Climate in Perth, Western Australia

The size of Western Australia covers more than 2.5 million square kilometers and has a number of varies climates. The farther you move from the coast line the temperature will increase and the rainfall decreases. These different climate zones vary from the north Kimberly, which has summers known also as the wet season, which can accumulate a vast amount of rain. The southwest portion of the state has more of a Mediterranean climate. Also, in the far south region of the state snow will occasionally fall, this is in the Stirling Range.streaming Despicable Me 3 2017 movie

The only main region of rugged country is Pilbara and Kimberley. The rest of Western Australia is mainly plain with undistinguished plateaus that average between 300 to 600 meters about sea level. The highest point of Western Australia is at 1251 meters which is the peak of Mount Meharry in the Hamersley Range. This area also is home to Bluff Knoll which reaches up to 1096 meters. Although Western Australia is less distinctive then most other states, topographic features do have a major influence in some areas. For example, near the lower west coast from the coastal plain to the top of Darling Ridge there is a rapid increase in rainfall, however there is a major decrease to the east. Farther inland the temperature will vary slightly due to the increase in elevation, although not significantly.