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1. This port city, 260 miles south east of Perth, was founded in 1826 and named after a son of the UK's King George III.
2. Named after a Governor of Western Australia, this port is sited in an area where the Wajarri or Yamatji people have established territory claims.
3. This town is important in the provision of electricity, with two coal mines and three power stations. It was named after a nearby river.
4. This coastal town was named after the father of the man who financed the expedition that rediscovered the tomb of Tutankhamun.
5. This town, 172 miles south of Perth, is a centre for surfing, tourism and wine production.
6. This oddly-named mining town is over 2,400 feet above sea level.
7. This town near to the Tropic of Capricorn is 35 miles away from the Hickman meteorite crater.
8. This suburb of Perth is connected by a causeway to Garden Island, the home of Australia's largest naval fleet base.
9. This city is one of the largest in Western Australia - a centre for industry and tourism. It was named after a British army officer.
10. This town in the Kimberley region was bombed by Japanese planes during World War II.
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