Difference between revisions of "Western Australia"

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== Local Government Areas ==
 
== Local Government Areas ==
  
There are currently 138 Local Government areas in Western Australia, under three classifications:
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The <ref>Western Australian Electoral Commission website</ref> states that there are currently 138 Local Government areas in Western Australia, under three classifications:
  
 
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See: [http://www.waec.wa.gov.au/voting/local_government_elections/local_government_in_western_australia.php Western Australian Electoral Commission] (as at Aug 2012, accessed Apr 2013)
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==References==
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See: [http://www.waec.wa.gov.au/voting/local_government_elections/local_government_in_western_australia.php Western Australian Electoral Commission] (as at Aug 2012, accessed Apr 2013)</references>
  
 
See maps at: [http://www.rdl.wa.gov.au/publications/Pages/Maps.aspx Govt. of Western Australia, Dept. of Regional Development and Lands]
 
See maps at: [http://www.rdl.wa.gov.au/publications/Pages/Maps.aspx Govt. of Western Australia, Dept. of Regional Development and Lands]
 
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For general information see: [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Western_Australia Wikipedia - Western Australia].  See also: [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Local_Government_Areas_of_Western_Australia Wikipedia - Local Government areas of Western Australia].
 
For general information see: [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Western_Australia Wikipedia - Western Australia].  See also: [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Local_Government_Areas_of_Western_Australia Wikipedia - Local Government areas of Western Australia].

Revision as of 15:58, 4 May 2013

The State of Western Australia occupies approximately one third of the Australian continent.

Settlement of Western Australia

Local Government Areas

The <ref>Western Australian Electoral Commission website</ref> states that there are currently 138 Local Government areas in Western Australia, under three classifications:


References

<references> See: Western Australian Electoral Commission (as at Aug 2012, accessed Apr 2013)</references>

See maps at: Govt. of Western Australia, Dept. of Regional Development and Lands </references>


For general information see: Wikipedia - Western Australia. See also: Wikipedia - Local Government areas of Western Australia.



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