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Mini or Teen ($29) or Adult Trapeze Fly ($33) at Rooftop Trapeze (Up to $66 Value)
Clients ages 5 and up can experience the exhilaration of flying trapeze with a side order of numerous circus activities in an indoor arena...
(was $58)
WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo 2-for-1 Offer - Two Adults for $42 and Two Children for $29.50, Darling Harbour (Up to $84 Value)
Get acquainted with Australian native animals and endemic species and watch them eat and play in their authentic habitats at the Sydney Zoo...
(was $59)
Arsenal FC v Western Sydney Wanderers Ticket Offer -  Starting from $19 at ANZ Stadium - 15 July 2017
Cheer on the Western Sydney Wanderers as they test themselves against English Premier League giants Arsenal ...
(was $29)
Arsenal FC v Sydney FC Ticket Offer -  Starting from $19 at ANZ Stadium, 13 July 2017
Cheer Sydney FC in this friendly match against the current English FA Cup holders led by legendary manager Arsène Wenger...
(was $29)
One ($69) or Two-Hour Private Golf Lesson ($129) with Clubs at Greg McClurkin PGA Professional (Up to $220 Value)
Client can learn how to play golf with one or two private golf lessons with a PGA member with balls and clubs included...
(was $100)
24-Hour Tour Hop-On, Hop-Off Pass for One Person ($15) with Fremantle Tram Tours (Up to $28 Value)
Visitors can get the most of this port city, with local guides showing them the key sights, from Fremantle Prison to Cappuccino Strip...
(was $28)


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Perth Cars

local cars
Looking for a used car, van or motorcycle then check out these vehicle listings from the Perth area.


Eagles to challenge Schofield striking ban

An AFL Tribunal hearing will be required to sort out the Clayton Oliver-Will Schofield half-time hit incident, after the Eagles challenge Schofield's MRP ban.

Bran Nue Dae playwright, Indigenous 'WA treasure' dies

An Indigenous playwright, who penned acclaimed Australian play Bran Nue Dae which was later turned into a major motion picture, dies in Broome aged 69.

'Getting the same racism, that's not the life I want to live': NYT reporter examines race in Australia

What happens when the New York Times' race relations correspondent comes to Australia to look at what it means to be Indigenous today?

Calls grow to scrap hidden power charge

Residents in Perth and the South West could save about $75 a year on their power bills if they no longer had to pay a hidden charge that subsidises regional households, the WA Greens say.

Selection process for WA's new top cop bungled, Opposition says

The selection process for Western Australia's next police commissioner is being handled so badly, the Government has no choice but to start from scratch, the State Opposition claims.

Cheeky fox suspected to be contributing to BOM rain gauge

A West Australian farmer who collects rainfall data for the Bureau of Meteorology suspects his recorded precipitation is not just falling from the sky.



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