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REIWA Information Service Privacy Statement
Last updated: 19 September 2003
58. When persons contact REIWA or use one of its services by telephone, REIWA will frequently take a record regarding the nature of the person's enquiry, including the person's name, a summary of the content of the enquiry and, in certain circumstances, the person's address and/or telephone number. The person can later access this information to check its correctness should he/she wish.
59. REIWA records this information for administrative purposes so as to keep a record of enquiries made to it. On occasions this information may be passed on to organisations associated with these purposes.
60. Should an individual not wish REIWA to record his/her personal information, it will frequently not be possible for REIWA to deliver the service the individual is seeking to access.
Cottesloe is a suburb revered for its relaxed beach-side lifestyle. Close to the city, yet still far enough away to not be exposed to its hyper-urban nature, Cottesloe is an ideal location for those who want the best of both worlds. Its land area spans four square kilometres and is characterised by a blend of historical and modern residences.
With the beach at your door step and the city centres of Perth and Fremantle a short drive away, Cottesloe's enviable lifestyle is what makes it such a desirable location. The world-renowned Cottesloe Beach stretches for 1.5 kilometres and draws a crowd from all over the state, country and world. Also in the suburb is The Cottesloe Beach Hotel, which has been a landmark destination of Cottesloe for more than a hundred years. Cottesloe Railway Station, Cottesloe Shopping Centre and Grove Plaza are other notable fixtures of the area, as are the two local primary schools and local high school.
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