Hammond Park

Hammond Park is a relatively new suburb, previously part of Banjup. It is approximately 27 kilometres from the Perth CBD and is located within the City of Cockburn. Being a developing suburb, there is tremendous growth in terms of developments and facilities, making it an ideal suburb for young families as well as investors. Hammond Park boasts a vibrant community, convenient location, extensive services, and plenty of recreational activities to please the entire family.

It’s location near the Cockburn Train Station makes catching a bus or train into the city hassle-free. By car, you’ll reach the city in around 25 minutes thanks to a convenient drive straight down the Kwinana Freeway. If you’re keen to head into the City of Fremantle to visit one of the many tourist landmarks, this will also be a 25-minute drive.

The highlight of this suburb is the vast nature reserves available for you to explore. Thompson’s Lake Nature Reserve and Harry Waring Marsupial Reserve are both fenced to keep out feral felines and protect the beautiful wild animals you might discover inside. The reserves are home to local marsupials like sugar possums, echidnas and kangaroos, as well as thousands of international bird species, that flock to the lake each year. There are several walking paths and car parks to make this slice of Australian wildlife accessible for everyone.

Looking for family fun? Besides the reserves, Botany Park has been ranked one of the top parks in the City of Cockburn for its shaded playground and proximity to nearby shops and cafes. The Park Hive has all your shopping, pharmacy and caffeine needs, with the convenience of the larger Cockburn Gateway Shopping City less than a ten-minute drive away.

In early 2021 construction began for the Frankland Park Sports and Community Facility. The multipurpose facility will include amenities to cater for the Hammond Park Junior Football Club and Melville Braves Baseball Club. The facility will comprise club and function spaces, food and beverage areas, toilets, change rooms, toilets and showers. External sporting facilities will include two fenced grass ovals with lighting for AFL use, a baseball batting cage, exercise equipment and a spectator viewing area. A carpark for 151 cars will have shade trees and lighting. Construction of the facility is expected to be completed in early 2022.

Hammond Park offers families the choice between two primary schools and one high school. Catering for young families, there is the public Hammond Park Primary School as well as the private Hammond Park Catholic Primary School. Close by is also Mater Christi Catholic Primary School, which is in the neighbouring suburb of Yangebup. The high school in the suburb is Hammond Park Secondary College, and options nearby are Atwell College in Atwell, and Emmanuel Catholic College in Success.

The population of Hamersley is 4,886 with a density of 1,136 persons per square km. The suburb is heavily populated with maturing couples and families representing 25.3%, followed by established couples and families at 16.8%, then independent youth who represent 15.4%.

Annual growth of the suburb is sitting at 7.3%. Based on settled sales as of 7 February 2022, the median land price in the suburb is $259,900 (reiwa.com.au).

As of 14 February 2022, there are currently 9 land lots available in Hamersley, and 381 available in nearby suburbs (domain.com.au).

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