Perth is coldest capital city on Sunday morning, temperatures plunge Posted on 05 June 2022 at 01:30 pm
Perth was the coldest capital city this morning, after another very chilly start to the day saw temperatures plunge to 3.3C just after 7.00am.
The first week of winter has seen a string of cool early mornings, with none exceeding 5C in the past five days.
Saturday morning was even colder, at an almost icy 3.1C between 6.30am and 7.00am.
The Bureau of Meteorology said Perth could expect the cold snap to continue as long as the rain stayed away.
“(This weather) is very typical for Perth at this time of year when there is no rain,” a Bureau spokesperson said.
The frosty mornings may be making it hard to get out of bed, but the temperatures are set to pick up in the afternoon over the long weekend.
Temperatures are forecast to reach 18C with the weather partly cloudy on Sunday.
On Monday, for the WA Day public holiday, the forecast is 19C and partly cloudy, and will return to mostly sunny and 20C on Tuesday.
However, the weather will take a turn later in the week, with showers expected to start from Wednesday and continue until at least Saturday.
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Perth was founded by Captain James Stirling on Whadjuk country as the capital of the Swan River Colony in 1829.
It was the first free-settler colony in Australia established by private capital. From 1850, convicts began to arrive at the colony in large numbers to build roads and other public infrastructure.
European exploration of the west coast
Aboriginal people have lived in the south-western part of Western Australia for at least 47,000 years. Prior to the arrival of Europeans, between 6000 and 10,000 Noongar people were living in the area.
In October 1616 Dirk Hartog, in the Eendracht, a Dutch East India Company (Vereenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie, or VOC) ship, became the first European to set foot on the western shores of Australia.
For more than two centuries afterwards Dutch, English and French navigators explored and mapped the west coast. However, no European settlement was established in the west, because the land was seen as inhospitable, offering little economic potential.
It was only when increased French exploration in the region suggested to Britain that France might attempt to establish a colony in the west that the British felt impelled to act.
Claiming western Australia for Britain
On 25 December 1826 Major Edmund Lockyer, in the brig Amity, established a military outpost at King George Sound (now Albany), known locally by Menang Noongar peoples as Kinjarling ‘the place of rain’.
Lockyer had been sent out from Sydney by Governor Ralph Darling. A few months later he also despatched Captain James Stirling, commander of the Success, to reconnoitre the Swan River region for a settlement site.
Stirling, accompanied by Charles Fraser, colonial botanist of New South Wales, arrived at Rottnest Island on 5 March 1827.
The first exploration
Setting out three days later, Stirling and his party navigated around 54 kilometres up the Swan River, assessing the land for its suitability for agriculture and settlement.
When Stirling returned to Sydney, he reported his findings to Governor Darling. He enthusiastically described the strategic merits of a colony at Swan River, while Fraser praised the region’s rich soil, based on his observation of the greenness of the vegetation and the height of the trees.
A colony of free settlers
Despite Stirling’s glowing report, endorsed by Darling, colonial administrators in Britain initially rejected the proposal, baulking at the expense of setting up a new colony.
Stirling, who had briefly returned to Britain and had ambitions to govern the new colony, argued that the financial burden on the government could be limited if Swan River was established as a free settlement funded by private capital.
Stirling’s efforts to convince the government were helped by enthusiastic reports in the London press (some fed by Stirling). These reports fuelled interest in the potential colony, especially among Britons eager to start new lives in Australia untainted by the stain of the convict colony of New South Wales.
Investors were also attracted to the prospect of new lands. The most prominent of these was Thomas Peel, cousin to the then Home Secretary and later Prime Minister, Robert Peel.
The government was flooded with letters from would-be emigrants and finally agreed to the establishment of a Swan River Colony on the understanding it would receive minimal public funding, which meant no convicts would be sent to provide labour.
Prospective settlers were cautioned that emigration would be at their own risk and cost, and that they would have to develop the land they were granted in order to obtain title to it.
Thomas Peel received a commitment for a grant of 500,000 acres if he successfully landed 400 settlers by 1 November 1829. In the event, Peel arrived after this date, and with fewer settlers than promised. His private colony was beset with problems and branded a failure in London. Peel’s land grant was reduced to 250,000 acres.
Founding of Perth
On 2 May 1829 Captain Charles Fremantle, commander of the Challenger, raised the British flag and claimed the west coast of Australia for Britain.
Shortly afterwards, the first Swan River settlers arrived on the Parmelia and the Sulphur.
The colonisation of Whadjuk country began with the reading of an official proclamation at Garden Island on 18 June, naming James Stirling as lieutenant governor.
Stirling soon realised that the soil on the coast was not suited to agriculture.
He decided to establish two towns in the new settlement: a commercial port at Fremantle and a capital – which he named Perth after the Scottish city – about 19 kilometres up the Swan River.
On 12 August 1829 a large party travelled through the bush to lay the foundation stone for Perth. Not finding any suitable stones ‘contiguous to our purpose’, Mrs Helena Dance, the only woman in the party, marked the occasion by cutting a tree with an axe.
By early September the Surveyor-General, John Roe, had laid out Perth’s roads, public spaces and building lots within the three-square-mile site reserved for the town, and the first parcels of land had been allocated to settlers.
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