Perth is a beautiful place filled with beautiful people, we have
some great sights and enjoy a prosperous economy. Most people who
travel the globe rate Perth as one of the best places on the planet,
we have friendly people, great resources and the best weather you
could wish for.
When purchasing an outdoor spa pool or hot tub it is great to
know that your spa is made right here Australia, when you spend
money here, your money stays here, it will eventually come around
and come back to you. When you spend money on overseas imported
portable spas, your money leaves the country and will never come
back, taking West Australian jobs with it.
The good news is that West Coast Spas specialise in Australian
manufactured spas, these spas are made right here in our great
country. We stock one of the largest range of Australian manufactured
spas in Australia. Be aware of poor quality imported spas, and
imported spas that are made overseas, but mislead the public by
not stating where they are made, but having Australian flags on
their brochures or stating that their spas are Australian designed
and Australian owned, this can mislead the general public as they
think they are buying Australian.
Enjoy the good life and buy WA first. West Coast Spas are a market
leader in terms of quality, price and service and are a West Australian
owned company that sell Australian made spas.
Perth City and the Swan River
This Perth Life
Advice and information for people who want to live in Perth, Western
Captain James Stirling founded the City of Perth as part of the
Swan River Colony in 1829. Captain Stirling thought the natural
environment around Perth was as beautiful as anything he had seen,
and advocated that a colony be established there. The British
Government agreed to found the colony as the first free settlement
in Australia and the first settlers arrived in Western Australia
in June 1829. On August 12 of that year, the felling of a tree
marked the official foundation of the City of Perth.
Although this territory was claimed on behalf of Britain, explorers
from nations including Holland and France had been visiting the
Western Australian coastline since the early 1600s and the land
had been populated by indigenous people for approximately 50,000