Quindalup is a charming seaside town in the South West region of WA. It is located approximately 198 kilometres from the Perth CBD and a 3-hour drive by car. It is situated along Caves Road between Busselton and Dunsborough on the picturesque shores of Geographe Bay. It is a popular holiday destination thanks to its pristine beaches and abundant wildlife.

As a resident of Quindalup, you will get to enjoy the relaxed laid-back lifestyle with easy access to all that the South West has to offer. If you head south of Quindalup you’re right in the heart of the magnificent Margaret River wine region offering award-winning wines, tastings, tours and gourmet food. It is also a great little cultural hub with street art, diverse galleries and boutique shops to browse around in.

If you lead an active lifestyle then you won’t be disappointed with the many opportunities for outdoor recreation, such as swimming, surfing, fishing, snorkelling, hiking and cycling. Popular beaches nearby include Yallingup Beach – home to the Yallingup Reef which is full of diverse marine life and an excellent spot for snorkelling and diving; and Meelup Beach which has calm shallow waters – perfect for families with young children.

The area surrounding Quindalup is known for its natural beauty, with many parks and trails for hiking and exploring. If you’re an avid hiker, then the Cape to Cape Track should be on your to-do-list. The 135-kilometre trail leads you from Cape Naturaliste to Cape Leeuwin, passing long sandy beaches, dramatic granite headlands, tall karri tree forests, caves, blankets of spring wildflowers and nightly ocean sunsets. It’s one of the most diverse walking treks on earth.

The closest major shopping centre for Quindalup residents is Dunsborough Centrepoint and Dunsborough Park Shopping Centre. Both located about a 10-minute drive away and the best option for groceries and speciality shops. For those looking for a more unique shopping experience, there are several local markets held regularly in the South West, such as the Margaret River Farmers Market, the Dunsborough Country Markets, and the Busselton Foreshore Markets, where you can find a range of locally produced goods, including fresh produce, handmade crafts, and artisanal products.

Quindalup is a very family-friendly neighbourhood with lots of quality schools nearby. Dunsborough Primary School and Our Lady Of The Cape Primary School are the closest primary schools, both within a 7-kilometre drive. Cape Naturaliste College is the closest high school, followed by Busselton Senior High School which is a 23-minute drive. For tertiary studies, there is a South Regional TAFE in Busselton.

The population of Quindalup is estimated to be 1,336. Couples without children make up 53.3% of the population, followed by couples with children at 41.5%. Single parent families make up 3.2%.

Annual growth of the suburb is sitting at -0.6%. Based on settled sales as of 2 April 2023, the median land price in the suburb is $1,440,000 (reiwa.com.au).

As of 3 April 2023, there are 9 land lots available in Quindalup with approximately 117 lots available in nearby suburbs (domain.com.au).

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