Halls Head

Halls Head is a large residential suburb within the City of Mandurah that was established in the 1830’s. It is approximately 75 kilometres from the Perth CBD. Halls Head is one of four Mandurah suburbs (along with Erskine, Falcon and Wannanup) that lie on an island bound by the Mandurah Estuary to the north, the Peel-Harvey Estuary to the east, the Dawesville Channel to the south and the Indian Ocean to the west.

Halls Head is a diverse suburb with both residential and commercial uses and features a number of landmarks like Robert Point, Doddies Beach, Blue Bay and Polleys Hole. There is plenty of nature to explore in and around Halls Head. Samphire Cove Reserve is a great spot to kayak overlooking the estuary. There are BBQ facilities, sheltered tables, big grassed areas and toilets making it great for a weekend family excursion. If you fancy the water, Errington Cove and Back Beach are only a 3–5-minute drive and perfect for an evening stroll to watch the sunset, a nice relaxing dip in the ocean or a casual morning walk with your furry friend.

The residential area and contains several canal estates developed in the 1980s. Current land releases are available at Nerimba Estate, nestled between the Mandurah cafe strip and the waterways. Nerimba Estate is a short walk from foreshore reserves, a cast away from estuary fishing, and across the road from Halls Head Shopping Centre. All within close proximity to Mandurah’s best attractions, including the recently refurbished Mandurah Country Club – an 18-hole championship facility that caters for all golfers. It’s the perfect location to build your dream home. Lot sizes range between 268sqm and 607sqm, with house and land packages priced from $400,000.

The Halls Head district centre features a large shopping centre – Halls Head Central Shopping Centre which offers a Kmart, Coles, alfresco dining precinct, children’s playground and over 50 speciality stores. There are also medical and ancillary facilities, and community facilities like the Halls Head Recreation Centre.

Also in the suburb are four primary schools – Glencoe Primary, Halls Head Primary, South Halls Head Primary and Frederick Irwin Anglican School, and one high school – Halls Head College.

The population of Halls Head is 15,151 with a density of 1,496 persons per square km. Of the families in Halls Head, 34.5% were couple families with children, 48.3% were couple families without children and 9.3% were one parent families.

Annual growth of the suburb is sitting at 14%. Based on settled sales as of 11 July 2022, the median land price in the suburb is $301,050 (reiwa.com.au).

If Halls Head sounds like your cup of tea, why not make the next step? Contact our Sales & Design Team so we can get you started with a house and land package or custom build.