The newly redeveloped Mineral Resources Park is home to the West Coast Eagles and the Perth Demons. The precinct contains two AFL sized ovals, administration and training facilities for both men’s and women’s football programs, a merchandise store, a start-of-the-art function space, and café, as well as being home to the Wirrpanda Foundation.
The South Metropolitan TAFE Carlisle Campus is Western Australia’s major centre for automotive training. Western Australia’s premier centre for refrigeration, air conditioning and associated studies is also run on this campus.
In a prime location, bounded by the Great Eastern Highway in the north, the Graham Farmer Freeway and Orrong Road in the east, Roberts Road and Miller Street in the south, and the railway line in the west, Lathlain is predominately residential but is also home to a number of small local centres, containing cafes, restaurants, retail and beauty salons.
Located at one of the main entrance points to the Perth CBD, Burswood South is a predominantly commercial precinct with thousands of square metres of floor space. As well as being well serviced by public transport, it is close to the river and abuts the beautiful G.O. Edwards Park.
Located just minutes from the Perth CBD, with river frontages and great connectivity through Canning Highway and Shepperton Road, Victoria Park consists primarily of residential housing, as well as a diverse mix of cafes, restaurants, bars, retail, supermarkets, car yards, gymnasiums and historic hotels.
Carlisle has fantastic road and rail connectivity, with two stations (Carlisle and Oats Street) located within the suburb. Archer Street is the heart of the Carlisle community with a variety of businesses in small scale traditional shopfronts.
One of Perth’s core industrial precincts, the Welshpool Industrial Zone takes up nearly 8.2 square kilometres, with nearly 700 businesses providing 13,000 jobs.
The Curtin University and Bentley Technology Park precinct is at the forefront of WA’s knowledge economy, with plans to develop a major innovation precinct that will lay the foundations for job growth and support the growing ecosystem of innovators and entrepreneurs choosing to locate within the Town.
East Victoria Park is a vibrant inner city suburb consisting primarily of residential housing with significant character and heritage charm, as well as a unique commercial and entertainment strip.
Just 7km from the CBD, St James is the commercial and residential gateway to the Town from the south.
South Metropolitan TAFE’s Bentley campus is well known for its hospitality, fashion and vet nursing studies. Home to Perth’s longest running fashion training institute, the Bentley campus is well regarded by the fashion industry.
The Albany Highway retail and hospitality strip consists of three town centres, St James, East Victoria Park and Victoria Park. Each town centre has it’s own unique characteristics, retail and hospitality offerings.
The 370 metre long Matagarup Bridge opened in July 2018 and has been a vital link connecting the Burswood Peninsula to East Perth and the CBD ever since. The bridge design symbolises a ‘coming together of diverse cultures’. The flowing arches can represent a pair of black and white swans or the Wagyl, a water-serpent of great importance to local Noongar culture.
More than just a pedestrian bridge, Matagarup Bridge is a tourist attraction in its own right. Soon be home to a zip line and bridge climb experience, there is also feature lighting on the arches illuminating the bridge throughout the year.
With multiple hotels, pools, bars and restaurants, not to mention entertainment ranging from theatre shows through to live music, Crown Perth is your one-stop entertainment hub.
Optus Stadium is a multi-purpose world-class venue, with a commitment to a ‘fans first’ experience. With 60,000 seats, Optus Stadium is the third largest venue in Australia and was awarded the Most Beautiful Stadium in the World in the 2019 Prix Versailles international architecture awards.)
The Stadium hosts a variety of sports and entertainment events, including Australian Football League, International and Big Bash League cricket, soccer, rugby league and union, plus concerts. Surrounded by the Stadium Park, there is everything from nature playgrounds in the Chevron Parklands to the BHP Boardwalk and Amphitheatre, picnic areas for a family barbeque and public art.
Belmont Park is the heart of horseracing on the Burswood Peninsula. With a jam packed calendar of races, big entertainment days and a range of restaurants and bars available, there is is something for everyone.
Hawaiian’s Park Centre is located on Albany Highway in East Victoria Park, near John McMillan Park and the Victoria Park Library. It contains a newly refurbished Coles Supermarket, Kmart, specialty stores and cafes.
Victoria Park Central is a local shopping centre located in Victoria Park. It includes 25 specialty stores, as well as Woolworths.
Technology Park Bentley is a diverse technology hub, home to more than 100 organisations, ranging from technology based industry, research and development, academia and support organisations. Many leading local, national and international science and technology companies are based in Technology Park, including Curtin University, CSIRO, Pfizer, Horizon Power, NEC and Icon Technologies.
Curtin University Bentley is the largest university in Western Australia. It has a strong reputation for research excellence, strong connections with industry and a range of innovative courses.
Just 3km from the CBD, this precinct is a real game changer. Already home to Crown Perth, Optus Stadium, the Camfield, Burswood Park, Belmont Park Racecourse and the State Tennis Centre it is the Town’s entertainment centre.