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Indiana Tea House: Cottesloe Beach, Perth, WA Australia
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Located right at the edge of Perth's famous Cottesloe Beach.

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Originally known as the “Indiana Tea House”, the original building was a shack-like composite, originating in 1910. It served as a pit-stop for the playground that was Cottesloe Beach, Perth’s top spot for surf, sand and sun.


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Cottesloe is a beach-side suburb of the city of Perth in Western Australia. It is located roughly halfway between Perth central business district and the port of Fremantle. It is famous for its beaches, cafes and relaxed lifestyle.

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