Suburb Profiles
Greenwood

Population 9,611 (Census 2011). Established 1970. Area 5.3 km2. Location 17km's from Perth CBD. Local Government Authority - City Of Joondalup
 Property Analysis
 Sales Year To December 2012 Quarter - 167. Median Sales Price Year To 30th December 2012 - 3 bedroom homes $525,000 - 4 bedroom homes $560,000. Quarterly Change In Annual Median +11.7% (3 bed homes), +3.7% (4 bed homes) Annual Change For 1 Year 6.3%, Average Annual Change For 5 Years 3.0%, Highest Sale Price Year to December 2012 - $705,000
 Source: reiwa (Market Update - December 2012 quarter)
Schools
 - Greenwood College
 - Greenwood Primary School
 - West Greenwood Primary School
 - Liwara Catholic Primary School
 Shopping
 Canham Way - a small commercial/industrial area includes a variety of businesses including a butcher, tyre store, landscaping supplies, martial arts, reticulation, hardware, thrift shop, electrical wholesalers and others.
Greenwood Village Shopping Centre (Calectasia Street). includes a Coles supermarket and a range of other retailers, including a butcher, bakery, greengrocer, pharmacy, pizza shop, newsagent, two hair salons, Post Office and others. In the general vicinity of the shopping centre is a BP Service Station and the nationally acclaimed Greenwood Tavern.
 Coolibah Plaza Shopping Centre (trades 7 days a week) there are 10 businesses in the centre including a Farmer Jacks supermarket.
 Transport
The suburb is served by Transperth bus routes 445, 446, 447, 455 and 457 running in both directions between the Warwick and Whitford rail interchange stations. The suburb has it's own Railway Station on the Northern Suburbs Line where a regular shuttle service operates to Perth & Joondalup.
Sport
Penistone Reserve is a large reserve that caters for cricket, lacrosse, football and soccer. It is adjacent to the Greenwood Primary School. The Greenwood Cricket Club play at the reserve.
 
Blackall Reserve, adjacent to the former Greenwood Primary School site, is also a popular sporting area. Cricket is played on the concrete and astroturf pitch. Other sports and leisure activities are carried out on the oval.
 
Warrigal Park, near Greenwood College just next to the schools soccer oval is a popular sporting area where Australian Rules Football is played.
 
Greenwood Park, just next to Greenwood Train Station off Wahroonga way is a large park that has a BMX track and a basketball hoop.
 
Oleaster Reserve, next to Blackall Drive has a good playground and a basketball hoop.
 
The Rob Hancock Memorial Golf Course is the only free Disc Golf course in Western Australia. It is located on Mulligan Drive. It has nine holes, and hold tournaments throughout the year.





DUNCRAIG

WHY DUNCRAIG?
This verdant suburb really began to buzz during the 1970s development boom and is now well established as a popular setting for family homes. From the centre of Duncraig, it's just three kilometres west to Sorrento Beach and the big recreation and resort development of Hillarys Boat Harbour where you'll find the world famous Aquarium of Western Australia.
The suburb is very popular with families because of its good schools, attractive parks and affordability relative to other suburbs a kilometre nearer the coast.

INTRODUCTION
Duncraig is a northern suburb of Perth, the capital city of Western Australia, and is located 16 kilometres (10 miles) north of Perth's central business district (CBD) between Marmion Avenue and Mitchell Freeway. Its Local Government Area is the City of Joondalup

The bulk of the suburb was built in the mid-1970s, with infrastructure being built almost at the same time - Davallia Primary School (February 1974), Duncraig Library (July 1974) and Duncraig Primary School (February 1975). In 1979, the Carine Glades tavern on Beach Road (now "The Carine"), Glengarry Private Hospital and Duncraig Senior High School all opened.
In 1984, the Uniting Church in Australia opened St Stephen's School, a secondary, co-educational day school, in the northeastern corner of the suburb, which expanded to include a primary school in 1993. In 1986, the suburb was finally linked directly to the CBD via the Mitchell Freeway.

POPULATION & DEMOGRAPHICS
The 2011 census shows that 15,026 people are living in Duncraig, with median age 40. At the ABS 2006 census, Duncraig had a mostly above-average-income white population of 15,325 people living in 5,384 dwellings. The ABS identified many managers and professionals living within the suburb

SCHOOL & EDUCATION
Duncraig Senior High School - It is an Independent Public School. Although still a state school, it has greater autonomy and flexibility in managing its educational programme. http://www.duncraigshs.wa.edu.au/
St Stephen's School - A co-educational Christian school of the Uniting Church for Kindergarten to Year 12. Inspiring learning that transforms and empowers lives. http://www.ststephens.wa.edu.au/
Poynter Primary School - This school has a proud academic tradition of providing quality educational learning opportunities across all the learning areas. Enrolments are consistently around 400 students and national testing results support the school's reputation for strong academic achievement. http://www.poynterps.wa.edu.au/
Glengarry Primary School - Its desire to implement pedagogical best practice including well resourced technology (interactive whiteboards across the school), use of instructional strategies to maximise individual potential (i.e. goal setting) in a team orientated environment, will see students equipped with the necessary tools for a changing society and with the ability to think independently. http://www.glengarry.wa.edu.au
Duncraig Primary School - All staff and students are strongly encouraged to actively practise the school's motto “Endeavour”. Duncraig Primary School focuses on developing your child's confidence and independence to provide the opportunity to excel. http://duncraigps.

SHOPPING
Glengarry Shopping Centre - located on the corner of Glengarry Drive and Arnisdale Road in North Duncraig. Some of the shops include: IGA Supermarket, the Glengarry Coffee Shop, Glengarry Bakery, Newsagency, Boutique Jeweller (Egoli), Hairdresser, IT Services and some boutique clothing outlets. Next door there is the Glengarry Pharmacy and Glengarry Hospital, across the road is the Glengarry Tavern, Duncraig Car Wash, Service Station and Mechanic, Radiology and Medical Specialists including Dentist and Doctors.

Carine Glades Shopping Centre - Featuring a number of gourmet food outlets with awesome variety and quality including Bakery, Butcher and Fruit and Vegetables and Coffee. A supermarket is also featured along with Clothing Outlets, Sporting Goods and Cycling Shop. Adjacent is “The Carine” which has become a very popular restaurant and pub since its renovation which has a bottle shop attached.

Duncraig Shopping Centre - Featuring an IGA Supermarket and 2 quality food outlets including EAT and D'Thai Garden Restaurant plus Duncraig Pharmacy, Bakery, Butcher, 2 Hair Dressers, Beautician, Optometrist, Newsagency, Personal Training, Green Grocer, Boutique Clothing, Dentist, Fish and Chips and a Bottle Shop. A very well rounded and updated shopping precinct. Positioned on Marri Road in North Duncraig.

Duncraig Village Shopping Centre - Full of quality local eateries and specialist stores. It offers a McDonalds Restaurant, a Chinese takeaway, gourmet delicatessen with a great range of those hard to find treats, video shop, takeaway fish and chips, drycleaners and a Subway restaurant. Located next door is the Duncraig Medical Centre which includes specialist and GP services, Physiotherapy and Pilates.

SPORTS & LEISURE
The City of Joondalup maintains in excess of 300 passive and active parks and reserves for the use and enjoyment of residents, as well as sport, recreation and community organisations.

The City's passive parkland areas are a great place for family picnics and barbecues or just to relax and walk the dog (dogs are permitted at most of the City's parks).
Active parks are used by sport and recreation groups for activities such as football, rugby, cricket, soccer, hockey, baseball, softball, tee-ball and many other outdoor leisure pursuits. Parks can be booked for sporting fixtures, community events and private functions. Conditions apply and applications need to be made for community events and private functions.

Sport facilities:
Duncraig Leisure Centre - Marmion Ave & Warwick Rd, Duncraig
www.joondalup.wa.gov.au/Explore/LeisureCentres.aspx
Public Football/Cricket Oval - Sycamore Drive, Duncraig
Sorrento FC - Warwick Rd, Duncraig http://www.sorrentofc.com.au/
Sorrento Bowling Club - 40 Warwick Rd, Duncraig sorrento.bowlswa.com.au
Duncraig Girl Guides - Marmion Ave, Duncraig
Public Tennis Courts - cnr Marmion Ave & Warwick Road, Duncraig
Sorrento Duncraig Tennis Club - 40 Warwick Rd, Duncraig sorrentotennis.myclub.org.au
Northern Knights Cricket Club - Glengarry Park, Duncraig

Other facilities:
Duncraig Library - Marmion Ave & Warwick Rd, Duncraig www.joondalup.wa.gov.au/Explore/Libraries.aspx
Duncraig Medical Centre - Burragah Way, Duncraig
Glengarry Private Hospital - 53 Arnisdale Road, Duncraig www.glengarryprivate.com.au

MEDIA RELEASES
Duncraig - Perth Suburb Review
www.youtube.com/watch?v=DeP4ktML0LI

PARKS
Granadilla Park - Open expanses of grass combined with pathways and pockets of big shady trees. Featuring modern play equipment and basketball hoop for the kids/teenagers.
Juniper Park - Featuring modern play equipment and wide, lush expanses of grass for ball games all year round.
Portree Park - Largely grassed with Gum Trees and modern play equipment for the kids. Well positioned close to the Arnisdale Road Shopping Centre in central North Duncraig.
Greenlaw Park - Bordering Greenlaw Street and Bernedale Way with easy access to the Glengarry Shopping Centre.
Marri Park - A multi purpose recreation area, beautifully maintained and an excellent facility for local residents. Featuring 1 dedicated Soccer Pitch, a multi use Cricket and Football Oval, 2 Cricket Nets, Public Toilets, Modern Play Equipment and a 20 bay carpark.
Melene Park - located in central North Duncraig, boasting a full sized cricket oval, 2 cricket nets, basketball facilities, public toilets and a 30 car parking area. Does feature artificial lighting for a kick of the footy at night and is sparsely lined with native Gum trees.
Noal Gannon Park - Positioned in central North Duncraig bordering Lennoxtown Road, Menzies Green, Cummings Way and MacDougall Rise, boasting swings and modern play equipment for the kids to enjoy.
Percy Doyle Reserve - Incorporating Tennis Club, Soccer Club, Public Library, Community Centre, Bowling Club and Sorrento/Duncraig Football Club.
Salata Park - A great place to unwind and find a shady spot in the warmer months in a safe and family friendly location.

 

 
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