Applecross

Premium. Riverside. Views.

Applecross is one of Perth’s premium suburbs, with many luxurious homes enjoying city and river views. The suburb takes its name from the Applecross peninsula on the northwest coast of Scotland, which accounts for the many Scottish street names in the area.

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North Fremantle

Historic. Gateway. Trendy.

North Fremantle is a friendly suburb located within the City of Fremantle, bordered by the Swan River and the Indian Ocean. It is easily distinguished by a red dingo painted on the side of the heritage-listed, working flour mill. 

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Claremont

Vibrant. Riverside. Diverse.

Claremont is a beautiful, eclectic suburb which is highly sought after due to its premium schools, shops, restaurants, parklands and recreational facilities.  It also offers a wonderfully convenient lifestyle, being located within easy reach of both the Perth CBD and Cottesloe Beach.

 

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Joondalup

North. Transport. Developing.

With 17 km of glorious Indian Ocean beaches, the City of Joondalup regards itself as ‘the jewel of Perth’s Sunset Coast.’  Joondalup is both the name of a suburb and the City within which it resides, located approximately 25 km north of Perth’s CBD. 

 

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Scarborough

Popular. Surf. Upgrade.

The tall Rendevous Hotel can be seen for miles along Western Australia’s Sunset Coast, marking the position of Scarborough on the edge of the Indian Ocean.  The Hotel was originally built for the 1987 America’s Cup challenge, and is still the only high-rise hotel allowed on the foreshore.

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West Leederville

Historic.  Central.  Thriving.

Established in the 1890’s, West Leederville is another of Perth’s city-fringe suburbs that appeals to people who work in the CBD and value convenience.  The broader area was originally formed from the sale and subdivision of the estate of William Leeder.

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