Girrawheen is just 15 kilometres from the Perth CBD and falls within the City of Wanneroo. In less than 25 minutes the Mitchell Freeway will get you into the city centre. If you prefer public transport, you can be in the city in 45 minutes – either take one of the local buses or make your way to Warwick Train Station and get the Joondalup Line straight to the CBD.
Whether you want to walk, swim, or play, you’ll never pass up an offer to head down to the seaside when it’s this close. You can reach beaches like Mettams Pool and Trigg Beach within 14 minutes.
For some dry fun, there are numerous parks dotted through the suburb and many offer courts, ovals and other sporting facilities. A library and community centre are located adjacent to Summerfield shopping area, and a recreation centre also serves local residents.
Girrawheen has many great amenities including two local shopping centres – Newpark and Summerfield. Newpark has an IGA, bar, fast food options and even a gym. There are various shopping precincts nearby, including Warwick Grove and The Square Mirrabooka a few suburbs over. For major shopping retail spots, Westfield Innaloo, Karrinyup Shopping Centre, and Morley Galleria are just 20 minutes away.
Girrawheen is very ethically mixed and the many religious denominations are well catered to with the suburb being home to four churches – Uniting and Baptist churches, Catholic and non-denominational, a Buddhist monastery, and a mosque.
Girrawheen has three primary schools and one high school. Hudson Park Primary School, Roseworth Primary School, Our Lady of Mercy Primary, and Girrawheen Senior High School. There is also Emmanuel Christian Community School, a co-educational school accepting students from Kindergarten to Year 12. There are lots of great schools in neighbouring suburbs including Mercy College, Burbridge School, Balga Senior High School and North Balga Primary School.
The population of Girrawheen is 8,572 with a density of 2,104 persons per square km. The suburb is heavily populated with established couples and families, older couples and families and independent youth, who combined represent 46.1% of total residents.
Annual growth of the suburb is sitting at 21.7%. Based on settled sales as of 7 February 2022, the median land price in the suburb is $167,000 (reiwa.com.au).
As of 11 February 2022, there are currently 28 land lots available in Girrawheen, and 79 available in nearby suburbs (domain.com.au).
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