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Australia’s sunniest capital city

Choose from 102 pictures in our Metropolitan Views collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Perth City Night Skyline Reflected in the Swan River Featured Metropolitan Views Print

Perth City Night Skyline Reflected in the Swan River

Perth City night skyline reflection in Swan river

143950451, Architecture, Australia, Building Exterior, Capital Cities, City, City Life, Color Image, Horizontal, Illuminated, Night, No People, Outdoors, Perth Australia, Photography, Red, Reflection, Scenics, Skyscraper, Swan River, Symmetry, Travel Destinations, Urban Skyline, Western Australia

Blood Sunset over Crawley Edge Boat Shed Featured Metropolitan Views Print

Blood Sunset over Crawley Edge Boat Shed

The Crawley Edge Boatshed is a well-recognised and frequently photographed site on the Swan River, Crawley, Perth. Thought to have been originally constructed in the early 1930s, it has changed hands several times. After being refurbished it was re-launched by triple solo-circumnavigator of the world, Jon Sanders, and single solo-circumnavigator David Dicks in 2004

St Marys Cathedral, Perth, Western Australia Featured Metropolitan Views Print

St Marys Cathedral, Perth, Western Australia

St Marys Cathedral, Perth, officially the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary, is the cathedral church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Perth, and seat of its Archbishop, currently Timothy Costelloe. The cathedral is at the centre of Victoria Square, on the northern end of Victoria Avenue, Perth, Western Australia. The cathedral as it now stands was constructed in three main phases, with the first phase completed in 1865. Plans were drawn up for the replacement of the cathedral in the 1920s with a larger Perpendicular Gothic edifice. However, construction was interrupted by the onset of the Great Depression, leaving a new transept and sanctuary, with the aisle of the original cathedral as its nave. After 70 years incomplete, and portions of the cathedral requiring extensive repair work, funds were eventually raised in the late 1990s and early 2000s for the completion of the expansion. A new curved design for the expansion was created, and featured a second spire and underground parish centre. The cathedral closed for construction in 2006, and reopened in December 2009

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