GRAPHITE 2007 : Recreation

Recreational Activities and Things to See and Do in W.A.

Welcome to Western Australia:
Government of Western Australia Tourism W.A. Site.

Byte Me! Festival:
2-9 December, Perth
A kaleidoscope of events for anyone interested in digital media and creativity, from children to practitioners and professionals.

Perth Tourist Centre:
Commercial Site.

Western Australia's parks, reserves and other recreation areas:
The Department of Environment and Conservation's guide to WA's diverse natural environments, both land and water.

Science centre and digital planetarium (refurbished OmniMax theatre). A potential large scale immersive visualisation environment.

Gravity Discovery Centre:
The GDC is situated alongside the Australian International Gravitational Observatory (AIGO).

Sun, Surf and Sea Life
Western Australia's beautiful ocean beaches and waterways plus the reliable afternoon sea breezes make it a popular place for surfing, windsurfing, kitesurfing, yachting and other watersports. Walk ten minutes from the conference venue and you can hire a windsurfer at Pelican Point on the Swan River. Or if waves are your thing, enjoy the action at one of the ocean beaches.
Tourism WA surfing information
Windsurfing WA Association wind and waves graphs (commercial site)

Perth Live Webcams:
Perth Beaches
PerthCam Plus