The suburb of Inglewood is an established inner suburb approximately 5 kilometres north east of the Perth CBD. The suburb was apparently named after the Norwegian barque Inglewood which voyaged to Fremantle, Western Australia during the 1890s.

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Claisebrook Cove East Perth

The Claisebrook Cove in the East Perth precinct is a vibrant inner city area about a 15 minute walk from the Perth CBD, and is a very popular place for recreational activities and dining out.

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Jacarandas in Perth

Jacarandas in Full Bloom

Many of the older suburbs in Perth have their streets lined with lovely Jacaranda trees. Their trademark purple blossoms are a feast to the eye each spring as they herald the beginning of a season and continue on into summer with scorching century heat temperatures. As the end of the season nears, the Jacarandas create a lovely carpet of purple blossoms on the ground.

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Glorious Sun, Surf and Food at Cottesloe Beach


The suburb of Cottesloe is a wealthy one in the western suburbs of Perth, bordered by the Indian Ocean coast on one side and a main road, Stirling Highway, on the other. But the particularly nice thing about Cottesloe is although it's home to many of the wealthier inhabitants of Perth, it's still a place where all locals and visitors alike can go for a casual and relaxed day out. By far the most famous part of Cottesloe is Cottesloe Beach.

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