Western Australia is the largest Australian state with an area of more than 2,500,000 square km, a 12,500 km coastline and spanning 2,400 km from north to south.
Perth is the capital and the biggest city of Western Australia. The city is the 4th most populated city in Australia with a population of 2.02 million. Perth is divided into various local government areas and consists of a number of suburbs. The city was actually founded by Captain James Stirling in the year 1829. Perth gained as a city status during the year 1856.
The weather in Perth is quite similar to Bangladesh. You can check the regular weather forecast at http://www.migration.wa.gov.au/living-in-western-australia/climate.
Christianity 1,300,375 (58.1%) Buddhism 47,395 (2.1%) Islam 39,118 (1.7%) Hinduism 21,025 (0.9%) Other 247,885 (11.7%) No Religion 571,949 (25.5%) (Census 2011. ABS)
Australia is a democratic, federal-state system, and a member of the British Commonwealth. Three bodies established by the Australian Constitution – Parliament (legislative), Commonwealth Executive (executive) and Federal Judicature (judicial powers) – make Australia a constitutional monarchy, a federation and a parliamentary democracy.
Local time is 8 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time
The sun is very intense. Hats, sunglasses, and sunscreen are recommended even on cloudy days.