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Perth came seventh in the Economist Intelligence Unit's August 2016 list of the world's most liveable cities, Perth is divided into 30 local government areas and 250 suburbs, stretching from Two Rocks in the north to Singleton in the south, and east inland to The Lakes.

Outside of the main CBD, important urban centres within Perth include Fremantle and Joondalup.

The wetlands on the Swan Coastal Plain were particularly important to them, both spiritually (featuring in local mythology) and as a source of food.

The Noongar people know the area where Perth now stands as Boorloo.

"...a quiet little town of some 3000 inhabitants spread out in straggling allotments down to the water's edge, intermingled with gardens and shrubberies and half rural in its aspect ...

The main streets are macadamised, but the outlying ones and most of the footpaths retain their native state from the loose sand - the all pervading element of Western Australia - productive of intense glare or much dust in the summer and dissolving into slush during the rainy season." It was the last of the Australian colonies to agree to join the Federation, and did so only after the other colonies had offered several concessions, including the construction of a transcontinental railway line from Port Augusta in South Australia to Kalgoorlie to link Perth with the eastern states.

Boodjamooling continued to be a main campsite for the remaining Noongar people in the Perth region and was also used by travellers, itinerants, and homeless people.

By the gold-rush days of the 1890s, they were joined by miners who were en route to the goldfields.

An influx of immigrants after the war, predominantly from Britain, Greece, Italy and Yugoslavia, led to rapid population growth.

Indigenous Australians have inhabited the Perth area for 38,000 years, as evidenced by archaeological remains at Upper Swan.

The Noongar people occupied the southwest corner of Western Australia and lived as hunter-gatherers.

Most of those were originally established as separate settlements and retained a distinct identity after being subsumed into the wider metropolitan area.

Mandurah, Western Australia's second-largest city, has in recent years formed a conurbation with Perth along the coast, though for most purposes it is still considered a separate city.The British colony would be officially designated Western Australia in 1832 but was known informally for many years as the Swan River Colony after the area's major watercourse.