Australind is a town in the local government area of the Shire of Harvey and approximately 148 kilometres from the Perth CBD. Travelling by car takes approximately two hours from Perth, an hour from Mandurah, and only 20 minutes from Bunbury.

Australind is a water wonderland surrounded by water. It is bordered to the south by the Collie River, to the west by the Leschenault Estuary and to the east by the Brunswick River. With so much water, it’s obvious locals are never short of a place to go boating, sailing, windsurfing and fishing.

Australind has a number of residential estates including Treendale, Clifton Park, Galway Green Park and Kingston Estate. Land is currently available at Kingston Estate starting from $185,800 with block sizes ranging from 600sqm up to 770sqm. Kingston Estate delivers exclusive, private residential living enclosed within a lively, spirited community that has been developing over the past 15 years. It is surrounded by natural parklands and conveniently located with all the services, facilities and amenities the modern Australian family needs.

Residents of Australind can enjoy all the attributes of living close to the coast, while being part of a connected community. There’s plenty to do to keep active – the local Australind Skate Park and Leschenault Leisure Centre are always popular with the children, and for the grown-ups there’s the 18-hole Bunbury Golf Club in Australind, which hosts the annual South West Open each June.

If you’re after water activities – fishing, crabbing and prawning are popular, with silver bream and whiting being the most caught. If you love a hike, a visit to Leschenault Peninsula Nature Reserve should be on the cards. Here you’ll get to admire the native flora and fauna such as kangaroos and black swans. The Australind Heritage Trail is another great walk down memory lane with important cottages, parks, cemeteries and churches on show.

For all your shopping needs, the Australind Village Shopping Centre has a Coles, Aldi and various speciality stores. Other nearby shopping destinations include the Treendale Shopping Centre, a Bunnings and a 24/7 Spudshed.

For schooling options, Australind has two high schools – Australind Senior High School and Our Lady of Mercy College, as well as six primary schools – Australind, Treendale, Clifton Park, Parkfield, Kingston and Leschenault Catholic Primary School.

The population of Australind is estimated to be 16,616 with a population density of 717.4 persons per square kilometre. Couples with children make up 43% of the town population, followed by couples without children at 42.3%. Single-parent families make up 10.3%.

If Australind 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.