Regional Buildings continued

As the twentieth century progressed much regional architecture came to mirror more closely that of Australian cities.  The types of housing found in the suburbs of Western Australia's capital were reproduced in country towns around the State.

In Western Australia's regional centres, commercial and public buildings evident in streetscapes reflect the architectural styles that evolved elsewhere.

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