Construction continued

By the 1980s construction in Western Australia entered another boom period reflecting the confidence and growth experienced in the State. 
Perth had become a city of suburban sprawl and freeways with the central city skyline rising to reflect an increased self-confidence.  The modern skyscraper, built with shining metal, glass and steel, produced buildings like Allendale Square, the R&I Bank Tower, QV1 and Central Park.

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