Perth is the fourth-largest city in Australia, with a population of approximately 1.9 million people (2012). Located in the south west of the state, it is Western Australia’s largest city and also Western Australia’s capital.
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To Perth’s west is the Indian Ocean; to its east, vast stretches of desert. Together, these factors make Perth one of the world’s most isolated cities, with the nearest 100,000+ population city, Adelaide, being over 2,000 kilometres away.
Perth has a Mediterranean climate, with around 108 rainy days per year. Its highest recorded temperature is 46 degrees Celsius and its lowest recorded is -1 degrees Celsius. Throughout the year, its average high is 25 degrees Celsius and its average low is 13 degrees Celsius.
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