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The capital of the state of Western Australia, Perth is also the country’s fourth most populated city with close to 2 million people living in the city and the surrounding metropolitan area.
Once a sleepy backwater, Perth has grown in size and status and in 2012 was listed as 9th in the Economist’s world’s most liveable cities. The city is now the setting for a wide variety of important cultural events, which range from opera to ballet to avant-garde shows. As a result of its many at-tractions, Perth is now one of Australia’s premier destinations for workers, students and tourists from the four corners of the globe
The city is connected to the world by an international airport and the rest of this vast continent by an extensive road and rail system. Public transport within Perth itself is provided by a comprehen-sive travel network which includes bus, train and ferry.
The majority of people looking for room share are professionals who focus on areas such as City Beach, Duncraig and Waikiki or if their salary permits – share accommodation in Melville. Perth’s student population tend to converge on the areas which offer restaurants, cafes and nightlife such as Westminster, Victoria Park and St James.