the bathroom.

Mocka Bird of Paradise

Mocka

Fiddle leaf figs, banana trees, ferns, and bird of paradise also work well. Mocka’s faux Bird of Paradise Artificial Plant is a stunning piece of indoor greenery. The realistic appearance is modelled from a real Bird of Paradise, is available in two different sizes, 120cm or 160cm high plants for a tall and luxurious pop of greenery in a room.

 

Faux plants are perfect for busy families as well as businesses, holiday homes, anyone who travels often or just doesn’t have the time to tend to live house plants. With a carefree, faux house plant, you can still enjoy all the style benefits, without getting your hands dirty. Faux-tastic!

Transform Your Space Using Artificial Plants — Perth Australia Tech Open

Indoor fake plants bring the beauty of gardening to your home or office space. Today, artificial plants are sought after for their realistic looks and role as an aesthetic addition to almost any interior or exterior. Think of the artificial plant that gives life to that dark corner of your office and the best part is that it will be looking as good as a natural plant even after a year of minimal care. All it will need is dusting.

The fake plant industry offers the luxury and beauty of plants without the need to invest too much time and energy in plant care. With recent developments in the industry, the quality and visual appeal of fake plants have improved significantly. Unless you ask an expert or touch a plant for yourself, telling the difference between a real and fake plant can be tough. With a fake plant, therefore, you can enjoy the ambience that the sight of plants offer and not have to worry if there’s sufficient sunlight or enough water in the pot for the plant to survive.

Real plants need specialised care. Different plants will have varying plant care needs, but at the very least, you’ll have to ensure they get enough water, plant nutrients from fertiliser and enough sunlight. With no such requirements, you can have a fake plant pretty much anywhere. Artificial plants bring happiness and life to almost any place, be it a restaurant, home or office, even parties or events. They are not only easier to maintain but also come in a variety of colours, shapes and sizes, allowing you to adorn your interior with plants or flowers that complement your décor. There’s also no need to worry about seasonal changes.

If you have a busy lifestyle or travel often, there’s no reason not to get artificial plants as they require no watering, only occasional cleaning. Regardless of whether you have a large or small space, you can always create room for an artificial plant. If you get yourself a bunch of fake roses, for example, they’ll change the appearance of your living room. The only thing you’d miss perhaps is the smell, but then again, there are plenty of fragrances out there that you can spray on the plant to make it more realistic.

Thinking of any plant that you’d like to add to your space? Don’t worry because there’s an artificial alternative out there. One of the most critical factors to bear in mind is that fake plants come in different qualities as well. High-quality versions will cost you more but give you better value for money. However, you can always find something within your budget. If you are choosing fake plants for the outdoors, you’ll want to go for those made from sturdier plastics that can withstand harsh weather. Indoor plants don’t need to be as sturdy, but you can never go wrong with better build quality.

Where To Buy Indoor Plants In Perth

If there’s one trend we never want to see the back of, it’s the explosion of indoor greenery we are seeing everywhere in Perth at the moment. From cafes and restaurants to office spaces and your super stylish besties’ house, fiddle leaf figs and devil’s ivy plants are popping up every which way you look, and just quietly, we’re obsessed.

Ready to deck your own place out but don’t know where to start? Here are 10 excellent places to buy indoor plants in Perth.  

Little Leaf Co

Myaree

The gals at Little Leaf Co have got an eye for interior styling and they’ll have your place looking lush in a matter of minutes if you give them half a chance. These guys also sell the beautiful Pop & Scott pots as well as plant stands and chalk paint in case you feel like getting creative.

Bar Botanik

North Perth

Bar Botanik doesn’t just do plants, they also do coffee so your plant shopping experience is 1000 times more enjoyable! Either grab a brew before wandering through the beautiful store, or do your shopping first and then sit down and relax with a cuppa while patting yourself on the back for how great your house is going to look.

Let It Grow Studio

Wangara

Take a little trip to Wangara and pop into Let It Grow Studio to get your hands on indoor plants, succulents, cacti and terrariums. The team at Let It Grow also have plenty of beautiful pots and planters so you can make sure your new plants are housed in something as pretty as they are.

Stackwood

Fremantle

Oh Stackwood, we couldn’t love you more if we tried. Part creative studio, part event space and part concept store, this is one place you need to pop into if you’re looking to green-ify your pad. The team here are all about supporting local creatives so go ahead and pick up a few other bits and pieces while you’re there.

Hass & Co Botanics

Leederville

Hass & Co is a dog-friendly indoor plant shop, so we obviously love them. If you don’t have your own dog, you can always go in and have a cuddle with their most valuable employee, Misty. They also sell beautiful plants including the elusive pilea plant, as well as plenty of pots and some homewares too.

Fern and Hoogah

Booragoon

If you want to make a day out of your plant shopping, head to Fern & Hoogah after (or before) you’ve visited Little Leaf Co which is only a two minute drive away. Fern & Hoogah may be tucked away, but it is a must visit for those looking for new plant friends. With pot plants ranging from big to small, their funky pots and lush shrubs will be sure to up your indoor plant game.

Green Assembly

Online & Claremont

Opening up a green haven in Claremont, Green Assembly has a huge range of plants and gorgeous pots on offer. We know you’re bound to find your plant soulmate here, but if you’re someone who can’t master the art of looking after even a succulent, just a stroll around the store will leave you satisfied. If you can’t be bothered actually leaving your house, then take to your computer and let your credit card loose with their indoor plant delivery site! 

Green Emporium

Fremantle

If you’re looking for a spin when it comes to indoor plants, Green Emporium is the place to go. They offer insanely beautiful terrariums, and what’s even better is if you have a large glass jar (or something of the sort) lying around at home you can bring it in and they’ll make one custom for you. Even if you’re not into the whole terrarium thing they still sell beloved pot plants and potters at affordable prices.

Salty Gold

South Fremantle

With indoor plants galore and plenty of beautiful hand painted pots you’ll be hard pressed not to spend all your cash in a matter of minutes at Salty Gold. These guys have light weight pots from Arc and Family (so you can move your plants around ’til your heart’s content) as well as smaller pots made by a local Freo ceramist so you’ll have no trouble finding a little house for your new plants. And as if things could get any better, Salty Gold is also home to Threeo Cafe so you can get your caffeine fix while you shop!

Creation Landscape Supplies

North Fremantle

At first glance, you might think Creation Landscape Supplies just sells bricks and firepits, but enter the doorway on the right and you’ll be very pleasantly surprised by the urban jungle they’ve got going on. They’ve got everything from teeny tiny plants that will brighten up your windowsill to huge plants that will make a statement. They’ve also got plenty of pretty pots, good luck choosing just one.

Dawson’s Garden World

Forrestfield, Joondalup, O’Connor and Swanbourne

Dawson’s is possibly one of the most trusted nurseries in all of Perth (they’ve been running since 1903) and their indoor plant game is strong. Pop into one of the four locations around Perth and take your pick, or head straight to their online store and get shopping. Their website is full of tips and tricks to make sure you don’t kill your plant within a month of getting it, just in case you need some help.

Succulents Of Swanbourne

Swanbourne

Succulents of Swanbourne create some of the best succulent bowls in all of Perth. Using marble pots, concrete planters, wood or glass bowls, they come up with some stunning designs. These bad boys are the perfect present for your not so green-thumbed friends thanks to the fact they require almost zero maintenance.

Lansdale Plants

Lansdale

The team at Lansdale Plants grow 99% of all the plants sold right there at the nursery, and it’s clear that they know what they’re doing. Pop in and pay these guys a visit and they’ll be able to tell you everything you need to know about caring for your new baby.

Green Room Decor

Maylands

Green Room Decor in Maylands specialises in indoor plants, pots and accessories and even offers consultations to style your space, whether it be your home, office or anything else you might want to greenify. These guys stock a range of plants as well as handmade pots, Sunday Collective pots, and locally made Mrs Potter Candles. So come in to Green Room Décor with your favourite four-legged friend (yep, it’s dog friendly!) and get some tips on how to make your pad look as good and green as possible.

Perth Succulent Bowls

Online

The guys at Perth Succulent Bowls make some pretty rad succulent bowls, but they also offer workshops so you can learn how to make your own bowls and wreaths. If your bowl happens to be in need of some maintenance these guys can help out there too, so there’s no need for you to get your hands dirty when your succulents start getting a bit cramped in their current bowl.

Your Local Farmers Markets

Errrrywhere

Pop down to your local farmers markets this weekend and you’re bound to find a plethora of indoor plants. Kyilla Community Famers Markets in North Perth, Subiaco Farmers Markets and the Growers’ Green Markets in South Freo always have a good selection, but your local probably does too!

Need a hand keeping them alive? Check out our Guide To Indoor Plants For Serial Killers.

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Real Plant Hire vs Artificial (what’s best for the office?)

We’ve decided: real plant hire is better!

When considering the health and productivity of your team, the benefits of choosing to hire real plants far outweigh anything fake plants can offer.

It’s a well-known fact that indoor plants are natural air purifiers and are good for our mental health. While fake plants can look the part, they can be detrimental to our health and to the environment.

Artificial plants are an artificial creation of the real, living, breathing, growing, air cleansing real living plant. So why not go with real plant hire and have the real thing!

If the benefits of real living plants outweigh the negatives for your work environment, but you don’t have a green thumb, the time, patience or know how to take care of real living plants? Don’t despair. Tropical Plant Rentals provide healthy indoor plant hire and maintenance. We have over 40 years’ experience in the indoor plant hire industry, with a team of experts in Sydney, Central Coast, Newcastle, Gold Coast, Brisbane, Wollongong and Melbourne. Our team will work with you to bring life to your workplace and we’ll even take care of all plant maintenance.

One of our team members will consult with you to discuss your real plant hire options, to make sure you select the right plants to suit your environment. This can be done by taking into consideration your requirements, design and layout.

The good news is, if you opt for real plant hire and they become unhealthy, we will replace them, free of charge as part of our maintenance program.

We offer our professional real plant hire service and maintenance program to offices, hotels, lobby, foyer or reception areas, showrooms, aged care facilities, hospitals, medical centres, restaurants, cafes and display centres.

We also specialise in real plant hire for all types of events including television and filming, concerts, expos, festivals, theatre, photoshoots, displays, parties, weddings or any corporate function. Our plant stylist can turn your event into something special using healthy, lush plants and pots from our stylish designer range.

While there are a few benefits to faux plants, real plant hire comes out on top, in our books. And paired with our team’s commitment to foliage maintenance, you really can’t go wrong with Tropical Plant Rental’s real plant hire service!

Contact the Tropical Plant Rentals team today, to discuss your real plant hire needs.

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 V volt 
 W Watt 
 g gram 
 Hz hertz 
 GHz gigahertz 
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 IR infrared 
 K kelvin 
 kVA kilovolt-ampere 
 kvar kilovolt-ampere reactive 
 kW kilovatts │3kilogram 
 kg 
 kgf kilogram-force 
 km kilometer 
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 kPa kilopascal 
 kcal kilo calorie 
 l liter 
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 sg santigram2 cm 
 cm2 square centimeter 
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 cN santinewton 
 eV electron-volt 
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90,000 Perth Australia. Perth city, Australia (Perth). Entertainment and recreation

Australia, Petr is a popular tourist route that attracts tourists from different parts of the world. The large city located in the western part of the country has over 1.5 million inhabitants. "Pearl of Australia" attracts guests with ancient buildings, carefully restored by the city authorities, attracts with comfortable beaches and natural beauty.

Australia, Perth: Attractions

Visitors who are attracted by ancient architecture will discover many interesting places. Tourists who arrive in Perth will have vivid impressions of visiting the Mint. At the moment, it is the oldest of all functioning analogs. Such an excursion will be informative for those who are fond of numismatics, there is also a shop.

Australia, Perth - a place where many old buildings have survived.A curious walk awaits those who reach the London Court. The street contains many buildings in an elegant English style. Its highlight is the clock tower, on which the "dancing" knights are located. The movement of the figures takes place at noon, accompanied by music.

Australia, Perth - a place where the performing arts are highly regarded. You should definitely admire the Theater of His Majesty - this is a magnificent example of 19th century architecture. Guests of the city who are more attracted to nature can visit the island of Rottnest.This is a nature reserve, located off the coast of Perth, where unique marsupials live.

What entertainments await tourists

Australia, Perth is not only buildings erected several centuries ago. King Park is considered a great place for a picnic, where unique plants await visitors. Those who come here in spring or summer will be lucky. At this time, the organization of concerts, festivals, night cinema shows held in the open air is flourishing. At night, tourists looking for club entertainment will be able to choose between numerous venues.The settlement is interesting for the abundance of art bars, where creative bohemians gather. Underground clubs are popular.

You should definitely visit the prestigious Northbridge area. Oysters, champagne and endless dancing - no one will get bored in this center of nightlife. Visitors to the enchanting Aboriginal show will be able to learn more about the indigenous inhabitants of Australia and have a great time. Music performed on national instruments, ritual dances, ceremonies - there are a lot of impressions from the show.It is here that you can taste such exotic dishes as testing unusual fruits.

Perth: Beach Vacation

The city is a true paradise for those who want to take a break from working days on a luxurious beach. Those who choose tours to Australia, planning to combine a beach vacation with sightseeing of numerous attractions, should stop at this particular village. There are 19 beaches, well equipped and offering a varied range of water activities.Surfing, windsurfing - getting a tan is easy to combine with sports.

We taste the national cuisine

Gourmets must visit the city of Perth at least once in their life, as well as connoisseurs of excellent wine. Not far from this village is the Swan Valley, where you can taste the best achievements of wine brands. Also at the service of visitors is craft beer, cheeses, chocolate, which are produced here.

Swan Valley is far from the only interesting place that Perth, Australia offers to gourmet tourists.Sights sooner or later get tired, so do not forget about rest in one of the many restaurants. In local establishments, you can enjoy the taste of national dishes, give preference to Mexican or Thai cuisine.

You cannot leave the city of Perth without appreciating the taste of aromatic steaks. The national dish is grilled. Lovers of seafood will also be delighted here: these products are transformed into delicacies in a thousand different ways. You should definitely order the lobsters.

Watching the Sunset

Sunset is one of the many reasons to visit Perth.It is best to enjoy the contemplation on Cottesloe Beach. Every evening a performance is held here, which is called: "Watching the Sunset". This process can be combined with a local dinner and fine beer.

Locals call Perth the City of Light. This settlement has fully earned the second name, since it is here that the maximum number of sunny days in Australia is. Here you can enjoy the sun's rays for 8 hours or longer.

When spending time on the beach, sightseeing, clubs, do not forget about souvenir shops. For memorabilia, you can choose King Street or one of the larger shopping malls.

Everyone who has ever visited the City of Light dreams of returning.

Spread along the coastal plain. In the center it is crossed by the Swan River, from the east it is closed by the Darling Ridge, and in the west by the coast of the Indian Ocean. Perth is the fourth largest in Australia by population.The city is developing intensively, but at the same time it is relaxed, quiet and safe.

History of the City of Perth

This region has been home to the indigenous Niungar people for at least 40,000 years. In 1829 a British colony appeared here. The settlement was named after the Scottish town of Perth, where Sir George Murray, the British Minister of the Colonies, was from.

Since 1850, the size of the colony has increased due to the influx of convicts, whose works formed the early architecture of the city.The discovery of gold and minerals in the 1890s played a key role in the city's economy. Today, most of the country's mining industry is concentrated here. Perth in Western Australia remains the fastest growing city in the state.

Despite its isolation and relatively low population density, Perth is surprisingly culturally diverse. Almost half of its inhabitants were born outside Australia. Its proximity to Southeast Asia and Africa explains the influx of migrants from Malaysia, South Africa and Thailand.This is reflected in the variety of cuisine. The city of Perth in Australia is worth a visit for anyone seeking a cosmopolitan culture without the hustle and bustle of metropolitan areas.

Climate in Perth

Perth in Australia has a temperate Mediterranean climate. Summers are hot and dry, winters are humid and mild. In summer, from November to April, the average temperature is 30 ° C, but at midday it exceeds 40 ° C. Given the low humidity, the heat is tolerable even on such days.

In winter (June-August) the temperature usually rises to 19 ° C.The minimum temperature sometimes drops to 0 ° C on clear nights. Long periods of drought in winter alternate with heavy rains.

It is best to come here in spring (September-November) and autumn (March-May). Spring is ideal to see the sights of Perth (Australia) and the famous wildflowers around King's Park and the Avon Valley. For beach lovers, the weather in Perth, Australia during the summer months can be overwhelming. So it's best for them to come in March-April or October-November.

Airport

All scheduled international and domestic flights arrive and depart from. Terminals (there are 4 of them, one of them is international) are located on both sides of the runway, at a distance of about 11 km from each other.

Taxis or commercial buses are available from all terminals to the city and main hotels from Perth Airport. Taxis to the city cost about AU $ 40 from the international airport; bus - around AUD 15 per person.It departs from Terminals T3 and T4 at Perth Airport (Australia).

Next to the international terminal (T1) is the T2 terminal, which has a café and an on-duty shop. To get to terminals T3 / T4 at Perth Airport, you can take a free bus - it departs every 20 minutes during the day, and the journey will take no more than 10 minutes. A taxi will cost about $ 20.

Attractions

There are many wonderful places on the map of Perth (Australia). First of all, these are numerous parks and gardens.A special place is occupied by stadiums - the people of Perth are crazy about football and rugby. Convenient bike paths run throughout the city. And Perth is also famous for the most beautiful beaches in all of Australia.

The following must-see places in Perth:

  1. Kings Park and Botanical Garden
    - Natural shrubs, plant variety from Western Australia, South Africa and California. You can also enjoy stunning views of the city from here.
  2. Swan River
    , which the Aborigines believe was created by a rainbow snake.For locals and tourists alike, it is an ideal destination for relaxation, picnics, hiking, cycling, kayaking, sailing and fishing. On a Swan Valley cruise, you can visit the region's oldest vineyards and buy fresh farm produce.
  3. Zoo
    is a famous landmark of Perth, Australia, located 3 km from the city center. You can get here by bus, car, train. In the zoo you can see representatives of the unique wildlife of Western Australia and South Africa.The main favorites are kangaroos, koalas, wallabies, wombats and Tasmanian devils.
  4. Hillary Boat Harbor
    is located 20 km northwest of the city center. It is a wide marina with restaurants, shops, bike and walking paths, beaches. The Western Australia Aquarium is one of the top attractions in Perth. Here you can walk through a glass underwater tunnel and see over 200 species of marine animals, including stingrays, dolphins and sharks.
  5. Aviation Heritage Museum
    is located 15 km south of Perth.Exhibits of more than 30 aircraft, thousands of artifacts of civil and military aviation, an exposition of the evolution of aircraft from the two-winged aircraft of the First World War to modern passenger ships.
  6. Cathedral of Saint Mary
    is a magnificent neo-Gothic church, consecrated in 1865. In the cathedral, you can take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city or join a guided tour of the building every Tuesday.
  7. Art Gallery of Western Australia
    is located at the Perth Cultural Center.An extensive collection of samples of world and Australian art from 1829 to the present day.
  8. Particularly interesting is the large collection of Aboriginal artifacts. Other exhibits include diamonds and dinosaurs, butterflies and birds. An old prison can also be seen in the museum complex.
  9. Mint
    - here you can see with your own eyes how ingots are made of pure gold. The complex includes a voluminous collection of gold bars and nuggets.

The city of Perth in Australia is attractive to tourists for its convenient location, many attractions and a good climate.

City of Perth

Perth is called the "pearl of Australia", it is the largest settlement in the western part of the mainland, the city of black swans and unforgettable ocean sunsets.

Between it and other metropolitan areas lies a huge barren desert, which allows Perth to be called the capital of the western region. The important position of the fourth largest city in the country is confirmed by the fact that Perth is the capital of Western Australia - the largest state in the country, occupying a third of the continent.

Back in the late seventeenth century, the Dutch landed at the mouth of a river and surveyed the area. They were impressed by the beautiful black swans on the river, after which they named the river Swan River. But in general the area did not seem hospitable to them, the Dutch captain William D "Vlaming described it as not suitable for agriculture, and they sailed on.

For another hundred and thirty years, the region was destined to remain at the disposal of the local aborigines - the Nungars.Only at the beginning of the nineteenth century, the area began to be settled by Europeans. At the time, the British were the undisputed masters of the eastern part of Australia, and they were worried that the western part remained undeveloped. They feared that the French would be ahead of them, so in 1839 a settlement finally emerged at the mouth of the Swan River.

Thus, England became the sovereign owner of the entire continent (which was then still preferred to be called an island) and secured itself against the claims of other colonial countries.At first, things were not going well, no one wanted to live in this inhospitable place. Even the convicts had to be moved in, so that the existence of the colony did not end immediately after its emergence.

The situation changed radically after a couple of decades, when gold was found on the continent, and in the area of ​​the colony in particular. The influx of a hunter for a precious metal provided the city with residents, an increased demand for housing, tools gave an impetus to the development of industry. Gradually, from a provincial settlement, Perth grew into a prosperous and beautiful city.

The second leap in development and growth began in the middle of the twentieth century, when new deposits of gold were found nearby. Perth is the world center for the extraction and processing of this precious metal; it constantly competes with Yakutia for the title of the world leader in diamond mining. In Perth
, the largest number of millionaires per capita among the country's megacities. This allowed Perth to overtake Adelaide in size and move from fifth to fourth.

Like other cities in the country, Perth is characterized by a large number of immigrants. For a long time, the city was the first where ships with immigrants from Europe fell. Now almost every tenth inhabitant of the city was born in Great Britain, together with other peoples, they make up about a quarter of the city's population. Since a significant part of the state is occupied by deserts, the city is home to three quarters of the state's population, which is an indicator of the highly centralized finances, resources, and other things.

Unlike much of the state, Perth enjoys a temperate, Mediterranean climate.

And although there is not a lot of precipitation here, there is enough of it to ensure the blooming of greenery. In summer it is quite hot here, sometimes the temperature reaches 40 degrees, in winter it is cooler, but frosts here are an extremely rare anomaly.

The number of hours of sunshine per year makes other Australians call the people of Perth lucky, because the weather is almost constantly here.

The temperature depends a lot on where the wind is blowing from. The air from the mainland brings heat and dryness, from the sea it brings coolness and moisture. Due to its location on the west coast, Perth offers an amazing sight - every evening the sun plunges into the waters of the Indian Ocean.

On the beaches of the city, you can see barbecue installations, which everyone can use absolutely free of charge. Geographically, the city is much closer to Jakarta or East Timor than Sydney
and Melbourne
y, which leaves its own characteristic imprint on the appearance and features of the city.

The black swan has become a real symbol of the city and the state; there is a special attitude towards these birds. You can see their image on the coat of arms and the flag of the state, there are sculptures in the city park, and live birds are regularly found on the river and other bodies of water.

but swans aren't the only living things worth seeing.

The state is home to about 15 species not found anywhere else in the world. In particular, endangered koalas live in a unique reserve on 14 hectares of land.In Kounu Koala Park, you can not only observe these cute animals, but also take pictures with them or simply hold them in your arms. In the very center of the city, there is the amazing King Park, where rare plants can be found.

Near the town there is a unique forest with ancient, century-old Curry trees. And in the north, not far from the city, there is a unique stone forest built by termites.

A large area covered with sand, from which tall and stately stones stick out like bizarre statues.This picture can be mistaken for a piece of the landscape of another planet or the scenery for a fantastic movie.

And since we are talking about stones, we should remember another real miracle of nature, located near the city of Perth.

The name "Wave Rock" fully describes the essence of the phenomenon. It may seem that this is an artificial sculpture - a giant wave 15 meters high, frozen in stone. But such splendor arose as a result of natural processes and a person can only be amazed at its beauty.The Mediterranean climate is conducive to the flourishing of grapes and there is a large wine-growing region near Perth.

The city itself also has something to see.

In particular, the large glass tower, which houses the museum of bells, deserves attention. Here you can look at various bells, some of them were cast in the 14th century and donated to the city on the 200th anniversary of Australia, enjoy their ringing, while being amazed at the amazing beauty of the glass floors and walls of the building.You can also visit the Museum of Western Australia, which also has a lot of interesting things.

An unpleasant feature of the city, which causes problems for those wishing to settle in the city, is the high cost of real estate in Perth. According to this indicator, the city is second only to Sydney and Melbourne. But this situation has a completely objective and rational reason - the development of the city is proceeding at a tremendous pace, the thriving industry of the region requires a huge number of workers, which creates a shortage of housing.

Another feature of the state in comparison with the rest of the federation is that the inhabitants of Western Australia are extremely reluctant to identify themselves with other residents of the country, here, like nowhere else, there is strong separatist sentiment, the state constantly dreams of disconnecting.

In particular, in 1933, after a referendum, the state sent delegates to London in order to persuade Britain to accept the state into the empire. However, the British chose not to interfere.

Perth

Perth (Perth) - the capital of the Western Australia region, one of the most isolated from the general civilization of administrative

centers of the world.Perth's position on the outskirts has earned Perth the fame of a secret pearl in the Australian crown: it can be found

is far from everyone, but a stubborn seeker will be rewarded in full - kilometers of virgin beaches, a huge number

national parks within walking distance, beautiful nature, and all this, coupled with lifestyle hospitality and infectious

carelessness of local residents more than compensate for possible inconveniences.

How to get to Perth

The route from Russia to Australia is long, there are no non-stop flights, so prepare to spend at least 20 hours in the air without

registration of connections.Flight options - mass: Emirates via Dubai, Thai Airways via Bangkok, Singapore Airlines

via Singapore, not counting the possibility of flying to Sydney and from there to get to Perth with a domestic national flight

by Qantas or Virgin Blue low cost.

Perth International Airport is located 15 km from the city and consists of three terminals. Flights from abroad are served in

Terminal 1, home - in the 2nd or 3rd.To get from the airport to the city center, you can use the services

shuttle. Connect shuttles connect international and local terminals to Perth city center; departures from the airport from

6:20 am to 1 am. In Perth, the shuttle makes 5 stops in different parts of the city. Travel time to the first stop is about 20

minutes, fare - $ 18 one way and $ 30 round trip. Another option (advantageous if you are traveling to

company) - take a taxi.The trip will cost about $ 40.

Perth Climate

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+16

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+12

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+23

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Transport in the city

Municipal Transperth operates public transportation in Perth. At the service of local residents and guests -

city buses, commuter trains and a ferry connecting the banks of the Swan River, on which the city is located.

There are many bus routes in Perth, the most popular being CAT buses. There are three

lines: Red CAT and Yellow CAT connect the eastern and western parts of the city (from 6 am to half-8 pm with an interval of 5/10 minutes),

Blue CAT - North and South (from 7:00 to 19:30, interval 8 minutes).In addition, circular routes are popular.

No. 98 (clockwise) and 99 (in the opposite direction).

The fare is charged according to the number of crossed zones, there are nine of them in the city. The fare within one zone -

$ 2.50, two - $ 3.70, etc. The city center and the districts closest to it are within the same zone. Travel ticket for

24 hours will cost $ 9. Travel within the Perth Free Transit Zone (FTZ - Free Transit Zone) is free.

Bus stops in this area are marked with a red FTZ sign.


In addition to tickets for travel, you can purchase SmartRider - an electronic card that must be pre-charged

in cash at the Transperth offices. Apply SmartRider to the validator in public transport at the entrance and exit, and the desired

The

amount will be automatically deducted from the card balance.

You can gaze at the fantastic starry sky of the Southern Hemisphere at Scitech, the largest planetarium on the continent.

Commuter trains are a great way to quickly get to and from Perth's suburbs. Popular

90,114 destinations include the North Clarkson area, as well as the townships of Fremantle and Midland. Trains depart from the central

City Station at Wellington Street. The schedule is from half past six in the morning until midnight on weekdays and until two in the morning at

weekend. Trains are also subject to the FTZ rule - free travel within the city.

Ferries provide quick and comfortable access to southern Perth, for example to visit the zoo. Ships ply

Every 20-30 minutes from 7 am to 7 pm on weekdays and from 8 am to 9 pm during the weekend; travel time - 7 minutes.

For exercise enthusiasts in Perth, there is an opportunity to rent a bike. Here is an extensive network

90,114 bike lanes, all of which are maintained in near-perfect condition.

Perth Cuisine & Restaurants

Perth has a wide variety of bistros, pizzerias and restaurants with a wide variety of gastronomic traditions - from

Australian to American, Italian, Japanese, Mexican and Thai.The largest selection of establishments for every taste

And a wallet in the Northbridge area. There are also bars, pubs and nightclubs here, and after dark you can

"continue the banquet" in them. Other Restaurant Areas - Nearby Barrack Street Pier and Mend Street on the South Bank of the River

Swan (lunch can be combined with a short but romantic ferry trip).

seafood, from shark meat to freshwater oysters. Perth is famous for lobsters, it is a whole industry with an impressive share

exports to the USA.

Swan Valley is one of Australia's oldest wine regions, don't miss a glass

another local invigorating drink.

Italian cuisine is thriving in Fremantle, a town 20 minutes from Perth. Thousands immigrated here in the 50s and 60s

90,114 pasta and lasagna adepts, and since then it has been absolutely easy to find a place with excellent food here.

Shopping and shops

Perth's major department stores, Hay Street Mall and Murray Street Mall, are located in the heart of the city.There are many

90,114 stores of international mass brands of clothing, footwear and accessories and several boutiques of local designers. King Street -

is another popular shopping artery of the city. It also makes sense to visit the malls Carillon City Arcade, Carousel Shopping Center in

Cunnington, West Perth Harbor Town Outlet and the colorful Karrinyup Shopping Center - luxury boutiques here

are interspersed with small shops with all sorts of things - bracelets, neckerchiefs and other accessories.

Soak up the local flavor and shop for food and go to the Perth markets: Fremantle Markets (over 150

90,114 retail outlets in a historic building from 1897), Canning Vale (fruits and vegetables, flowers, second-hand items; works on

Sundays), Gosnells Railway and E-Shed Markets. Large selection of souvenirs and handicrafts at Scarborough Fair

Markets and Wanneroo Market (Saturdays and Sundays 8am to 5pm).

Entertainment, Excursions and Attractions Perth

One of the main attractions of Perth is the ocean and the beach in all their diversity: from simple lying on the sand to flying on

two-seater aircraft over the surf line.The most comfortable and safe beaches are North Beach, Sorrento

Beach and Urban City Beach. Cottesloe beach is also convenient for swimming, but here you need to watch out for underwater currents near

breakwaters. Scarborough and Trigg are ideal for surfers.

You can enjoy the charm of uninhabited beaches and short-tailed wallaby kangaroos on Rottnest Island,

located 19 km from Perth (about two hours by ferry).Private transport is prohibited here; there is one on the island

Bus route and several bike rentals. In the vicinity of Rottnest, divers can dive to

Wrecks of sunken ships.

Offshore position has earned Perth the fame of the secret pearl in the Australian crown.

Perth Zoo has more than 2,000 animals of 280 species, mainly of the original fauna of the continent. In the park wild

Nature Caversham can be seen kangaroos and wombats, and Cohunu Wildlife Park is inhabited by numerous koalas.For lovers

There are also several noteworthy landmarks in downtown Perth - Governor's House surrounded by

90,114 beautiful gardens, the Houses of Parliament and the City Hall, St George's Cathedral, and the Perth Mint,

where precious metals are processed today.

, unfortunately, they do not give rent).

You can get some fresh air within the city limits in one of four Perth parks: Allen Green Conservatory with a collection

tropical plants, Burswood Park, 400-hectare Kings Park or Botanical Gardens.

To gaze at the fantastic starry sky of the Southern Hemisphere, go to Scitech, the largest planetarium on

continent. You can fly over Perth and its surroundings in a hot air balloon, helicopter and a two-seater plane. Well

Of course, don't forget that Australia's coastline is one of the best diving spots in the world.

Perth and Surroundings

  • What to see:
    After exploring the calm and green city of Perth, it is worth paying attention to the pristine beaches and parks of its
  • 90,219 suburbs, as well as a fun safari across the Pinnacles prairie and desert.In addition, you can have a couple of days

  • to be held in the largest city in the country - Sydney
    . .. To see with your own eyes an example of a successful synthesis
  • ultra-modern skyscrapers of the business center with old "Mediterranean" buildings.
  • You may also be interested in the UK
    ,Indonesia
    , Seychelles
    , USA
    , Japan
    ...
  • Most popular destinations in the country: Great Barrier Reef
    , Brisbane
    , Canberra
    , Cairns
    ,Sydney
    ...

Perth is a young modern city, the capital of the state of Western Australia.The city was founded by an English lieutenant

by James Stirling in 1829. Bringing here on his ship Parmelia new

settlers, he defended these lands from French colonization. Perth has long been a small town and

population was endangered. Due to the significant remoteness from the entire steel world, the influx

The

labor force in Perth was very weak, so in the first half of the 17th century it was often necessary to import into the area

convicts.

However, life in the city changed dramatically when gold deposits were discovered in the vicinity of Perth in the 1890s.

The city was seething, and in just a decade its population grew sixfold. Global changes have occurred in the external

the guise of Perth. Numerous skyscrapers were built, which to this day are the offices of the largest

90,114 mining companies in the country. There are also many old colonial-style houses left, giving the city its own

Charm.The city is home to the main management center for the mining industry, which owns

the world's largest discovered deposits of nickel and gold. The world's largest diamondiferous region, Kimberly

is the main competitor of the Yakutsk diamond deposit.

Perth has a very extraordinary nature - the preserved centuries-old giant trees "Curry" amaze with their

majesty. North of the city, in the Nambung National Park, there is a petrified forest

Pinnacles, which gives the impression of an alien settlement. The nature of the origin of this forest remains a mystery.

these blocks periodically hide in the sand and are exposed again, this explains the fact that this miracle was discovered

only in 1960.

Speaking of Pinnacle, one cannot fail to mention one more grandiose creation of Australian nature - 340 km from the city

is a truly wonderful sculpture, carved by the forces of nature in a rock of red sandstone "Stone wave
"(Wave

Rock).The wave reaches 15 meters in height and 110 meters in length and changes color during the day depending on the light.

One of the main attractions of Perth is a relatively young tower - Swan Bal
(Swan Bell Tower). This very

The world's tallest glass bell tower was built in 2000. She is surrounded by brass sails and has a very

majestic view. The tower has 18 bells, 12 of which were donated to the city by the English Church of St.

Martina-in-the-Fields for Australia's Bicentennial Day. The bells date back to the 14th century. The tower houses a museum exposition,

dedicated to bells, you can also watch the bell ringers working through the glass floor of the second level of the tower. Near

Tower is the Swan River with restaurants, marinas and pleasure boats.

Perth has a mild maritime climate with long hot summers and cool winters. It rarely rains here, and the sun

shines, on average, 8 hours a day. In summer, dry, very hot days are softened by evening breezes from the Indian Ocean.

The winds of the sea, here called the Fremantle Healer, bring coolness and freshness to Perth. Ocean water does not warm up

as good as the east coast, the average summer ocean temperature is 20 degrees Celsius. In winter, despite

noticeable cooling (up to 18 degrees Celsius) and possible showers, there is still a lot of sun in the city.

Southwest of Perth you can see many endless flowering fields that attract with their diversity

90,114 travelers not only from Australia, but also from all over the world. In Margaret River Valley
is one of the largest

wine regions of the country. White wine "Sauvignon Blanc" (Sauvignon Blanc) is famous throughout the world for its exquisite

taste and inviting aroma.

Perth & Swan Valley

Today will be the story of a brief sojourn in Perth and of course the Swan Valley - Western Australian

is the number one destination for lovers of wine, beer and a variety of delicacies.

Destination Perth

The place where the city of Perth was founded, at the mouth of a wide river, has been inhabited by aborigines more than 40 thousand years ago. How

is considered the first people came from the North and settled in vast territories adjacent to the coast, and

as far as science knows, there was even a certain seasonal migration of aborigines - in winter, when on the coast

became cold, the aborigines migrated to the hinterland.

Western Australia

Most of Australia's 23 million people are concentrated on the ocean coast and cities such as Sydney,

Melbourne and Brisbane were laid in close proximity to the ocean, which served as the main delivery route

provisions, equipment and convicts to the new colony. Adelaide and Darwin are also coastal cities, large

ports. The capital of Western Australia 1 is no exception.8 million Perth, located at the mouth of the Swan River

and in the adjacent areas of the Indian Ocean coast.

Perth, Fremantle

I don't even know what to tell about Perth. Typical large city - CBD with skyscrapers, shopping arcades, parks

and port. Nothing special, memorable and distinguishing it from other cities.

Perth Beaches

Perth is famous for its beaches and the reason is understandable: Perth and its beaches are located on the west coast

Australia, and the sun here is hiding right in the ocean (in the Indian Ocean) - there is definitely something to see. In the evening

on the beach you can make yourself comfortable, taking with you a basket of goodies and right there at sunset under a leisurely

conversation to dine, admiring the beauty of the setting sun.

Perth and Queen's Park

Kings Park (or King's Park) is a favorite and very popular destination both for tourists and among

90,114 local residents of Perth. Kings Park is located in such a way that

Wonderful panoramic views of central Perth - its business city with tall buildings, as well as

Swan River (Swan River).

Perth Now. CHOGM.

From 28 to 30 October, our city will host a congress of heads of state united by the British flag - so

called CHOGM (Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting). Of course, Her Majesty Elizabeth II will also come. it

is a very significant event for the city, since CHOGM is held only once every two years and always in a new place, so

that the city is already very clean and beautiful, now it is simply beautiful.

Whiteman Park in Perth

Whiteman Park is located north of Perth Airport and covers an area of ​​4 thousand hectares. A park

is named after Lew Whiteman, who owned most of the park's land.

Perth and Fremantle

In planning this trip, I decided to fulfill my old dream - to drive through the whole of Australia along (i.e. from the west to

east) and across (i.e.i.e. from south to north). For the first part of my plan, I chose the Indian Pacific Express -

train that crosses the continent from west to east and in the opposite direction - from Perth through Adelaide to

Sydney.

A bit of May Perth

It so happened that this time we observed Perth mainly from above. We spent the first night at the hotel, which

is part of the Burswood casino complex.Waking up in the morning, we found in the windows of our room here

this kind.

Mandurah

At the weekend we went to the city of Mandurah, located an hour's drive from Perth. Late autumn is presented there bright

paints, but more green, of course. First of all, we went to the "Mini-village". We love everything

miniature ...

Farm Show

After close contact with kangaroos and other animals, Max really wanted to go to the show.He still loved this word

in the Bulgarian resort "Dunes" since last summer. And everyone was waiting for when they would dance, but there was no dancing 🙂

One Happy Australian Day

Yesterday we were in a place where you want to return again and again, where you do not want to leave at all, where you are happy

every minute. I really love places where animals can be petted, fed, played with ...

South Fremantle. Abandoned power plant

An abandoned power plant sits on the ocean in the South Fremantle area - a huge complex

work several decades ago. This is a unique facility for Australia. This is due to the fact that everything is old

objects are disassembled and destroyed, and this one is worth it.

Bookstore Trip, Perth

Today, some more pictures of downtown Perth. There is also a bookstore on the territory of the university, but I'm talking about that

didn’t know yet, so I went to the center.And I just had free time, I wanted to unwind, a little

take pictures. This is usually the case here, especially on weekends - what is the first bus that comes, this is what you go on,

because the next one might be in half an hour. Some go to the train station, some go straight to the center. In that

times the one that was immediately in the center was caught.

Curtin University of Technology

Curtin is located in a suburb of Perth called Bentley.You can get here by bus or train,

takes approximately 35 minutes. Buses in Perth do not stop everywhere. Signal to exit

to the driver by pressing a button. Stops are not announced, so you need to know roughly where you are going. It's easy because

that at each stop there is a bus schedule and a diagram of which route goes to.

Ride to the Beach Part 2

Last time we stopped at the entrance to the train station.Continuation today. All public transport in the city

is operated by one company. Because of this, when buying a bus, train or ferry ticket, with the same ticket for 2x

90,114 hours can be spent on any other train, bus or ferry in the city. The center and suburbs are divided into zones - by what

end up inside the first zone, so the ticket costs 2.

Beach Trip

Doing nothing and going to university got a little tired, and last Thursday I decided to finally get to one of the

numerous beaches located in the suburbs of Perth, Western Australia.It is worth starting with the fact that

90,114 normal people in Australia have cars. Therefore, in principle, you can go to any nearby beach. By

By and large, wherever there is a sea, there is a beach, except for marinas for boats and yachts. That is, there would be a car

to the coast could be reached in 20 minutes.

City cemetery and its inhabitants

Being in Australia and not seeing a kangaroo is like being in Paris and not seeing the Eiffel Tower.If

you are in Perth, the closest place to find these cute animals from the city center - urban

Pinaroo Valey Memorial Park Cemetery.

Fremantle

Fremantle is on the opposite side of the Swan River from Perth. You can get here by metro or bus.

Most famous sites: local old prison, Bon Scott's grave (AC / DC), history museum, maritime

museum and other attractions.This is a pretty pleasant and peaceful place to visit.

First day in Australia
& lt

The unusual Lake Hillier is located on the edge of the Middle Island, one of 105 islands in the Recherche archipelago along the southern coast of Western Australia. The width of this salty shallow lake is 600 meters. The peculiarity of the lake lies in the bright pink color of its water. It still remains a mystery why the waters of the lake acquired such a color.

This lake was discovered in 1802 by the British navigator Matthew Flinders. After that, the lake was used for some time for practical purposes: in the first half of the 19th century, whalers and seal hunters lived here, and at the beginning of the 20th century, salt was mined here. Salt mining ended after six years, and today only tourists visit the lake.

The amazingly beautiful lake is surrounded by a white strip of salt, and it is also bordered by greenery of various types of eucalyptus. The lake is separated from the ocean by white sand dunes.

Kings Park

Kings Park is located in downtown Perth, Australia, on the banks of the Swan River. This park, covering an area of ​​about four square kilometers, is the largest park within the city limits. The park was created in 1895. Two-thirds of the park's area is occupied by a carefully preserved Australian bush. The rest of the territory is occupied by green spaces and a botanical garden.

The Botanical Garden is located on an area of ​​eighteen hectares, and about two thousand species of flora of Western Australia grow here.Every fall, the garden hosts the Royal Park Festival, Australia's largest exhibition of wildflowers.

At the highest point of the park is the State War Memorial - a seventeen-meter stele and an eternal flame in memory of Australians who died in various wars. Also, many alleys of the park bear their names.

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Perth Airport

Perth International Airport serves Asia-Pacific flights, as well as regular flights outside the region to Johannesburg and Dubai.

The airport has three terminals. Two terminals for domestic airlines are located next to each other, 12 kilometers from the center of Perth, the third, international terminal, is located on the opposite side, 17 kilometers from the city center. The terminals are connected by an 11-kilometer highway.

Domestic terminals can be reached by public transport or taxi. Then by shuttle buses or taxis you can get to the international terminal. Shuttle buses can only be used upon presentation of a ticket.A ride on such atvobuses is paid.

Working hours: round the clock.

Situated in a picturesque location in the Royal Park, the Frasers restaurant is one of the best in the country. The modern complex of facilities of the institution has everything you need to organize a memorable romantic dinner, wedding or just a pleasant pastime.

The beautiful premises of the complex and the beautiful surroundings are the perfect match for excellent food and drink.Prepared by one of Australia's finest chefs using the finest ingredients, they complete a delightful visitor experience. Also worth mentioning is the nearby botanical garden, where you can relax with a cup of coffee and enjoy the beautiful views of the city and the river.

Belgium Beer Caf

Belgian Beer Café is a great place to enjoy European cuisine and a huge variety of Belgian beers. Due to its convenient location and quality service, the institution is very popular with visitors.

The cafe is decorated in the tradition of a typical Belgian bar from the 1930s. Facility's menu was also shaped under the influence of Belgian cuisine. Mussels are especially popular with visitors. The main feature of the bar is real Belgian beer, of which there are more than 100 varieties - light, dark, amber, wheat, fruit, ales and others. Among other features of the cafe, it is worth noting the high level of service and live music.

Perth Mint

The Perth Mint is the oldest mint in all of Australia, dating back to the late 19th century.There were three mints in Australia, but today only the Perth Mint operates.

The Perth Mint began its history at the end of the 19th century, when it was decided to create mints near gold mines and mines. Australia at that time was part of the British Empire and all mints were considered branches of the Royal London Mint. In 1896, statesman John Forrest began construction of the mint, and in 1899 it was inaugurated.It was the third and last open mint, after the factories in Melbourne and Sydney.

The Perth Mint has its own museum displaying models of the largest nuggets of gold ever found. Here you can see how gold bars are cast. And before the Sydney Olympics, it was this mint that cast medals for the winners. In 2011, the world's largest gold coin was cast here, 80 cm in diameter and weighing over a ton.

The most popular attractions in Perth with descriptions and photos for every taste.Choose the best places to visit the famous places of Perth on our website.

90,000 Ten Things You Only Find In Australia Malls, Check Out Some Of Them You Will Love- NewsAustralia.com

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1. An old newsstand, which they are trying to turn into a gift shop.

The paper substrate is dying out and can eat up the soil only if it is not transformed.

2. Australia Unique home goods store

It is more exquisite than the 2 RMB store where you can buy cheap plastic toys, artificial plants, Buddha statues, gift bags, etc.D.

3. Sushi Hub

The taste of this restaurant is really consistent.

4. Crowded Old Man Cafe

These seniors in Australia can sit all day. ... ...

5. Sell 手机 Set of counters

There are hundreds of different mobile phone cases out there, usually in the classic foldable wallet style that seems to be for moms.

6. Cigarette shop

It is too profitable to sell cigarettes in Australia.The shops are big and bright, so I'm not afraid to close.

7. It looks like a small stall with random plastic items.

These plastic products are really difficult to classify, I don’t know by what logic they deliver the goods, probably according to their mood?

8. There are several shops that are not working: Sussan, Millers, Katies or Noni B.

Or all of the above, but they all have the same vibe. Here middle-aged women can buy jewel-colored trousers, sweaters and distinctive scarves at affordable prices.

9. Jay Jay

Just jeans without JJ, give me a counterexample

10. Expensive health goods store.

At Chemistwarehouse, these stores are not competitive because their chocolate also sells for $ 10.

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Perhaps the only drawback of outdoor artificial plants is that they tend to fade when exposed to direct sunlight for extended periods of time.Artificial plants are made from a variety of materials such as plastic, silk, and polymer blends. Their colors can fade under the sun.
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Does this fade artificial flowers? Made from a variety of materials, including silk, plastic and polymer blends, many artificial plants are placed in direct sunlight where their color can fade. However, you can limit this fading by following a few simple steps at home.How to prevent fading of artificial flowers? Apply a couple of coats of WD-40 to wick away rain and rain and protect silk flowers from sunlight fading. ... After spraying with WD-40, silk flowers or greenery will remain beautiful and vibrant for a longer period of time as they are laid next to your loved one’s grave.
So how long do artificial plants last?
They are similar to our weather-resistant artificial plants, but are typically cultivated for 1.5 years or more * depending on the intensity of your climate and how many hours a day the plant will be in direct sunlight.Are artificial plants bad?
Fake plants are harmful to the environment In fact, made with dyes in large factories, they only exacerbate our growing problems with environmental pollution. When you throw these wilted flowers away, where do you think they go ... ding, ding, ding, dumps! The landfills are already overflowing.


Open center pruning is recommended for most stone fruit trees.The open center structure keeps the tree canopy open to light, which is essential for the development of quality fruit. For fruit trees, we think it is better to prune (even a small one) than not prune at all.
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Accordingly, what is open-center cropping? Open - Center pruning, sometimes referred to as vase pruning, is a form of shrub or tree pruning that increases the flow of air and sunlight towards the center of the plant while maintaining sufficient distance and sun exposure to the main and secondary branches of the frame. Also know when not to prune fruit trees? Wait until the tree is dormant before pulling out the curtains! This is best for the tree and easiest for you. When leaves are fallen, it is easier to see where to make cuts. As mentioned above, pruning should be done in late fall, winter, or early spring.
The question also arises when is the best time to prune peach trees?
When to Prune Peach Trees The best time to prune The peach tree grows in early spring, before the sap begins to flow.Pruning in early spring will reduce the likelihood of pest infestation.
How to train a peach tree?
Initial Fan Training Select a feathered tree. (plumage means lateral.) and remove the central leader in the spring by cutting to the tallest of the two lateral branches, one on either side of the plant. Train them on canes attached to cables, tilting the branches at about 45 degrees.


Orange Rocket Barberry, Berberis thunbergii 'Orange Rocket', is a striking focal point on any shrub curb. Its unusual vertical growth and evergreen foliage make it the perfect decoration for any garden. Bright coral-orange foliage gives way to red autumn in spring.
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Accordingly, how fast does the orange arugula barberry grow? Grows in a dense columnar shape up to 4-5 feet in height (120-150 cm) and 2-3 feet in width (60-90 cm). Works best in full sun or partial shade on medium to dry to medium well-drained soils.Requirements.
Hardiness 4–8 What's my zone? Spread 2 '- 3' (60cm - 90cm) Spacing 36 '(90cm) Water Requirements Low, Medium Maintenance Low Also know if the leaves keep barberry leaves in winter? Does barberry pick leaves in autumn and winter? Yes, but they are in no hurry to shed their leaves. The barberry has a beautiful autumn color and then the leaves persist until mid-winter. Their red fruits adorn the winter landscape.
Also, what is the height of the orange arugula barberry?
Orange Rocket Barberry is an interesting new barberry bush with wonderful orange-red leaves. It forms a shrub 4 or 5 feet tall and only 2 or 3 feet across, ideal size for a small garden or for group planting in a large one.
Is golden barberry evergreen?
The barberry species (Berberis spp.) Includes both evergreen and deciduous forms; deciduous varieties shed their leaves every year. All forms of barberry species have adapted well in USDA plant hardiness zones 8 through 10.


Japanese maples work well in the shade.Like any plant, they have their limits. But, along with dogwood and red buds, they tend to be happy under the canopy of large trees, on the north side of the house or under a gazebo, and do not require much maintenance.
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Similarly, the question is which Japanese maple is best for shade? Maples with amazing spring coloration or variegation are great Japanese maples for shade. Hue often lengthens the duration of the spring color show or brightens the variegation. How to shade Japanese maple? This filtered or spotted shade is perfect for Japanese maples. TIP 1 In the southern states, red-leaved Japanese maples prefer late afternoon and evening spotted shade, although four to six hours of direct morning sunlight is beneficial to retain the red pigment on the leaves.
Subsequently, one may also ask how much sunlight do Japanese maples need?
Spotted or Daytime Hue - Mature Japanese maple thrives in full sun everywhere but the southernmost parts of its hardiness range, but it is also happy.with a little more shade. It does require some kind of sun for the best foliage color, but the amount you give it can vary greatly.
Will Japanese Maple Grow in Full Sunshine?
While some may tolerate full sun, Japanese maples prefer a spotted or midday shade, especially at a young age. However, shade has its limits - they need sun for better foliage color and to create a looser and more open structure that they are valued for.Strong wind protection.


A general rule of thumb for dead hybrid teas is to find the top set of five leaves and then cut the stem underneath, from the second set of five leaves. But you won't damage the rose if you cut it above or below this value. In late summer - early fall, you can also simply cut the flower itself.
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Then how do you chop off the rose bush? The method I prefer to use for pruning roses is to trim the old flowers to the first 5 joining the leaf with the cane at a slight angle, leaving about 3/16 to 1/4 inch above this joint.The amount of cane left over the 5-leaf junction helps support new growth and future flowers.
Also know how to prune a rose bush after it has faded? Traditional method: Trim to a five-leafed leaf by cutting at an angle just above the leaf facing outward. It is easy if the rose gives them and some do not. In this case, try the next method. To stimulate fewer but larger flowers and stronger stems: cut the stem below the bush.Then is it worth cutting dead flowers from rose bushes?
Clipping is the act of cutting off old flowers to encourage new ones. While roses will certainly bloom again if you don't kill yourself, they will indeed bloom faster if you do. I usually just rip off old buds when they run out, or do a little cleaning and reshape the bush when I'm dead heading.
What Does Epsom Salt Do for Roses?
After a hard day of weeding, a good long stay in the Epsom bath - the salt soothes aching muscles.But did you know that Epsom salts also help roses? Epsom salts are composed of magnesium sulfate. Both magnesium and sulfur are found in garden soil; they are important secondary plant nutrients.


Space required for Annabelle hydrangea. The hydrangea 'Annabelle' (Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle') has round flower heads, consisting of clusters of white flowers. Each flower head can grow up to 12 inches in diameter.This shrub grows 3 to 5 feet high and 3 to 6 feet wide.
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Also, how fast does Annabelle's hydrangea grow? Annabelle produces white flowers up to 12 inches in diameter and blooms every year even after severe pruning or extreme cold weather. winter. Huge white flowers appear in early and late summer, and Annabelle will grow to about 3-4 feet in height.
The next question is, how do you care for Annabelle hydrangeas? 'Annabelle' does not tolerate drought and grows best in rich, moist, well-drained soil.In hot weather, it needs to be watered regularly for good growth and flowering, especially in a sunny location where the shrub may need to be watered daily. Water Annabelle when the soil surface is dry.
Also need to know if Annabelle hydrangeas can grow in the shade?
Annabelle grows easily in medium, well-drained soil and partly in shade. It can also grow in full sun, as long as it is not exposed to drought, and in sufficiently deep shade, although it does not bloom as abundantly there.Best of all, unlike many other hydrangeas, Annabelle blooms on young wood.
When should I prune Annabelle hydrangea?
This natural variety thrives in USDA plant hardiness zones 4 through 9, and should be pruned in the fall if at all possible.
Prune the Annabelle hydrangea lightly after the flowers have faded in early fall. Prune damaged wood in the fall just after the leaves fall.


The roots of the plants will help hold the soil.Choose a suitable spot for your garden. Dig a trench 12 "wide and 6" deep around the perimeter. Place stones around the perimeter of the bed so that they touch. Loosen the soil at the bottom of the bed so the roots can penetrate.
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Similarly, you may ask how to build a stone flower bed on a hillside? How to align the edge of a flower bed on a slope
Dig the slope to create a trench around where the flower bed will be located.Backfill and level the trench with 4-inch gravel.

  • Lay a row of paving stones with their longest side along the flat surface of the gravel so that they are close to each other. Similarly, how do you build a raised bed around a tree?
    Set up a raised bed. A common mistake is to build a bed around the trunk of a tree and fill it with soil and mulch, thus raising the soil level around the trunk. Till the soil to a minimum. Imagine the root system of a tree under the soil.Water the garden bed. Choose compatible plants. From this, how to build a stone wall for a flower bed?
    Make a trench and backfill with gravel
    Mark the bed by running a garden hose around the perimeter. Pour flour or sand over the hose and remove the hose. Dig a trench 2 inches wider than rocks or concrete blocks and 3 inches deep. Fill it with 2 inches of gravel and tamp it by hand. How to build a retaining wall step by step?
    Follow these steps to properly install the retaining wall.Dig a flat-bottomed trench wide enough to accommodate the base stones. Compact the bottom of the trench with a hand rammer. Tuck the landscaping fabric into the trench. Start the second layer of the wall using a stepped pattern. Make sure the wall is flat.


    You can use wood chips instead of cardboard in your walkways if you have a convenient source of wood chips. Pruning companies often provide them to you for free.Gravel also works by will for the tracks. It allows water to seep in and prevents erosion and shreds weeds as you walk on it.
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    What should I put around the raised beds? A couple of layers of plastic wrap and then 3-4 inches of driveway gravel will probably help. Organic matter and water in the paths (torn mulch and runoff from the garden beds) will likely provide your weeds with an ideal place to grow.
    What do you put between the rows of the garden? Loose organic mulch with low nutrient content, such as hard and soft wood chips, sawdust, straw, dead leaves, wood chips and bark shreds, are suitable for spreading between row vegetables.Apply a layer of mulch 2 to 5 inches thick on bare soil or on top of other weed control material.
    With this in mind, should you put your landscape fabric under your raised bed?
    They will compete for water and nutrients with the plants you want to plant in your garden. the landscape fabric will help keep them out, but some roots can still get through. The depth of the soil in the raised bed should prevent weed seeds from germinating in the existing soil beneath.Should I put stones at the bottom of my garden?
    Because many plants require a well-draining soil, placing stones at the bottom of a raised bed to create additional drainage space under the soil is unacceptable. a reasonable step. Unlike soil, stones do not break down or compact over time.


    Using alfalfa mulch. Although alfalfa hay produces an excellent mulch, it is considered a premium mulch and can be more expensive than other types of mulch.... However, you can find it for a good price at the farm's store. Mulch can retain moisture, which promotes rotting, and can attract rodents to the garden.
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    Likewise, what is the best mulch for Perth gardens? Wood and bark mulch are the most common types of mulch used in Perth landscaping. When looking for the right wood-based or bark-based mulch for your garden, be sure to choose a medium to large mulch that will not absorb water, but will allow it to reach the root zone of the plants.where you need it most.
    Secondly, which is the best mulch for mulching - straw or hay? Straw is a bare stem left over from harvesting a nutritious seed head such as barley or wheat. If your goal is simply to cover the soil, as for paths, then straw is fine. If your goal is to enrich the soil, then nutritious hay is much better.
    People also ask what types of mulch should I use?
    There are two main types of mulch: organic and inorganic.Organic mulch includes previously living materials such as shredded leaves, straw, grass cuttings, compost, wood chips, shredded bark, sawdust, pine needles and even paper. Inorganic mulch includes black plastic and geotextiles (landscape fabrics).
    Will the mulch break?
    Within 3 years, it will completely decompose and provide the soil with excellent nutrients. Treated wood chips will take longer, about 4 years, to break completely, with decomposition starting about 2 years after laying the mulch....


    Pruning young oak trees. Prune young oak trees in mid to late winter or January to March. Pruning your tree during the winter months allows it to take care of its wounds in the spring when it heals faster. Limit pruning to only dead or broken branches from newly planted trees.
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    Likewise, they ask whether it is possible to prune oaks in the summer? If possible, you should not prune oak trees at all during the summer to reduce the chances of oak wilting, which is a potentially fatal disease.If you need to prune (usually for safety reasons), paint over the pruning to make it less attractive to wilted oak beetles.
    Also, how do you prune a large pinned oak? Plan your pruning ahead of time to avoid accidental pruning. Trim dead or dying foliage or wood, especially on the lower branches of the pinewood that tend to die off. Cut off the branches that grow on top of each other or rub, and cut off the faded flowers.Cut from the base of the limb flush with the main branch.
    If you keep that in sight, would the oak pruning kill him?
    However, in order for him to remain healthy and strong, you need to work hard. Hence, oak pruning should be done from time to time. However, incorrect pruning can kill your oak tree instead.
    When is the best time to prune oak trees?
    Oak (Quercus) is a tall tree that grows in plant hardiness zones 3 to 10, depending on cultivar, USDA.... The best time to prune all varieties of oak is during the dormant winter months to reduce the risk of pests or diseases entering through open wounds.


    It is rich in nitrogen, so pea straw mulch is ideal for poor soils. Pea straw is usually sold in bales and is easy to handle and transport. Sugarcane mulch is made from dried leaves and tops of sugarcane and sold in bales. It is cheaper than other mulches, easier to handle, and more affordable.
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    Similarly, the question is asked what type of mulch is best? ORGANIC MULCH: Hardwood chips, nuggets, or bark work best around trees, shrubs, and perennial beds, while softwood (usually pine) should be used for use around large trees and shrubs. Pine is generally slightly more acidic and therefore takes longer to decompose than other organic mulches.Also, does sugarcane mulch help fight weeds? Prevents Weed Growth Another advantage of using sugarcane mulch is that applying a thick layer of mulch will prevent weed seeds from entering the soil below them. Likewise, any weeds that have already been in the soil will not be able to grow as the mulch blocks the sunlight they need to grow.
    So what is pea straw good for?
    Pea straw is ideal for use as a mulch layer around intensively feeding fruit and vegetable plants, where it can help prevent weed entrapment and competition for nutrients and moisture in the soil. Pea straw can be buried in garden soil to improve structure and moisture retention.
    How long does it take for a pea straw to break down?
    pea straw eventually breaks down, enriching the soil with organic matter. Since this process can take a couple of seasons, we found that we only need to mulch every two years, which essentially halves the cost. This year we have crossed 60 bales, which is about 8 square meters of a bale.


    If you build a barn within two meters of the border of your site, it can only be up to 2.5 meters high. When combined with other outbuildings and outbuildings, your barn shouldn't cover more than 50 percent of the land around your original home. Awnings should not be built in front of walls in front of the front of your home.
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    Due to this, what is the maximum size of a barn without a building permit? If your barn is less than 2m from the border of your property, the entire building should not be higher than 2. 5m in height.To avoid planning permission, awnings should be single storey with a maximum eaves height for flat roofs, 4 m for a gable roof, or 3 m otherwise.
    Also, what size canopy requires board approval? You are not allowed by the council for a canopy of 10 square meters or less. In other areas, the most significant size is 9 square meters, while in others it reaches 20 square meters. In many areas, awnings below 2.4 meters do not require board approval.Is it possible to put a shed in the front garden?
    Garden sheds, greenhouses and other buildings A building permit is not required provided that: No part of the barn / greenhouse / building is in front of the main or side facade of the original house facing the road.
    Can I build a barn next to the Neighbors fence?
    Attaching your barn directly to a garden fence keeps the barn room from breathing and is an invitation to dampness. Do not use the side of the barn as a spare side of the fence.Your current neighbor may not have a problem with this; your future neighbor may well be able to handle it.


    Grows rapidly to 2030 feet high and 15 feet wide. Narrow, light green leaves 6 inches long. Bright red racemes 4 to 8 inches long from late spring to summer; diffused bloom during the rest of the year. Not for windy and dry places.
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    How fast does a bottle brush tree grow? Your bottle brush tree will grow rather slowly, but you should still choose a planting with sufficient headroom.Most varieties reach 6 to 15 feet in height, but small varieties such as the dwarf bottle brush (Callistemon citrinus 'Little John') only grow to a miniature 3 feet in height. height.
    How do bottle plants grow? Outdoors, plant the bottlebrush with bushes in a sunny location. Plants are not picky about soil type if it is well drained. If the soil is very poor, add compost at the time of planting. Once rooted, bottle brush plants will tolerate drought and mild salt spray.Just like that, is callistemon growing fast?
    viminalis 'Prolific' is a small, fast-growing tree 4-6 m high and 4 m wide with large red racemes. viminalis 'Wild River' is a semi-weeping form from North Queensland 4 m high by 2 m wide with shiny red racemes. Callistemon is easily propagated by seeds, which, when dried, easily fall out of ripe fruit pods.
    How often should plants be cleaned for water bottles?
    How to Water and Fertilize Bottle Shrub
    Water the bottle tree every day for the first week after planting.Reduce watering rate to two or three times a week for two to four weeks after the first week. Stop watering regularly after the initial planting process.


    Garden sheds, greenhouses and other buildings A building permit is not required provided that: The land area covered by the shed / greenhouse / building and any other buildings within the property's boundaries, excluding the original home, is no more than half of the total area of ​​the property.Click to see full answer

    What is the maximum barn size here without a building permit? If your barn is less than 2m from the border of your property, the entire building should not be higher than 2. 5m in height. To avoid planning permission, awnings should be single storey with a maximum eaves height for flat roofs, 4 m for a gable roof, or 3 m otherwise.
    Also, what size canopy requires board approval? You are not allowed by the council for a canopy of 10 square meters or less.In other areas, the most significant size is 9 square meters, while in others it reaches 20 square meters. In many areas, awnings below 2.4 meters do not require board approval.
    With this in mind, how big can a summer home be without a building permit?
    You can build a summer house, which in the permitted building legislation is called an outbuilding, with a gable roof up to four meters high. it is no more than 2.5 meters to the cornice or 2.5 meters with a flat roof, without a building permit.Do you need a building permit to turn a garage into a room?
    A building permit is usually not required to convert your garage into additional living space for your home, as long as the work is internal and not related to building expansion. A condition attached to a building permit may also require the garage to remain a parking space.


    Bricks and paving stones cost between $ 8 and $ 25 per square foot to buy and install.For brick, you'll spend roughly $ 300 to $ 700 for a pallet that covers 56 square feet.
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    Also, how many paving stones are in the pallet? Paving stone rating (using any stone shape): For Holland (traditional brick shape) # would be 4.6 stones per square foot. There are 486 stones per pallet. For Stratford & Heritage Rectangle, there will be 3.6 stones per square foot. There are 270 stones in the pallet.
    Next, the question arises, how much does a pallet of paving slabs cost in South Africa? Pavers with double paving stones, 50 mm
    Price / 1000 Price / 1000 Gray R 2 800.00 R 3 035.00 Price per m² R 140.0 R 151.75 Color R 2 940.00 R 3 175.00 Price per m² R 147.00 R 158.75 Also do you know how much a pallet with brick pavers weighs?
    WEIGHT PER CUBE (lbs) 2 816 (pallet incl. ) 2 816 (pallet incl.) 2200 3010 (pallet incl.) 3010 (pallet incl.)
    How much does a 12x12 paving stone patio cost?
    Choice of materials
    Material Price per square foot Total cost Concrete US $ 6–17 US $ 864–2448 Brick US $ 8–12 US $ 1.152–1728 Pavers US $ 10–25 US $ 1.440–3600

    Flagstone US $ 15-30 2160- USD 4320


    City of Perth

    Perth city

    Perth is the city called "the pearl of Australia", it is the largest settlement in the western part of the mainland, the city of black swans and unforgettable ocean sunsets.

    Between it and other metropolitan areas is a huge barren desert, which allows Perth to be called the capital of the western region. The important position of the fourth largest city in the country is confirmed by the fact that Perth is the capital of Western Australia - the largest state in the country, occupying a third of the continent.

    At the end of the seventeenth century, the Dutch landed at the mouth of the river and surveyed the area. They were impressed by the beautiful black swans on the river, after which they named the river Swan River.But in general, the area did not seem hospitable to them, the Dutch captain William D'Vlaming described it as not suitable for agriculture, and they sailed on.

    For another one hundred and thirty years, the region was destined to remain at the disposal of local aborigines - the Nungars. Only at the beginning of the nineteenth century, the area began to be settled by Europeans. At the time, the British were the undisputed masters of the eastern part of Australia, and they were worried that the western part remained undeveloped.They feared that the French would be ahead of them, so in 1839 a settlement finally emerged at the mouth of the Swan River.

    Thus, England became the sovereign owner of the entire continent (which was then still preferred to be called an island) and secured itself against the claims of other colonial countries. At first, things were not going well, no one wanted to live in this inhospitable place. Even the convicts had to be moved in, so that the existence of the colony did not end immediately after its emergence.

    The situation changed radically after a couple of decades, when gold was found on the continent, and in the area of ​​the colony in particular.The influx of a hunter for a precious metal provided the city with residents, an increased demand for housing, tools gave an impetus to the development of industry. Gradually, from a provincial settlement, Perth grew into a prosperous and beautiful city.

    The second leap in development and growth began in the middle of the twentieth century, when new deposits of gold were found nearby. Perth is the world center for the extraction and processing of this precious metal; it constantly competes with Yakutia for the title of the world leader in diamond mining.At 91,174 Perth, , per capita has the largest number of millionaires of any metropolitan area in the country. This allowed Perth to overtake Adelaide in size and move from fifth to fourth.

    Like other cities in the country, Perth is characterized by a large number of immigrants. For a long time, the city was the first where ships with immigrants from Europe fell. Now almost every tenth inhabitant of the city was born in Great Britain, together with other peoples, they make up about a quarter of the city's population.Since a significant part of the state is occupied by deserts, the city is home to three quarters of the state's population, which is an indicator of the highly centralized finances, resources, and other things.

    Unlike much of the state, Perth has a temperate, Mediterranean climate.

    And although there is not a lot of precipitation here, but their amount is sufficient to ensure the flowering of greenery. In summer it is quite hot here, sometimes the temperature reaches 40 degrees, in winter it is cooler, but frosts here are an extremely rare anomaly.

    The number of hours of sunshine per year makes other Australians call the people of Perth lucky, because the weather is almost constantly here.

    The temperature largely depends on where the wind is blowing from. The air from the mainland brings heat and dryness, from the sea it brings coolness and moisture. Due to its location on the west coast, Perth offers an amazing sight - every evening the sun plunges into the waters of the Indian Ocean.

    on the beaches of the city, you can see barbecue installations, which everyone can use absolutely free of charge.Geographically, the city is much closer to Jakarta or East Timor than to Sydney and Melbourne y, which leaves its characteristic imprint on the appearance and characteristics of the city.

    The black swan has become a real symbol of the city and the state; there is a special attitude towards these birds. You can see their image on the coat of arms and the flag of the state, there are sculptures in the city park, and live birds are regularly found on the river and other bodies of water.

    but swans are not the only living things worth seeing.

    The state is home to about 15 species that are no longer found anywhere in the world. In particular, endangered koalas live in a unique reserve on 14 hectares of land. In Kounu Koala Park, you can not only observe these cute animals, but also take pictures with them or simply hold them in your arms. In the very center of the city, there is the amazing King Park, where rare plants can be found.

    Near the town there is a unique forest with ancient, century-old Curry trees.And in the north, not far from the city, there is a unique stone forest built by termites.

    A large area covered with sand, from which tall and stately stones stick out like bizarre statues. This picture can be mistaken for a piece of the landscape of another planet or the scenery for a fantastic movie.

    And since we are talking about stones, we should remember another real miracle of nature, located not far from the city of Perth.

    The name "Wave Rock" fully describes the essence of the phenomenon.It may seem that this is an artificial sculpture - a giant wave 15 meters high, frozen in stone. But such splendor arose as a result of natural processes and a person can only be amazed at its beauty. The Mediterranean climate is conducive to the flourishing of grapes and there is a large wine-growing region near Perth.

    The city itself also has something to see.

    In particular, the large glass tower, which houses the museum of bells, deserves attention.Here you can look at various bells, some of them were cast in the 14th century and donated to the city on the 200th anniversary of Australia, enjoy their ringing, while being amazed at the amazing beauty of the glass floors and walls of the building. You can also visit the Museum of Western Australia, which also has a lot of interesting things.

    An unpleasant feature of the city, which causes problems for those wishing to settle in the city, is the high cost of real estate in Perth. According to this indicator, the city is second only to Sydney and Melbourne.But this situation has a completely objective and rational reason - the development of the city is proceeding at a tremendous pace, the thriving industry of the region requires a huge number of workers, which creates a shortage of housing.

    Another feature of the state compared to the rest of the federation is that the inhabitants of Western Australia are extremely reluctant to identify themselves with other residents of the country, here, like nowhere else, separatist sentiments are strong, the state constantly dreams of disconnection.

    In particular, in 1933, after a referendum, the state sent delegates to London in order to persuade Britain to accept the state into the empire.However, the British chose not to interfere.

    90,000 ✈️ Australia travel: Perth

    Perth is one of the major cities on the Australian continent. The state capital of Western Australia is located in the southwestern part of the mainland on the shores of the Indian Ocean. Perth is a famous tourist route that attracts travelers from all over the world. This city attracts guests with ancient buildings, cozy beaches and natural beauty.

    Western Australian Museum

    The Museum of Western Australia is the heart of the Perth Cultural Center, with an estimated $ 4.5 million.exhibits. The museum was founded in 1891. Currently, its exposition acquaints guests with the history of Western Australia, aboriginal culture, nature and, not surprisingly, space - there is a meteorite weighing eleven tons. Another interesting item in the museum is the skeleton of a blue whale. The museum's archaeological collection is one of the largest in the southern hemisphere.

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    Until 1971, the museum was housed in the old prison of Perth and was called the Geological Museum.In 1892, ethnological and biological collections were added to the geological collections, and in 1897 the museum was officially renamed the Museum and Art Gallery of Western Australia. In the second half of the 20th century, the botanical collections were moved to the new Herbarium, and the museum and art gallery were separated. The museum has thrown its efforts into collecting objects of anthropology, history, archeology and natural sciences. At the end of the 20th century, exhibits related to the history and culture of the Aboriginal people began to appear here, as well as the wreckage of wrecked ships.The old Perth prison building is now part of the museum complex, as one of the oldest surviving buildings in Western Australia.

    Among the museum's permanent exhibits is the Land and People of Western Australia exhibition, which showcases the history of this land from the dinosaurs and Aboriginal times to today's environmental problems. You can learn more about the history of dinosaurs at the thematic exhibition, where there are parts of the skeletons of prehistoric dinosaurs. The exhibition "Katta Jinung" introduces the history and culture of the Aboriginal people of Western Australia.The Dampier Marine Gallery talks about the biodiversity of the waters of the Dampier archipelago. In the galleries of Mammals, Birds and Butterflies, exhibits of amazing nature are presented. For children and adults, the museum operates the Discovery Center, which introduces the museum's collections in an interactive manner.

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    Also, the Museum of Western Australia conducts a number of research programs in the field of anthropology, archeology, marine zoology, nature conservation.

    Art Gallery of Western Australia

    The Art Gallery of Western Australia is part of the Perth Cultural Center.It is adjacent to the Western Australian Museum and the State Library. The modern building of the gallery opened in 1979. The gallery's collection numbers over 15.5 thousand works of art, which annually come to enjoy up to four hundred thousand people.

    Previously, the gallery was housed together with the museum and the library in the Jubili Building, which was built at the end of the 19th century. And the management occupied premises in the former Police Quarter. In 1977, during the boom in the mining industry, the main gallery building was built.In those years, the authorities of Western Australia spent a lot of money on the development of culture, and on the eve of the 150th anniversary of the founding of Australia, in 1979, they allocated funds for the construction of the library.

    Art Gallery of Western Australia

    The building of the Art Gallery was made in a brutal style, known at that time in European design. The gallery's first collection was eclectic: it featured works by Indian and Asian artists, works by Australians of European descent and copies of English art.Contemporary exhibits include works of traditional and contemporary Aboriginal art from the Northern Territories and Western Australia, and Australian works from the 1820s and 1960s. Each year, Year 12 Perspectives showcases the work of art students - paintings, digital art, sculpture and design.

    Bell Tower of Perth

    The Belfry of Perth is a true symbol of the capital of Western Australia and one of the most beautiful places in the city.The name of the bell tower, which is located on the pier on Barrack Street in the heart of Perth, translates as "Swan Tower".

    The high pointed tower, built in 1999-2001, is 82.5 meters high and resembles two huge sails in shape. Inside there are 18 bells, most of which have a long history, they were brought from London. There is evidence that they were made in the 14th century. The ringing of these bells celebrated many historical events, such as the victory of England over the Spanish Armada in 1588, the return of Captain Cook from his voyage around the world in 1771, and others.In 1988, these bells appeared in Perth to celebrate Australia's bicentennial.

    The Bell Tower

    The bell tower houses a collection of antique clocks, optical instruments and bells, including rare Asian ones, which tells how people kept time before the digital age. Here you can also watch a film about the construction of the bell tower and its history, listen to the amazing ringing and at the same time see the bell ringers thanks to the audiovisual system that broadcasts pictures from different floors of the tower on nine screens.In the evening, one of the main attractions of Perth is illuminated in different shades by a new lighting system.

    The bell tower is surrounded by a mosaic path lined with ceramic tiles. The tiles were made in Western Australian schools and are laid out alphabetically by the name of the school. Students of the 1999 school wrote their names on each tile.

    Perth Zoo

    Perth Zoo was established in 1898 on an area of ​​17 hectares. The idea for its creation a few years earlier came from the Acclimatization Committee of Western Australia, which was planning to introduce European animals on the new mainland.Already in 1987, bear caves, aviaries for various mammals, a monkey house and pens for guinea pigs were made. The zoo's first animals were two monkeys, an orangutan, a tiger, a pair of lions and four South American ostriches.

    Perth Zoo - Monkeys

    During the first year of its operation, the zoo was visited by more than 53 thousand people, and in its entire history it has never been closed. Now the zoo has over a thousand animals. There is also a rich botanical collection. The zoo's first floristic displays included lupines, roses, palms and tropical plants.In addition, those palms that were planted more than a century ago still grow in the zoo - these are 60 species, including the rare palms of the Canary Islands. It also grows crops that are used for animal feed.

    The zoo is divided into three main areas: the Asian Rainforest, Australia Walk and the African Savannah with small additional exhibits such as the Lesser Primates or Birds of South America. All zones provide natural habitat for animals.

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    The Australian zone is comprised of exhibits that introduce the inhabitants of wetlands and scrublands, nocturnal animals and reptiles. Here you can see black-necked storks, black swans, cormorants, Australian brolga cranes, speckled ducks and other birds, as well as crocodiles, frogs and turtles. In this area there is a pool with a volume of 50 thousand liters of water, in which penguins and brown-winged terns live. Representatives of the Australian bushland are emu, quokka, koalas, red kangaroos, echidnas, wallabies, wombats and Tasmanian devils.A separate exposition is dedicated to the Australian animal nambatu - an endangered marsupial anteater.

    Cheetahs, lions, Grant's zebras, Rothschild giraffes, baboons, ray turtles, hyenas, meerkats and rhinos can be seen in closed cages on the African savannah. Visitors look at the animals, walking along the trail, which is made in the form of a bed of a dried-up river.

    Perth Zoo.

    The Asian Rainforest is home to endangered Asian animals.It is home to Asian elephants, eastern clawless otters, Nepalese red pandas, tigers, Sumatran orangutans, gibbons and sloth bears. The Perth Zoo spends funds to protect many of these species in the wild. The Sumatran Orangutan breeding program is the most successful in the world.

    Other conservation projects at the zoo include breeding programs for white rhinos, Rothschild giraffes and Sumatran tigers. Australian animal species that participate in the programs are also released into the wild.

    Western Australia Aquarium

    The Western Australian Aquarium is located near the city center in Hillarys Boat. The history of its appearance is quite interesting: in the 1970s, entrepreneur Morris Kahn, together with his son, was engaged in diving in the Red Sea. At some point, the boy began to quickly float to the top and his father, to help him overcome decompression sickness, swam abruptly after him and eventually damaged his eardrums. Maurice Kahn spent the rest of his vacation on land, where he thought about how to move the underwater life of the oceans to the shore, so that everyone who, for one reason or another, is not able to dive, could watch it.This is how the idea of ​​creating an entertainment park "Coral World" arose, branches of which began to function in many countries of the world.

    Aquarium of Western Australia

    In 1991, Maurice Kahn bought the Underwater World Park in Perth to replace it with a large aquarium similar to its natural habitat. The goal of his idea was to make people feel like they are at the bottom of the ocean. It should be noted that Kahn's company has turned out - now "Coral World International" is a recognized authority in the field of organizing complex marine ecosystems and growing corals in artificial conditions.

    In 2001, Underwater World changed its name to Western Australia Aquarium. Today it is possible to learn about the diversity and splendor of the marine life of the coastline of Western Australia. The exposition is divided into five sections that recreate different ecosystems: the Perth Coast, the Great South Coast, the High North, the Shipwreck Coast and the Marmion Marine Park.

    The Perth Coast is home to unique ancient reefs and sandy coves where cuttlefish and jellyfish scurry among vibrant living corals.Octopuses, seahorses, lobsters and other inhabitants of Perth's coastal waters can also be seen. The Great South Coast invites guests to dive into the depths of the cold Southern Ocean to find there sea dragons, corals that shimmer with all colors, and ball fish and devil fish.

    Clown Fish

    In the zone of the Far North, tourists are offered to discover one of the remote places of the world, where dangerous marine animals live - clown fish, blue spiky stingray, crocodiles and stone fish.On the Shipwreck Coast, you can watch the inhabitants of the warm waters of the Indian Ocean - stingrays, sharks, turtles, admire various representatives of marine fauna and limestone reefs. In the Marmion Marine Park, it is allowed to swim in the pool with some marine animals, visit Stingray Bay and relax in the coral lagoon. During its existence, the aquarium has been visited by over 5 million people.

    Perth is a real paradise for those who want a great break from working days on a gorgeous beach.Those who plan to visit Australia and want to combine a beach holiday with visiting various interesting sights should choose this particular place. Everyone who has ever been to Perth dreams of coming back here again. The beauty of Western Australia stays in the heart of every tourist for a long time.

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    • צמח חד שנתי 2 - 1.3 ₪
    • צמח רב שנתי 4.5 - 2 ₪
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    • עץ זית בוגר - 2-3 צול 350 - 150 ₪
    • דקל קוקוס 200 - 90 ₪
    • עץ פרי בוגר - מיכל 50 ליטר 400 - 200 ₪
    • עץ בונסאי קטן 50 - 25 ₪
    • עץ בונסאי בינוני 70 - 50 ₪
    • עץ בונסאי גדול 170 - 80 ₪
    • דקל ציקס 150 - 60 ₪
    • עץ יהושע 50 - 40 ₪
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    • דשן אורגני 40 - 15 ₪
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    • דשן מוצק 50 - 20 ₪
    • חומר לטיפול במחלות ומזיקים 80 - 35 ₪
    • תערובת שתילה - 30 ליטר 30 - 15 ₪
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    • אדנית פלסטיק - 40 ס"מ 20 - 14 ₪
    • אדנית פלסטיק - 60 ס"מ 40 - 19 ₪
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    • כלי חפירה קטן 30 - 15 ₪
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