Where In The World 2020 – no. 3

Q1. Where is this located, the spot where the photographer was standing?  Tell us the suburb, local government area, state and country it is in.

Q2. Where is that boat going to? Tell us the name of the waterway.

Q3. Watch this clip, and tell us how the waterway has changed.

LEVEL UP BONUS QUESTION: This waterway had a very negative name in the late 1800s. What was it?

42 thoughts on “Where In The World 2020 – no. 3

  1. This is located in Victoria Gardens, in the suburb of East Perth. The local government area is The City of Perth. It is in the state of Western Australia, in the country of Australia. The boat is goiong up Claisebrook Cove. The changes have been the Claisebrook has been widened to its original shape. Houses have replaced factories. There is more parkland now.

  2. Q1: This park is located in WA, Perth, Victoria Park 6100.

    Q2: The boat is going to ClaiseBook Cove. It’s crossing the Tafalgar Bridge.

    Q3: The waterway has changed because it has gotten bigger. It use to be skinny but now it is getting bigger. It gets bigger because there is more water coming into the river causing it to get wider and longer.

    Level Up!: The ClaiseBook Cove use to be called Claise Brook and Claise Lagoon it changed its name after the European Settlement in 1851. The rivers old name was named after a man. His name was Frederick Claise.

  3. Q1. We think it’s in Mardalup Park, Burswood, WA Australia co-op 31.95 degrees South, 115.88 degrees South.
    Q2. We think the boat is going to the Swan River in East Perth.
    Q3. The Waterway got larger and wider. between 1948-2010

    • Thanks for your comment, team. The place we are looking for is not Optus Stadium, but the spot the photographer is standing on. LEVEL UP TIP: Zoom in on Google Maps to find the name of the smaller waterway.

  4. Question 1. The location is Victoria Gardens, Royal Street. It is also in WA, Australia and the postcode is 6004. It is also in East perth and is south-west of Optus stadium. The The latitude for East Perth WA, Australia is: -31.958488 and the longitude is: 115.87162.

  5. The location is in Victoria Gardens, East Perth, suburb of Belmont, council of City of Stirling, in WA, Australia.
    The water way is Claisebrook cove.
    in the beginning, I don`t think that there was a water way there. then, around 1997 to 2000 they got rid of those factories and made the water way. then around 2006 they built a platform (they being those who reside over the river) then about 6 months to a year they took it down.

  6. Question 1
    Victoria Gardens-10 Royal St, Perth WA 6004, East Perth, WA, Australia

    Question 2
    Claisebrook Cove

    Question 3
    They have developed the Claisebrook Cove waterway, as originally there was not water there at all!!

    Level Up!!
    It was named after Frederick Clause and later became known as the Claisebrook Drain due to industrial purposes and the water quality and surrounds were badly degraded.

    Fun Fact!! Frederick Clauses middle name was RUSHBROOK

  7. It is in WA in Australia. It is in Victoria Gardens in the suburb of East Perth. The local government area is the City of Perth. The waterway is Claisebrook Cove. The changes are the tanks are not there now and there are houses. The Claisebrook has become wider and has been restored.

  8. Q1. We think it is in Burswood, Perth, WA, Australia.
    Q2. We think the boat is going to South Perth and is going through the Swan River.
    Q3. There has been a stream added and it has changed colour.

    • Thanks for your comment, team. The place we are looking for is not the Optus Stadium, but where the spot the photographer was standing on. LEVEL UP TIP: Zoom in on Google Earth and check the name of the smaller waterway.

  9. Q1. The picture is located in Victoria Gardens,Perth ,WA 6004. The GPS coordinates are 31°57’07.9″S 115°52’54.3″E. The suburb is East Perth and the local government area is City of Perth. It is located in Australia in state of WA and the city of Perth.
    Q2. The boat is going to Claisebrook Cove which has GPS coordinates of 31°57’08.0″S 115°52’44.6″E. This place is located in city of Perth , in the Country of Australia and the state of WA. It is also located in the suburb of East Perth.
    Q3. The change is that the tanks are not there any more and there are more houses. Even the cove has become wider.
    Level Up
    The old name was Claisebrook Drain.

  10. Q1. This picture is located in Victoria Gardens, Perth, WA 6004. The longitude and latitude is 31°57’07.9″S 115°52’54.3″E. The suburb is East Perth and the local government is Perth.

    Q2. The boat is going in to Claisebrook Cove. The longitude and latitude is 31°57’08.0″S 115°52’44.6″E.This is located in city of Perth, WA, Australia. The suburb is East Perth.

    Q3. The change is the tanks have been moved. There are also more houses. Even the cove are wider.
    LEVEL UP
    The old old name was Claisebrook Drain.

  11. 1. This is located in Burswood WA Australia.

    2. This boat is going to shore This waterway is swan river.

    3. This river changed by drying up.

    • Thanks for your comment, team. The place we are looking for is not the Optus Stadium, but the spot the photographer was standing on. LEVEL UP TIP: Zoom in on Google Maps to find the name of the smaller waterway.

  12. Q1. WA Australia, Burswood 6100
    Victoria park [ Chevron parklands ]
    In backround is swan river
    [ Optus Stadium ]

    Q2. Swan river, The boat is maybe going to… Perth stadium park or Heirisson Island

    Q3. The actual water changed maybe pollution changed the colour of the water. Also the water way got bigger if you see and more buildings appeared. We are thinking maybe some pollution was involved.

    • Thanks for your comment, team. The place we are looking for is not the Optus Stadium, but the spot the photographer was standing on. LEVEL UP TIP: Zoom in to find the name of the smaller waterway. I like how you noticed changes to both the natural and built environment.

  13. This is in perth because in the far top right hand cornner I see optus stadium.Optus stadium is in perth city. The river way is swan river because we looked at multipule sites and it said swaan river.The sea level of the river lowered and it revealed two islands then it raised again covering them up. Level up- the negitve name was swan river colany because it cost allot of money, servents were not paid and in 1830 it caused a massive flood.

    • THanks for your comment, team. The place we are looking for is not the Optus Stadium, but the spot the photographer was standing on. LEVEL UP TIP: Answer all the questions.

  14. Q1- we think this is Victoria Gardens, Merina, East Perth, WA.

    Q2- we think the boat was heading to claisbrook cove, it is an area visited by locals a lot. it is a tourists attraction because it is very vegetated and often home to native wildlife and dolphins swim in the cove quite often

    Q3- the waterway has widened a lot probably because of weathering it has opened up from a small stream to a fun family visit site

    • Thanks for your comment, team. The place we are looking for is not the Optus Stadium, but the spot the photographer was standing on. I really love your thinking about the changes, including what people use the site for now.

  15. 1.)Victoria Gardens next to Optus Stadium. Western Australia, Perth, Richmond 10 Royal St.

    2.) The boat is going to the ‘Royal on the Waterfront’.

    3.) It has changed from government property land to a waterway in the ground, it has slightly expanded over the time it has been there.

    • Thanks for your comment, team. The place we are looking for is not the Optus Stadium, but the spot the photographer was standing on. LEVEL UP TIPS: Think carefully about what ‘The Royal on the Waterfront’ is -it’s not a waterway. Watch the video again and notice changes in the natural and built landscapes.

    • Thanks for your comment, Sam. The place we are looking for is not the Optus Stadium, but the spot the photographer was standing on. LEVEL UP TIP: Make sure you answer all the questions.

  16. 1. Location- Chevron Parkland
    Suburb- Burswood
    Local Government Area- The City of Swan
    State- Western Australia
    Country- Australia

    2. Waterway- Swan River
    Where is the boat going- In the direction of Swan River Foreshore

    3. How Swan River has changed- At one point the water sinks, causing there to be less water in the river. Then the water rises again.

    4. Swarte Swaene-Revier

    • Thanks for your comment, Chloe. The place we are looking for is not the Optus Stadium, but the spot the photographer was standing on. LEVEL UP TIP: Watch the video again and notice changes in the natural and built landscapes.

  17. Q1- it is located in Australia WA Burswood Victoria gardens because we looked at he picture and found that on the map because we saw Optus stadium the local government is city of Melville.

    Q2- The boat was going Claisebrook cove because we used the map to locate where the boat was going. It started at Victoria Park. The water way it is in is the Swan River.

    Q3-The water has change in the years slowly getting bigger and going inland creating a connection to the swan river.

    • Thanks for your comment, Austin. The place we are looking for is not the Optus Stadium, but the spot the photographer was standing on. LEVEL UP TIP: Watch the video again and notice changes in the natural and built landscapes.

  18. This photo was taken in Australia, WA, Perth, in the suburb of East Perth. The local government area is The City of Perth. The boat is going to Claisebrook Cove. The waterway has changed by getting bigger, and can now fit boats in.

    • I enjoyed working with you on this one. You didn’t need any clues from me for the location! LEVEL UP TIP: Watch the video again and notice changes in the natural and built landscapes.

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