Early history[ edit ] An early coloured image of the Association ground in about , looking north, with a large crowd watching a game in progress. Note the original s stand is evidently packed. Wise was personal gardener to Sir George Shenton , of Crawley. In , the WACA ground was officially opened, occupying a site of old swamp land to the east of the city. The association has a year lease over the land which expires in
Why were the Dutch leaving old dinner plates on the Western Australian Coastline? So let the story begin Why were so many Dutch ships wrecked on the Western Australian Coastline? A Dutch trading body called the Dutch East India Company made over arduous ocean trips to Asia, to buy exotic spices to sell on the European markets.
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