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The State of Western Australia occupies approximately one third of the Australian continent.
 
The State of Western Australia occupies approximately one third of the Australian continent.
  
For general information go to [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Western_Australia Wikipedia's Western Australia page]].
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== Settlement of Western Australia ==
  
There are currently 138 Local Government areas in Western Australia.
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* [[Aboriginal Settlement]]
  
Wikipedia also has [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Local_Government_Areas_of_Western_Australia Local Government areas of Western Australia]].
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* [[European Contact]]
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* [[European Settlement]]
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== Local Government Areas ==
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The Western Australian Electoral Commission website states that there are currently 138 Local Government areas in Western Australia, under three classifications:
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* [[Cities]]
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* [[Towns]]
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* [[Shires]]
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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)
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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].
  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 16:00, 4 May 2013

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

Settlement of Western Australia

Local Government Areas

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


References

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

See maps at: Govt. of Western Australia, Dept. of Regional Development and Lands

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



--WAGS Webmaster 00:03, 1 May 2013 (EST)