Introduction to North Perth for new migrants to Western Australia
Perth is one of the longest capital cities in Australia, it is services by a rail network that accesses northern Metro Perth from Joondalup also services suburbs as far South as Mandurah and Rockingham.
Joondalup, Beldon, Burns Beach, Connolly, Craigie, Currambine, Duncraig, Edgewater, Greenwood, Heathridge. Mullaloo, Ocean Reef, Padbury, Sorrento, Warwick, Woodvale, Kinross, Hillarys, Iluka, Kallaroo, Kingsley and Marmion.
Joondalup is the North is a model modern city and a regional hub, its home to many Perth commuters and provides access to parks, lakes and a massive shaping centre, it’s also has cinemas and bowling alleys and golf on offer.
Joondalup is 25 minutes from Perth CBD by train and about 35 minutes by road, it also has a very good bus service connecting all the suburbs to Perth City
North Perth also has a beautiful coast line and has Hillarie’s, Burns Beach ( convenient to Joondalup) and Sorrento , this resort type area offers, beaches, and ferry services to Rotto, play areas for children, shops, and restaurants. Hillarie’s is fast becoming a tourist hotspot. Property is this area is a bit pricy but then the lifestyle is perfect too.
Affordable suburbs in Northern Perth
Craigie, Currambine, Duncraig, Beldon Connolly, Craigie, Currambine, Duncraig, Edgewater, Greenwood, Mullaloo, Ocean Reef, Padbury, Warwick, Woodvale, Kinross, Iluka, Kallaroo, Kingsley and Marmion as all pretty decent suburbs where there is plenty of affordable housing and good local schools and child care facilities. Most people in this area use the Joondalup shopping centre for their main shopping and recreational needs. The shopping centre has most major international and Australian brands available.
The Northern rail line is easily accessible to these suburbs and there is plenty of parking available to park your car if you are commuting the bus service connects all there suburbs effectively making life easy for residents.
Joondalup offers a state of the art hospital to service this community.
Joondalup is also home to the Edith Cowen University http://www.ecu.edu.au/about-ecu/our-campuses/joondalup-campus. This campus adds a young vibrant ingredient to this already sought after part of Metro Perth