Just a short 6km from the CBD, Bayswater is nestled between surrounding suburbs of Maylands, Bedford, Embleton Ashfield and Ascot. It also shares borders with a stunning stretch of the Swan River. Riverside Gardens hosts a magical green front along the river with countless spots to picnic and explore.
Baywater will be super convenient for your commute to work. Jump on the Midland Railway line, and you’ll reach work within a half hour. From Bayswater, a drive along Whatley Crescent, and you will hit the city in 15 minutes.
What do residents in Bayswater have to say? One resident on Homely wrote, “Bayswater is perfect for all types of people. Families, couples, professionals and the elderly. There is something here to suit every lifestyle. There are shops, restaurants, schools, bus stops and the train station all close by. As well as the river, bird sanctuary and plenty of parks for your dogs and children.”
If you’re looking for a relaxing suburb to raise your family whilst being centrally located, Bayswater will be perfect for you. What are some of the key drawcards to the area? Aside from its ideal location and beautiful stretch of land across the Swan River, residents in Bayswater are serviced by many facilities.
The aquatic centre hosts the only Wave Pool in WA, perfect for keeping the kids busy come school holidays. If your family has a tonne of hobbies, they can keep busy at the golf course, tennis courts or skate park nearby.
When it comes to education, Bayswater is in a prime spot to have your pick of where to send your kids to school. Primary schools include Bayswater Primary School, St Columba’s School, Durham Road School, Hillcrest Primary School, Maylands Peninsula Primary School, Embleton Primary School and Inglewood Primary School. High schools nearby are Durham Road School, Chisholm Catholic College, John Forrest Secondary College, Cyril Jackson Senior Campus, Hampton Senior High School, Perth College and Mount Lawley Senior High School.
The population of Bayswater is just over 14,432 with a density of 1,468 persons per square km. Independent youth, established couples and families and older couples and families make up the largest percentage of the population totalling 44.6%.
The annual growth of the suburb is sitting at 10.5%. Based on settled sales as of 24 January 2022, the median land price in the suburb is $417,500 (reiwa.com.au).
As of 26 January 2022, there are 16 land lots available in Bayswater with approximately 88 lots available in nearby suburbs (domain.com.au).
If Bayswater 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.