A Snapshot

Located only 30 kilometers from the CBD in Perth’s southeast, the City of Armadale is a rapidly growing strategic regional metropolitan centre.

The suburb has a direct link to Perth Airport via Tonkin Highway and is easily accessed by major transport infrastructure including road and rail networks.

Armadale offers the benefit of living in a modern city nestled amongst the long renowned vineyards and orchards, green open spaces, lush bushland, undulating hills, scenic rivers and picturesque valleys with a backdrop of the Darling Ranges. Add this to quality shopping centres, golfing and swimming locations, cultural history, heritage and our fabulous parks, all in close proximity – and you have a unique mix of City hills living with a diversity of housing and lifestyle choices.

Visitors to Armadale will find a wide range of sporting facilities, shopping centres, natural attractions, history, excellent dining, boutique wineries and events.

Armadale is one of the fastest growing local government areas in Western Australia, with a  population of 92,009 at 30 January 2017 ( Source: ID Forecast)

Champion Lakes is home to the Regatta Centre, a world-class competition venue for rowing, canoeing, dragon boating, triathlon events and other national and international water sport competitions. It also has the only public lakeside beach in the metropolitan area with barbeques and public toilet facilities.

Armadale also has a variety of educational institutions. There are a total of 22 primary and nine high schools within the City of Armadale.

The Armadale City Centre is a gateway for retail, commercial and residential activity for the next 20 years. Businesses, developers and residents alike are drawn to the attractive and affordable investment options available and the forecasted growth the area is expected to experience in the years to come.

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The Armadale City Centre is one of eight designated Strategic Metropolitan Centers in the State’s Government’s Metropolitan Plan and is the primary center of the southeast region of the metropolitan area.