Western Australia gained its current status as a state in the year 1901. The government of Western Australia is lead by Colin Barnett and is based in the state capital of Perth (Population: 1,896,548).
The most populous cities in Western Australia are: Perth (Population: 1,896,548), Rockingham (Population: 108,022), Mandurah (Population: 83,294), Bunbury (Population: 68,248), Armadale (Population: 62,296).
Western Australia State - Quick Facts
|Year of Establishment||1901|
|Capital||Perth (Population: 1,896,548)|
|Head of Government||Colin Barnett|
|Total Area||2,529,875 sq km (976,790 sq miles)|
|Population Density||1.0 sq km (2.7 sq miles)|
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