Australia: Greater Perth Area - Geography Games

Australia: Greater Perth Area - Map Quiz Game

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Here's a map quiz that challenges you to identify local government areas (LGAs) of Greater Perth. Perth is the capital of Western Australia and is known for its sandy beaches and attractions. Bassendean, a northeastern suburb shares its name with a sand dune system on the Swan Coastal Plain. Peppermint Grove, located on the banks of the Swan River, was named after the Swan River peppermint trees that adorn its streets. By collecting facts about the Greater Perth area and working with this map quiz, you can memorize the parts of Perth with ease!

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