Perth Western Suburbs - All you need to know!

Posted October 29, 2018

Looking to build your new home in one of Perth's western suburbs but not sure which is the right area for you?

With so much history and culture to take in, you can be sure you'll find something that speaks to your needs.

From Cottesloe, known for it's relaxed, beach-side atmosphere to Mosman Park, located on the northern bank of the Swan River to Shenton park, an attractive destination for professionals and families alike, all areas offer something unique.

Perth's western suburbs include stunning scenery, iconic buildings, and spaces to enjoy together.

Explore our selection of Perth's western suburbs and learn more about some of the most popular areas from Perth CBD to City Beach, Cottesloe and more.

You will find valuable information for each suburb, including a quick summary, population and growth, schools and shopping opportunities as well as the median house prices for each of the suburbs.

So let's jump right into it...

 

Claremont

With an enviable location on the northern banks of Swan River, Claremont is a highly aesthetic destination, characterised by stunning architecture and incredible views.

Known for its affluent nature, the leafy suburb of Claremont includes numerous commercial areas and well-situated parklands. You'll also find the Claremont Showgrounds located here, which plays host to the compelling Perth Royal Show each year.

For those looking for endless new experiences to soak up, Claremont features numerous festivals each year, and the local Claremont Quarter Shopping centre means you'll always have what you need to satisfy your retail needs.

For families, there are plenty of local schools, including Claremont pre-school, primary, kindergarten, and more. There's also Gumnut Montessori School, St Thomas' Primary and Edith Cowan University. 8,148 people call Claremont their home, and the average house price is now $1,475,000.

 

Claremont Suburb Facts

 Distance to Perth (km) 10
 Postcode 6010
 Local Government Claremont
 Local Schools Claremont Pre-School, Claremont P.S., Claremont Community Kindergarten, Graylands P.S., East Claremont P.S., Methodist Ladies College, Gumnut Montessori School, Edith Cowan University, St Thomas' Primary School
 Nearby Schools St Thomas' Primary School, Christ Church Grammar School, Holy Spirit School (City Beach), John XXIII College (Mount Claremont), St Hilda's Anglican School for Girl's (Mosman Park), Scotch College (Swanbourne)
 Shops Claremont Shopping Centre
 Train Stations Loch Street or Claremont
 Bus Services Bus service to Claremont Train Station

 

Claremont Population Overview

 People 8,148
 Male 47.3%
 Female 52.7%
 Median 42

 

 Families 1,904
 Average children per family
 For families with children
1.9
 For all families 0.7

 

 All Private Dwellings 3,519
 Average people per household 2.5
 Median weekly household income $2,680
 Median monthly mortgage repayment $3,250
 Median weekly rent $550
 Average motor vehicles per dwelling 1.9

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Average House Prices in Claremont

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Cottesloe

Known for it's relaxed, beach-side atmosphere, Cottesloe is the perfect getaway for visitors to Perth, and the ultimate seaside destination for families looking to relocate. Unbeatable when it comes to beautiful natural views, Cottesloe features 1.5 kilometres of golden shoreline, as well as being conveniently close to a wide selection of urban stores and local eateries.

With the city centres of Fremantle and Perth within driving distance, and the beach right outside of your front door, Cottesloe offers one of the most desirable lifestyles in Perth. The destination currently attracts tourists from around the world every year, particularly to the Cottesloe beach hotel, which has been a landmark for more than 100 years.

Now, the suburb is home to an impressive 7.375 people, with a median house price of approximately $2,075,000. For families with young students, local schools include Cottesloe primary and high school, Seaview community kindergarten and North Cottesloe Primary School.

 

Cottlesoe Suburb Facts

 Distance to Perth (km) 12
 Postcode 6011
 Local Government Cottesloe
 Local Schools Cottesloe P.S., Cottesloe S.H.S., North Cottesloe Primary School, Seaview community Kindergarten
 Nearby Schools Iona Presentation College (Mosman Park), Iona Presentation Primary School (Mosman Park), Christ Church Grammar School (Claremont), St Hilda's Anglican School for Girls (Mosman Park), St Thomas' Primary School (Claremont), Scotch College (Swanbourne)
 Shops Cottesloe Shopping Centre, Grove Plaza
 Train Stations Cottesloe
 Bus Services Bus service to Cottesloe Train station

 

 

Cottesloe Population Overview

 People 7,375
 Male 49%
 Female 52.7%
 Median 44

 

 Families 1,904
 Average children per family
 For families with children
1.9
 For all families 0.7

 

 All Private Dwellings 3,519
 Average people per household 2.5
 Median weekly household income $2,680
 Median monthly mortgage repayment $3,250
 Median weekly rent $550
 Average motor vehicles per dwelling 1.9

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Average House Prices in Cottlesoe

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Mosman Park

Found on the northern bank of the Swan River, Mosman Park is a western suburb of Perth with a unique waterside vibe. Historically known as Buckland Hill, Mosman Park finally got its name from Mosman in Sydney, the birthplace of Richard Yeldon. Though it began as one of Perth's most prominent industrial centres, it's now a highly affluent city, surrounded by views of the Indian Ocean, and a range of delightful local parks.

One of the few destinations capable of offering both river-side and coast-side experiences at the same time, Mosman Park provides a wide range of recreational facilities, including clubs for cricket, tennis, soccer, football, netball, and even the performing arts.

The space also hosts numerous schools, including Buckland Hill School, Saint Holda's Anglican School for Girls, Iona Presentation College, Iona Primary, Mosman Park Primary, and Beehive Montessori School. The current population of the region is 8,757 people, and the median house price is $1,410,000.

 

Mosman Park Suburb Facts

 Distance to Perth (km) 15
 Postcode 6012
 Local  Government Mosman Park
 Local Schools Beehive Montessori School, Mosman Park P.S., Iona P.S., Iona Presentation College, Saint Hildas Anglican School for Girls, Buckland Hill School
 Nearby Schools St Thomas' Primary School (Claremont), Christ Church Grammar School (Claremont), Scotch College (Swanbourne),
 Shops Grove Plaza, Mosman Park Shopping Centre
 Train   Stations Mosman Park
 Bus Services Bus service to Mosman Park Train Station

 

Mosman Park Population Overview

 People 10,596
 Male 52.5%
 Female 47.5%
 Median 33

 

 Families 2,396
 Average children per family
 For families with children
1.3
 For all families 0.2

 

 All Private Dwellings 6,565
 Average people per household 1.9
 Median weekly household income $1,868
 Median monthly mortgage repayment $2,167
 Median weekly rent $435
 Average motor vehicles per dwelling 1.2

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Average House Prices in Mosman Park

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Mount Claremont

A quiet location around 9 kilometres from the centre of Perth, Mount Claremont is well-known for streets packed full of beautiful and impressive architecture. Mount Claremont is a relatively modern location, which only began to grow somewhat recently in the 1980s and 1990s.

The suburb was previously known as Graylands and has numerous residential areas split into estates like St Peters Square, St Johns Wood, and Zamia Gardens.

Around 4,616 people call Mount Claremont their home and enjoy stunning, spacious homes surrounded by plenty of leafy greenery and local nearby parks. For those in need of adjacent travel, the suburb has a railway line between Loch Street and Karrakatta.

For education, local schools include John XXIII College, Graylands primary, and Moerlina school. The median house price is currently $1,270,000.

 

Mount Claremont Suburb Facts

 Distance to Perth (km) 9
 Postcode 6010
 Local  Government Nedlands
 Local Schools Graylands P.S., John XXIII College, Moerlina School
 Nearby Schools Holy Spirit School (City Beach), St Thomas' Primary School (Claremont), Christ Church Grammar School (Claremont), Scotch College (Swanbourne)
 Shops Mt Claremont Shopping Centre
 Train Stations Karrakatta or Loch Street
 Bus Services Bus service to Karrakatta

 

Mount Claremont Population Overview

 People 4,616
 Male 48.3%
 Female 51.7%
 Median 44

 

 Families 1,203
 Average children per family
 For families with children
2
 For all families 0.9

 

 All Private Dwellings 1,869
 Average people per household 2.7
 Median weekly household income $2,138
 Median monthly mortgage repayment $3,000
 Median weekly rent $475
 Average motor vehicles per dwelling 1.9

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Average House Prices in Mount Claremont

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Nedlands

An exciting mixed suburb in inner-western Perth, Nedlands has a diverse mixture of housing solutions to offer, all the way from low-cost dwellings for students visiting the nearby University of Western Australia, to luxury homes in the southern locale.

There's a prominent commercial sector to explore along both sides of the Stirling Highway, and Nedlands also features some of the finest medical facilities in the state.

Alongside the peace of mind that comes with having plenty of fantastic doctors on call, Nedlands also provides a range of recreational facilities, spanning everything from sports clubs and tennis courts to parks, and golf clubs. There's even a nearby yacht club for those who enjoy exploring the crystal-clear depths of the ocean.

The current population for Nedlands is 10,194, while the median house price is $1,645,000. Local schools include College Park Kindergarten, Hollywood Primary, Nedlands Primary, and Loreto Primary.

 

Nedlands Suburb Facts

 Distance to Perth (km) 6
 Postcode 6009
 Local Government Nedlands
 Local Schools College Park Kindergarten, Hollywood P.S., Nedlands P.S., Loreto P.S.
 Nearby Schools St Thomas' Primary School (Claremont), John XXIII College (Mount Claremont), Christ Church Grammar School (Claremont), Scotch College (Swanbourne)
 Shops Mt Claremont Shopping Centre
 Train Stations No train service
 Bus Services Local bus service

 

Nedlands Population Overview

 People 10,194
 Male 49.5%
 Female 50.5%
 Median 40

 

 Families 2,610
 Average children per family
 For families with children
1.9
 For all families 0.8

 

 All Private Dwellings 4,107
 Average people per household 2.7
 Median weekly household income $2,422
 Median monthly mortgage repayment $3,160
 Median weekly rent $500
 Average motor vehicles per dwelling 1.9

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Average House Prices in Nedlands

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Shenton Park

Located 4 kilometres away from the central business district of Perth, Shenton park is an attractive destination for professionals and families alike. The space is well-known for its selection of incredible heritage homes, alongside plenty of new, modern architecture. Currently, 4,525 people are settled within the stunning scope of Shenton Park.

Offering a fantastic blend of convenient urban shopping centres, and leafy parks and reserves, Shenton park has something for everyone. There's even the Shenton Park Railway station on hand to ensure that you always have easy access to the rest of Perth.

The Curtin University of Technology and the University of Western Australia Shenton field station offer further education options. Additionally, Shenton Park is also home to Shenton College and Rosalie Primary School. The current population is 4,525 people, and the average house price is $1,244,000.

 

Shenton Park Suburb Facts

 Distance to Perth (km) 4
 Postcode 6008
 Local Government Subiaco
 Local Schools Rosalie Primary School, Shenton College
 Nearby Schools St Thomas' Primary School (Claremont), John XXIII College (Mount Claremont)
 Shops Floreat Forum
 Train Stations Shenton Park
 Bus Services Local bus service

 

Shenton Park Population Overview

 People 4,525
 Male 47.9%
 Female 52.1%
 Median 39

 

 Families 1,133
 Average children per family
 For families with children
1.8
 For all families 0.7

 

 All Private Dwellings 1,976
 Average people per household 2.5
 Median weekly household income $2,196
 Median monthly mortgage repayment $2,900
 Median weekly rent $420
 Average motor vehicles per dwelling 1.6

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Average House Prices in Shenton Park

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Swanbourne

Swanbourne is an elegant and affluent suburb in Perth, defined by its wide range of renovated federation-style homes. The Fremantle railway line borders the locale on the South, while the Indian Ocean offers breath-taking views to the West. Swanbourne is ideal for those who want access to plenty of nature, and a break from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Natives in Swanbourne have plenty of access to all the urban amenities they need, without an overwhelming city-living vibe.

The space features a range of great destinations, including Swanbourne Beach, and Cottesloe golf course. Swanbourne also benefits from a delightful Mediterranean climate. Currently, the area is home to 4,059 people, and the median house price is $1,448,500. Local schools include Swanbourne Primary, Shenton College and Scotch College.
 

Swanbourne Suburb Facts

 Distance to Perth (km) 12
 Postcode 6010
 Local  Government Claremont
 Local Schools Swanbourne P.S., Shenton College, Scotch College School of WA
 Nearby Schools Holy Spirit School (City Beach), St Thomas' Primary School (Claremont), John XXIII College (Mount Claremont), Christ Church Grammar School (Claremont), St Hilda's Anglican School for Girl's (Mosman Park)
 Shops Claremont Shopping Centre
 Train Stations Swanbourne
 Bus Services Local bus service

 

Swanbourne Population Overview

 People 9,045
 Male  
 Female  
 Median 41.2

 

 Families 1,133
 Average children per family
 For families with children
 
 For all families  

 

 All Private Dwellings  
 Average people per household  
 Median weekly household income  
 Median monthly mortgage repayment  
 Median weekly rent  
 Average motor vehicles per dwelling  

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Average House Prices in Swanbourne

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City Beach

A popular destination for families and tourists alike, City Beach is a phenomenal residential and recreational suburb located 10 kilometres outside of Perth City. As the name of the space suggests, City Beach is renowned for its nearby beaches, where locals and visitors love to spend their time soaking up the sun and playing along the coastline.

The city beach foreshore is the place to be, no matter your age, with restaurants, cafes and plenty of entertainment options when you're looking for fun plans for the weekend.

The beach is particularly active during the summer month when Perth residents from all over flock to the sand for a chance to take advantage of some incredible seashore antics. The current population of the city beach is 6,609, and the median house price is $1,800,000. Local schools include Kapinara Primary, City Beach Primary, and City Beach S.H.S

City Beach Suburb Facts

 Distance toPerth (km) 10
 Postcode 6015
 Local Government Cambridge
 Local Schools City Beach P.S., Kapinara P.S., City Beach S.H.S,
 Nearby Schools

Holy Spirit School, Newman College (Churchlands), Holy Rosary School (Doubleview), John XXIII College (Mount Claremont), Christ Church Grammar School (Claremont), Scotch College (Swanbourne), Hale School (Wembley Downs)

 Shops The Boulevard, Floreat Forum
 Train Stations No train service
 Bus Services Bus service to Perth CBD

 

City Beach Population Overview

 People 6,609
 Male 48.9%
 Female 51.1%
 Median 45

 

 Families 1,807
 Average children per family
 For families with children
2
 For all families 1

 

 All Private Dwellings 2,546
 Average people per household 2.9
 Median weekly household income $2,925
 Median monthly mortgage repayment $3,033
 Median weekly rent $700
 Average motor vehicles per dwelling 2.2

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Average House Prices in City Beach

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Floreat

Located within the inner-western heart of Perth, Floreat is around 7 kilometres away from the central city of Perth. The space offers residents a fantastic suburban retreat from the hustle and bustle of the urban environment, with unique modern architecture that's particularly attractive to the younger generation.

Floreat is home to the Floreat forum shopping centre, which offers countless places to eat and enjoy some much-needed retail therapy. There is also a range of sporting facilities to choose from for active residents, including the WA Athletics stadium, and the Bendat Basketball Centre.

According to the most recent census, the current population of Floreat is around 7,899 people, while the average house price falls at approximately $1,350,000. Local schools include Floreat Park Primary, Newman Junior College, Holy Rosary, Newman College, and the International School of WA.

 

Floreat Suburb Facts

 Distance to Perth (km) 10
 Postcode 6015
 Local Government Cambridge
 Local Schools Floreat Park P.S., Newman Junior College, Newman College, Holy Rosary, International School of WA
 Nearby Schools

Holy Spirit School, Newman College (Churchlands) , Holy Rosary School Holy Spirit School (City Beach), John XXIII College (Mount Claremont), Hale School (Wembley Downs)

 Shops Floreat Forum
 Train Stations No train service
 Bus Services Bus service to Perth CBD

 

Floreat Population Overview

 People 7,899
 Male 49.4%
 Female 50.6
 Median 40

 

 Families 2,115
 Average children per family
 For families with children
2
 For all families 1.1

 

 All Private Dwellings 2,829
 Average people per household 3
 Median weekly household income $3,072
 Median monthly mortgage repayment $3,000
 Median weekly rent $600
 Average motor vehicles per dwelling 2.1

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Average House Prices in Floreat

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Wembley

Wembley is a charming western suburb of Perth that has accomplished great things since it was first established in 1831. As the years have passed, Wembley has flourished thanks to its proximity to Lake Monger, and the inner city of Perth too. With countless recreational spaces to explore, Wembley is also an ideal destination for those interested in living an active lifestyle.

Local sports clubs are available for everything from baseball to tennis, football, and lacrosse. With plenty of greenery-bordered streets to explore, and a wide range of shops and restaurants to enjoy in your time away from work, Wembley has something for everyone.

The current population is 11,301, and the average house price falls at around $1,032,500. Local educational options include Lake Monger Primary School, Webley Primary, Leederville TAFE AMTC, and Newman college.

 

Wembley Suburb Facts

 Distance to Perth (km) 7
 Postcode 6014
 Local Government Cambridge
 Local Schools Wembley P.S., Lake Monger P.S., Neman College, Newman Junior College, Churchlands S.H.S., TAFE AMTC Leederville Campus
 Nearby Schools

Holy Spirit School (City Beach), Holy Rosary School (Doubleview), St Dominic's School (Innaloo), John XXIII College (Mount Claremont), St John's School (Scarborough), Hale School (Wembley Downs)

 Shops Floreat Forum
 Train Stations No train service
 Bus Services Bus service to Perth CBD

 

Wembley Population Overview

 People 11,301
 Male 49.2%
 Female 50.8
 Median 35

 

 Families 2,838
 Average children per family
 For families with children
2
 For all families 0.7

 

 All Private Dwellings 5,192
 Average people per household 2.4
 Median weekly household income $1,770
 Median monthly mortgage repayment $2,167
 Median weekly rent $320
 Average motor vehicles per dwelling 1.7

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Average House Prices in Wembley

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West Leederville

Situated in the municipality of Cambridge, Wester Leederville is only a few short kilometres from the centre of Perth, making it an ideal location for those who want to be close to the urban city of Perth, while still enjoying all the benefits of suburban living. With countless stores and recreational spaces to explore, you're sure to find something that appeals to you in West Leederville.

As the earliest residential area to be established in Cambridge, West Leederville has a lot of heritage and history to offer. This location began building most of its houses in 1925, which means that many of the properties have a distinct traditional charm.

As of the latest census, the population of West Leederville was 2,987 people, and the average home price was $1,245,000. Local schools include Aranmore, with nearby locations like Holy Spirit School and Sacred Heart Primary.
 

West Leederville Suburb Facts

 Distance to Perth (km) 2
 Postcode 6007
 Local Government Cambridge
 Local Schools Aranmore (Leederville)
 Nearby Schools

Newman College (Churchlands), Holy Spirit School (City Beach), Sacred Heart Primary School (Highgate)

 Shops Subiaco Pavillion, Subiaco Square, Subiaco Village
 Train Stations Leederville or City West
 Bus Services  

 

West Leederville Population Overview

 People 3,978
 Male 48.7%
 Female 51.3%
 Median 36

 

 Families 987
 Average children per family
 For families with children
1.5
 For all families 0.5

 

 All Private Dwellings 1,900
 Average people per household 2.3
 Median weekly household income $2,097
 Median monthly mortgage repayment $2,500
 Median weekly rent $400
 Average motor vehicles per dwelling 1.6

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Average House Prices in West Leederville

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Crawley

A homely and intimate suburb in the municipalities of Subiaco and Perth, Crawley is the ideal place to settle down with a family or start pursuing your future.

Crawley is home to the University of Western Australia, where countless ambitious students expand their minds and embrace new opportunities. The local university means that the Crawley population includes an eclectic mix of professionals and students.

More than just an educational hub, Crawley also has a lot of natural beauty to offer, thanks to its location on the banks of the Swan River. There are also endless opportunities to see more of Perth, with the yacht club at Pelican Point nearby. Currently, the population of Crawley is 4,095 people, while the median house price is $818,000.

Local schools include the Christ Church Grammar School, Hale School, St Hilda's School for girls, and St Thomas' Primary.

 

Crawley Suburb Facts

 Distance to Perth (km) 3
 Postcode 6009
 Local Government Subiaco
 Local Schools  
 Nearby Schools St Thomas' Primary School (Claremont), Christ Church Grammar School (Claremont), St Hilda's Anglican School for Girl's (Mosman Park), Hale School (Wembley Downs), John XXIII (Mount Claremont), Scotch College (Swanbourne)
 Shops Broadway Fair
 Train Stations No train service
 Bus Services Bus service to Perth CBD

 

Average House Prices in Crawley

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Daglish

Daglish is a small yet attractive Western suburb of Perth, located inside the City of Subiaco. The destination was named after a major of Subiaco, Henry Daglish, who represented Subiaco in state parliament between 1904 and 1905.

Daglish offers an impressive combination of local beauty and modern architecture, with plenty of tree-lined streets ideal for your afternoon stroll. Additionally, the space is served by the Daglish railway station, which provides easy access to the rest of Perth, including the nearby Lake Monger Reserve, and the seaside too.

The current population of Daglish is only 1,419 people, and house prices average at a median of $1,030,000. Local schools include Daglish Primary school, with Scot College and Holy Spirit School nearby.

 

Daglish Suburb Facts

 Distance to Perth (km) 4
 Postcode 6008
 Local Government Subiaco
 Local Schools Daglish P.S.
 Nearby Schools St Thomas' Primary School (Claremont), John XXIII College (Mount Claremont), Christ Church Grammar School (Claremont), Scotch College (Swanbourne), Holy Spirit School (City Beach)
 Shops Subiaco Village, Subiaco Pavillion, Rokebys Crossways
 Train Stations Daglish or Shenton Park
  Bus Services Bus service to Daglish or Shenton Park train stations

 

Average House Prices Daglish 

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Jolimont

Jolimont may be small, but it's still a highly sought-after destination in western Perth. This delightful suburb is brimming with character, only 4 kilometres away from the thriving inner city of Perth. Currently, only 1,402 people are calling Jolimont their home, but that just means that you'll never feel crowded when you're exploring the tree-lined streets.

Only 700-metres big, Jolimont is particularly attractive to those looking for new hobbies and recreational activities.

The Pat Goodridge Hockey Centre is a popular feature, as is the Matthews Netball Court. For a quick weekend excursion, the Daglish train station offers access to nearby cities and towns. The average house price is currently $1,195,000, and Jolimont primary is a delightful local school.
 

Jolimont Suburb Facts

 Distance to Perth (km) 4
 Postcode 6014
 Local Government Subiaco
 Local Schools Jolimont P.S.
 Nearby Schools Christ Church Grammar School (Claremont), Holy Spirit School (City Beach), St Thomas' Primary School (Claremont), John XXIII College (Mount Claremont), Scotch College (Swanbourne)
 Shops Floreat Forum
 Train Stations Leederville, Daglish or Subiaco
 Bus Services Bus service to Leederville, Daglish or Subiaco train stations

 

Average House Prices in Jolimont

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Subiaco

Perhaps one of the most exciting places to live in Western Perth, Subiaco combines thriving nightlife with endless forms of daytime entertainment and fun for the whole family.

Subiaco blends commercial solutions and office space, with stunning architectural residential buildings. There are also plenty of fine dining experiences to enjoy too.

For artistic souls, Subiaco has the Regal Theatre, which is home to a wide selection of ever-changing shows and events. Additionally, you'll only be a short distance away from Lake Monger Reserve if you ever need to take a break in nature. The Subiaco train station offers an easy transportation option.

Currently, the average house price in Subiaco is $1,305,750, and 9,202 people call the space home. Nearby schools include Perth Modern S.H.S and Subiaco primary.

 

Subiaco Suburb Facts

 Distance to Perth (km) 4
 Postcode 6008
 Local  Government Subiaco
 Local Schools Subiaco P.S., Perth Modern S.H.S
 Nearby Schools St Thomas' Primary School (Claremont), John XXIII College (Mount Claremont), Iona Presentation College (Mosman Park), Iona Presentation Primary School (Mosman Park), Christ Church Grammar School (Claremont), St Hilda's Anglican School for Girl's (Mos
 Shops Subiaco Pavillion, Subiaco Square, Subiaco Village
 Train Stations Subiaco
 Bus Services Bus service to Subiaco Train Station

 

Subiaco Population Overview

 People 9,202
 Male 48.7%
 Female 51.3%
 Median 38

 

 Families 2,233
 Average children per family
 For families with children
1.6
 
 For all families 0.4

 

 All Private Dwellings 4,976
 Average people per household 2.1
 Median weekly household income $2,113
 Median monthly mortgage repayment $2,400
 Median weekly rent $450
 Average motor vehicles per dwelling 1.4

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Average House Prices in Subiaco

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Highgate

Characterised by some of the most impressive architecture in Perth, Highgate currently has a population of 2,202 people. Residents can choose from real estate with traditional charm or modern buildings that feature a distinct art deco vibe.

Highgate is best known for its range of dynamic entertainment spots; residents enjoy fine dining, wine bars, and endless stores for when they need a little retail therapy.

There are trendy modern bars for younger generations and traditional taverns for when you want to get back to your roots. What's more, the Astor Theatre offers fantastic views of local talent from all around Perth. Highgate primary school and Sacred heart primary school are the educational options for the area. Currently, the median house price is around $812,778 people.

 

Highgate Suburb Facts

 Distance to Perth (km) 2
 Postcode 6003
 Local Government Vincent
 Local Schools Highgate P.S., Sacred Heart P.S., Perth Ladies College, Mt Lawley TAFE Campus
 Nearby Schools Sacred Heart Primary School, Trinity College (East Perth), St Paul's Primary School (Mount Lawley), Mercedes College (Perth), Perth College (Mount Lawley), Aranmore (Leederville)
 Shops Perth
 Train Stations East Perth
 Bus Services Bus service to Perth CBD or East Perth Train Station

 

Highgate Population Overview

 People 2,202
 Male 50.1%
 Female 49.9%
 Median 33

 

 Families 489
 Average children per family
 For families with children
1.5
 For all families 0.2

 

 All Private Dwellings 1,337
 Average people per household 1.9
 Median weekly household income $1,765
 Median monthly mortgage repayment $2,100
 Median weekly rent $380
 Average motor vehicles per dwelling 1.3

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Average House Prices in Highgate

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Leederville

Characterised by a broad selection of stunning natural sights and fantastic architecture, Leederville is an impressive suburb of Perth. Particularly popular among those who appreciate the great outdoors, Leederville is a place that's brimming with beauty, as well as plenty of street-side cafes and restaurants where you can sit and soak up the scenery.

There's a unique retro vibe in some parts of Leederville that appeals to those with a passion for nostalgia. For instance, the Luna Palace Cinema is a must-see destination for anyone who enjoys a traditional movie experience.

Leederville is also conveniently close to the Lake Monger Reserve and offers plenty of local schools like West Leederville primary, and Aranmore Catholic College. The current population of Leederville is 3,158, and the average house price is $935,000.

 

Leederville Suburb Facts

 Distance to Perth (km) 3
 Postcode 6007
 Local Government Vincent
 Local Schools Aranmore Catholic College, Aranmore Catholic P.S., West Leederville P.S.
 Nearby Schools Trinity College (East Perth) , Sacred Heart Primary School (Highgate) , Perth College (Mount Lawley) , St Paul's Primary School (Mount Lawley)
 Shops Subiaco
 Train Stations Leederville or West Leederville
 Bus Services Bus service to Leederville or West Leederville train stations

 

Leederville Population Overview

 People 3,158
 Male 49%
 Female 51%
 Median 33

 

 Families 747
 Average children per family
 For families with children
1.6
 For all families 0.4

 

 All Private Dwellings 1,600
 Average people per household 2.1
 Median weekly household income $2,222
 Median monthly mortgage repayment $2,300
 Median weekly rent $450
 Average motor vehicles per dwelling 1.5

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Mount Hawthorn

A destination that's both conveniently close to the city centre of Perth, and far enough removed that you can enjoy a break from the chaos from time to time. Mount Hawthorn has everything you could want for the best of both worlds. Beloved for its heritage architecture, Mount Hawthorn offers a highly traditional space to raise a family, along with a lot of insights into Perth's history.

Mount Hawthorn is steeped in Heritage, with a moving war memorial in Anzac Cottage, built during 1916.

For those who enjoy staying in the now, there are also plenty of social entertainment options to appreciate, including alehouses, music venues, and more. As of the most recent census, the population is 7,547, while the average house price is $875,000. The area is served by Cranmore catholic college, Aranmore Catholic primary, and Mt Hawthorn primary.

 

Mount Hawthorn Suburb Facts

 Distance to Perth (km) 7
 Postcode 6014
 Local Government Cambridge
 Local Schools Floreat Park P.S., Newman Junior College , Newman College, Holy Rosary, International School of WA
 Nearby Schools Holy Spirit School, Newman College (Churchlands), Holy Rosary School (Doubleview), John XXIII College (Mount Claremont), Christ Church Grammar School (Claremont), Scotch College (Swanbourne), Hale School (Wembley Downs)
 Shops The Boulevard, Floreat Forum
 Train Stations No train service
 Bus Services Bus service to Perth CBD

 

Mount Hawthorn Population Overview

 People 7,547
 Male 48.4%
 Female 51.6%
 Median 36

 

 Families 2,007
 Average children per family
 For families with children
1.8
 For all families 0.8

 

 All Private Dwellings 3,139
 Average people per household 2.6
 Median weekly household income $2,344
 Median monthly mortgage repayment $2,500
 Median weekly rent $425
 Average motor vehicles per dwelling 1.8

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North Perth

To the north of Perth, only 5 kilometres out of the central city, North Perth offers a diverse cultural experience for people from all backgrounds. Currently, the space is home to more than 8,500 people, and it provides everything you could want for a delightful lifestyle, including delicious restaurants, and a local shopping centre.

When it comes to architecture, North Perth has designs to suit almost any taste, with traditional renovated buildings, or the latest modern creations to choose from. One of the most compelling buildings in the region is the Rosemount hotel, which acts as a central hub for talent and live music in the area.

There are also plenty of natural spaces to explore, including the Woodville reserve and Hyde Park. The current median price of a house in North Perth is $835,250.

School options include Leederville TAFE, Aranmore Catholic college, and North Perth Primary.

 

North Perth Suburb Facts

 Distance to Perth (km) 5
 Postcode 6006
 Local Government Vincent
 Local Schools North Perth P.S., Aranmore Catholic College, Leederville TAFE, Kyilla P.S
 Nearby Schools Our Lady's Assumption School (Dianella), Trinity College (East Perth) , Sacred Heart Primary School (Highgate), Perth College (Mount Lawley)
 Shops North Perth Plaza
 Train Stations Leederville
 Bus Services Bus service to Perth CBD

 

North Perth Population Overview

 People 8,744
 Male 49.4%
 Female 50.6%
 Median 37

 

 Families 2,135
 Average children per family
 For families with children
1.7
 For all families 0.6

 

 All Private Dwellings 4,105
 Average people per household 2.4
 Median weekly household income $2,074
 Median monthly mortgage repayment $2,400
 Median weekly rent $415
 Average motor vehicles per dwelling 1.7

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East Perth

A suburb popular for its peaceful atmosphere, East Perth is located around 2 kilometres from Perth city, close enough for easy access to urban facilities, yet far enough removed that the space has its own tranquil charm.

East Perth is highly sought-after by families thanks to its idyllic riverside landscapes and views. Currently, there are more than 10,596 people that call this destination home.

East Perth has plenty to offer people from all backgrounds, including sporting venues, eateries, incredible bars, and sports clubs. The Royal Street. The suburb also features the WACA, which is the home of cricket for Western Australia - making it an excellent destination for sports fans.

The average house price today is $950,000, with nearby schools including Mercedes College and Trinity College.

 

East Perth Suburb Facts

 Distance to Perth (km) 2
 Postcode 6004
 Local Government  Perth & Vincent
 Nearby Schools Trinity College, Mercedes College (Perth
 Shops Perth City, Trinity College
 Train Stations Claisebrook or McIver
 Bus Services Perth Bus Depot

 

East Perth Population Overview

 People 10,596
 Male 52.5%
 Female 47.5%
 Median 33

 

 Families 2,396
 Average children per family
 For families with children
1.3
 For all families 0.2

 

 All Private Dwellings 6,565
 Average people per household 1.9
 Median weekly household income $1,868
 Median monthly mortgage repayment $2,167
 Median weekly rent $435
 Average motor vehicles per dwelling 1.2

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Northbridge

An eclectic suburb just a few kilometres from the heart of Perth, Northbridge offers a vast selection of cultural experiences to explore, ranging from fast-paced urban nightlife to award-winning restaurants and dining experiences.

Northbridge also features Perth's local China Town, which makes it a fantastic destination for those who enjoy Asian culture and cuisine.

For people with an eye for heritage, the Western Australia Museum is situated within Northbridge, alongside the Northbridge Piazza, where you can find plenty of modern and traditional movie and music experiences. Every year, the space hosts exciting celebrations like the International Arts Festival.

Currently, the population of Northbridge is 1,307, and the average house price is $1,150,000. Nearby schools include Trinity College, Sacred Heart Primary, Mercedes College, and St Paul's Primary.

 

Northbridge Suburb Facts

 Distance to Perth (km) 1
 Postcode 6003
 Local Government  Perth
 Nearby Schools

Sacred Heart Primary School (Highgate), Trinity College (East Perth), St Paul's Primary School (Mount Lawley), Mercedes College (Perth), Perth College (Mount Lawley)

 Shops Perth City
 Train Stations Perth
 Bus Services Local Bus Service

 

Northbridge Population Overview

 People 1,307
 Male 54.9%
 Female 45.1%
 Median 33

 

 Families 197
 Average children per family
 For families with children
1.2
 For all families 0.1

 

 All Private Dwellings 791
 Average people per household 1.9
 Median weekly household income $1,767
 Median monthly mortgage repayment $1,997
 Median weekly rent $430
 Average motor vehicles per dwelling 1

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West Perth

West Perth is the ideal destination for those who love nature and outdoor entertainment. Only a short stroll from Perth City, this suburb is home to the iconic Kings Park, a location that provides a fantastic view of the rest of Perth, as well as plenty of ways to relax and recuperate after a day at work.

Popular among budding professionals and entrepreneurs, West Perth features a thriving business scene, as well as plenty of areas where you can get active.

The Jacob's Ladder staircase provides 242 steps of cardio-crunching exercise, followed by some of the most incredible views in the region. Currently, around 5,608 people call West Perth their home, and the median price for a house falls at $740,000. Local schools include Mercedes College, John XXIII College, and Trinity College.

 

West Perth Suburb Facts

 Distance to Perth (km) 4
 Postcode 6005
 Local Government  Perth
 Nearby Schools

John XXIII College (Mount Claremont), Mercedes College (Perth), Trinty College (East Perth), Aranmore (Leederville)

 Shops Perth City
 Train Stations City West or West Leederville
 Bus Services Clipper Bus Service to Perth CBD

 

West Perth Population Overview

 People 5,608
 Male 51.7%
 Female 48.3%
 Median 33

 

 Families 1,192
 Average children per family
 For families with children
1.3
 For all families 0.2

 

 All Private Dwellings 3,676
 Average people per household 1.8
 Median weekly household income $1,731
 Median monthly mortgage repayment $2,000
 Median weekly rent $400
 Average motor vehicles per dwelling 1.2

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