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Claisebrook Cove in East Perth
Australia

The Claisebrook Cove in the East Perth precinct is a vibrant inner city area about a 15 minute walk from the Perth Central Business District CBD, and is a very popular place for recreational activities and dining out.  See  Claisebrook Cove

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