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Yanchep Junction Estate - Yanchep 6 AVAILABLE

Toreopango Avenue, Yanchep WA 6035

  • Suits a range of lifestyles, with a choice of affordable modern and family lots, townhouses and home and land packages
  • 2.8km to Yanchep Central Shopping Centre
  • 200m to Future Yanchep Train Station and future Yanchep City Centre with a health precinct
  • Established childcare and primary and secondary schools, and a future K-12 private school in the estate
  • Local cafes, bars and restaurants nearby
  • 4km to Yanchep Lagoon, a popular safe swimming beach
  • 800m to Sun City Golf Course and Country Club. Close to Yanchep National Park
  • 28.5km to Lakeside Joondalup Shopping Centre, 28.8km to Joondalup Health Campus, 54.7km to Perth City
Total new homes546
Area sizeN/A
Growth RegionPerth North West Growth Areas
City councilCity of Wanneroo
Developer Wolfdene, Blueways Group
Distance to Perth CBD - 51 km north

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Land Pricing & Availabilities

Vacant Land Yanchep Junction Estate - Yanchep Lot 72
Stage 1 - Lot 72 Available
Frontage
15m
Depth
20m
Land size
300m²

Vacant Land Yanchep Junction Estate - Yanchep Lot 202
Stage 1 - Lot 202 Available
Frontage
15m
Depth
25m
Land size
375m²

Vacant Land Yanchep Junction Estate - Yanchep Lot 203
Stage 1 - Lot 203 Available
Frontage
12.5m
Depth
25m
Land size
313m²

Vacant Land Yanchep Junction Estate - Yanchep Lot 222
Stage 1 - Lot 222 Available
Frontage
15m
Depth
30m
Land size
450m²

Vacant Land Yanchep Junction Estate - Yanchep Lot 226
Stage 1 - Lot 226 Available
Frontage
17m
Depth
30m
Land size
510m²

Vacant Land Yanchep Junction Estate - Yanchep Lot 227
Stage 1 - Lot 227 Available
Frontage
17m
Depth
30m
Land size
510m²


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Suburb Planning Review in Yanchep WA 6035

Yanchep is made up of a large area, approximately 220 square kilometres and takes up almost the entire northern and north-eastern portion of the City of Wanneroo. The suburb forms part of the northern coastal region of Perth that is located 56 kilometres south. 

Yanchep National Park and Gnangara-Moore River State Forest occupy the middle and most eastern portion of the suburb, with the township of Yanchep located to the west towards the ocean. The coastal township contains a northern urbanised area, local centres (commercial and retail), large residential areas, parks and schools. For the most part, the suburb is covered in native banksia woodland, scrubland and heath typical of the Swan Coastal Plain.

Yanchep, WA - Suburb Location

 

The suburb boundary is located along property boundaries to the south. The RAAF Gingin Airport, Yeal National Park, Old Pine Plantation and property boundaries contribute to the entire northern boundary, property boundaries to the East and the Pinjar Power Station further east. The Indian Ocean and property boundaries provide the suburb boundary to the west.

A local road network is found throughout Yanchep, providing access to the surrounding suburbs and the local network of roads. Yanchep Beach Road and Pigeon Road provide west and east connections through the centre of the suburb, whilst Indian Ocean Drive, Aqua Drive, Water Road and Marmion Avenue provide north and south connections linking to the major arterial road in proximity.

The suburb is large and contains the last northern urban area of Perth. Positioned along the coastline, Yanchep is known for its beaches, natural beauty, and Yanchep National Park. The town features residential areas, commercial and retail centres, parks and recreational areas, schools, and health services. The town has a mix of housing types, including houses, apartments, and townhouses.

Yanchep, SA – Google Maps

 

Yanchep is a part of the City of Wanneroo local government area. Originally a small crayfishing settlement, it was developed by entrepreneur Alan Bond in the 1970s for the 1977 America's Cup

Yanchep has experienced significant growth in recent years, with many new residential developments and infrastructure projects underway. The suburb's population is expected to continue to increase. The suburb currently has a number of schools, including Yanchep Beach Primary School, Yanchep Secondary College, St James' Anglican School, Yanchep Lagoon Primary School and Northshore Christian Grammar School.

Yanchep is a rapidly growing suburb located in the northern coastal region of Perth, Western Australia. The Western Australian government has identified Yanchep as a key growth area, with plans to develop a range of amenities and infrastructure to support the growing population. These plans include the extension of the Mitchell Freeway and the construction of a new railway station at Yanchep, which will provide faster and more efficient transport links to Perth and other parts of the region.

In addition to new infrastructure projects, there are also several new residential developments underway in Yanchep, including the Capricorn Beach estate, which will provide more than 3,500 new homes and a range of community facilities.

 

Northern Coastal Growth Corridor 

The City of Wanneroo identifies Yanchep within its Northern Coastal Growth Corridor Community Facilities Plan Review 2019-2029, dated 10 January 2020. This planning document provides a framework for the provision of community facilities in the northern coastal suburbs of Perth, and identifies the community's current and future needs and outlines strategies to provide the necessary facilities and services.

The Northern Coastal Growth Corridor Community Facilities Plan Review 2019-2029 is one of several plans that contribute to the implementation of the Wanneroo North-West District Structure Plan. It provides a detailed focus on the provision of community facilities and services in the northern coastal suburbs, including Yanchep. Together, these plans help to guide the sustainable and coordinated development of the area including three significant growth area opportunities.

Northern Coastal Growth Corridor

 

The Northern Coastal Growth Corridor Community Facilities Plan Review 2019-2029 outlines a range of strategies and actions to support the growth and development of the Yanchep area, as well as other areas along the Northern Coastal Growth Corridor in Western Australia.

Some of the key structure plans identified in the review include:

  1. Yanchep District Open Space Strategy: This plan aims to identify and prioritize the development of open space and recreational facilities in the Yanchep area. This includes the provision of parks, sporting fields, and other outdoor spaces to support the health and wellbeing of the local community.
  2. Yanchep District Centre Structure Plan: This plan outlines the proposed development of the Yanchep District Centre, which is intended to be a major commercial and civic hub for the area. The plan includes provisions for retail and commercial space, community facilities, and public transport connections.
  3. Yanchep-Two Rocks Local Area Plan: This plan sets out a vision for the Yanchep-Two Rocks area over the next 20 years, including provisions for residential, commercial, and industrial development, as well as the protection of natural and cultural heritage sites.
  4. Yanchep Rail Extension Project: As mentioned earlier, this project aims to extend the Perth metropolitan rail network north to Yanchep, providing improved access to employment, education, and other services for local residents.

These plans and projects are designed to support the growth and development of the Yanchep area, while ensuring that the needs of the local community are met in terms of access to services, facilities, and open spaces. The review emphasizes the importance of community engagement and consultation in the development of these plans, to ensure that they reflect the needs and aspirations of the local community.

 

Yanchep District Open Space Strategy

The Yanchep District Open Space Strategy is a plan to develop open spaces and recreational facilities in the Yanchep area of Western Australia, in response to population growth and development. It has a vision to provide accessible and diverse open spaces, protect heritage sites, and promote sustainable management practices. It identifies six priority areas for development, recommends a range of open space and recreational facilities, and has an implementation plan that emphasizes community engagement and consultation. The plan aims to support the health and well-being of the local community and promote sustainable and liveable communities.

 

The Yanchep District Centre Structure Plan

The Yanchep District Centre Structure Plan outlines the proposed development of the Yanchep District Centre, which is intended to be a major commercial and civic hub for the Yanchep area in Western Australia. The plan includes provisions for retail and commercial space, community facilities, and public transport connections. Its aim is to provide a central location for residents to access services and facilities, support economic development, and create a sense of place and community identity. The plan was developed through community engagement and consultation, and its implementation will continue to involve the community.

Yanchep District Centre Structure Plan 1Yanchep District Centre Structure Plan 2

 

The Yanchep-Two Rocks Local Area Plan

The Yanchep-Two Rocks Local Area Plan is a planning document that outlines the long-term vision and planning framework for the Yanchep-Two Rocks area in Western Australia. The plan identifies the area's strengths and challenges and provides strategies and actions to guide future growth and development. The plan aims to create a sustainable and livable community, with a focus on promoting economic development, preserving natural assets, and providing access to services and amenities. It also emphasizes community engagement and consultation throughout the planning and implementation process. Overall, the Yanchep-Two Rocks Local Area Plan provides a comprehensive and integrated approach to managing growth and development in the area.

Yanchep-Two Rocks Local Area Plan

 

The Yanchep Rail Extension Project

The Yanchep Rail Extension Project is a major infrastructure project in Western Australia that involves extending the existing Joondalup Line to Yanchep in the north. The project includes the construction of 14.5 kilometers of new rail line, three new stations, and associated infrastructure, such as park and ride facilities and bike storage. The project aims to provide improved public transport options for residents in the growing northern corridor, reduce road congestion and travel times, and support economic development. The project is being delivered by the Western Australian government and is expected to be completed by 2023.

Yanchep Rail Extension Project

 

Wanneroo North-West District Structure Plan

The Wanneroo North-West District Structure Plan, which was approved by the Western Australian Planning Commission in 2004, established the framework for the development of the Wanneroo growth area, including the Yanchep area. This plan outlines the land use and development patterns, transportation, infrastructure, and environmental considerations for the area.

The Wanneroo North-West District Structure Plan aims to create a well-connected and sustainable community in Yanchep while preserving important natural features, public open space and conservation, including the Yanchep Regional Open Space and the Yanchep National Park. The open space is critical to providing for future density and growth.

This structure plan covers a large area, including Yanchep, and it outlines a framework for future development and land use within the district. Rezoning has occurred in several areas for different uses. Providing a new town centre that will include retail and commercial spaces as well as public amenities such as parks and community facilities. The plan also designates areas for residential development, including single-family homes, apartments, and townhouses.

The Western Australian Planning Commission released the vision for Wanneroo North-West District Structure Plan, as stated "The Wanneroo North-West District Structure Plan is a long-term vision that will guide the growth of the area over the next 30 years. It aims to create a sustainable, connected, and liveable community with a range of housing, employment, transport, and community facilities. The plan will provide for the conservation and protection of the area's natural environment, cultural heritage, and important landmarks while promoting economic growth and prosperity."

North – West Growth Areas (Yanchep included) 1North – West Growth Areas (Yanchep included) 2

 

The Perth and Peel @ 3.5million
The frameworks aim to accommodate 3.5 million people by 2050 by creating vibrant communities within a compact and connected city; making best use of existing and proposed infrastructure; and protecting important environmental assets. 

The framework encourages significantly greater infill development with almost half of the required 800,000 new homes – 380,000 at a minimum - to be built through infill development. The majority of these – around 214,000 – will be built in existing suburbs within the Central sub-region and particularly through alignment with the new METRONET rail project.

Western Australian Planning Commission produced the Wanneroo North-West District Structure Plan as part of the plan to facilitate the changes.

 

Directions 2031

This is an overarching strategic plan for the Perth metropolitan area published by the Western Australian Planning Commission. It replaced the draft 2004 Network City and was the first strategic plan to be formally adopted since Metroplan in 1991. Detailed sub-regional planning frameworks were published separately as part of Perth and Peel @ 3.5 million. These frameworks, covering Perth’s Central, North-West, North-East and Southern regions, included specific population targets for each area to accommodate 800,000 people by 2030

 

Suburb Summary

Suburb

Yanchep

City / State

Yanchep, northern coastal region, Perth

Suburb Area

221.4 square kilometres

Boundary

  • North – RAAF Gingin Airport, Yeal National Park, Old Pine Plantation and property boundaries
  • East – Property boundaries and Pinjar Power Station
  • West – Indian Ocean
  • South – Property Boundaries

Yanchep Suburb

Suburb inclusions

  • 17,191 residences by 2041
  • 3 primary schools
  • 1 high school
  • Local Town Centre and services
  • 46 local parks, playgrounds, trails and recreational areas
  • Playing fields
  • shopping centre
  • medical centre
  • community centre.

Community Amenity

Yanchep has a variety of community amenities including a community centre, medical centre, library, and sporting facilities.

There are also several schools, both public and private, located in Yanchep.

Location

Yanchep is located along the coastline approximately 56 kilometres north of Perth's central business district. 

Education 

  • Yanchep Beach Primary School
  • Yanchep Secondary College
  • St. James' Anglican School.
  • several early learning centres and childcare facilities

Types of Residential

Yanchep offers Low and medium density residential areas
A mix of housing options including single-family homes, townhouses, and apartments. There are several new residential developments currently underway in the area.

Employment Areas

Yanchep is primarily a residential suburb, with most residents commuting to nearby employment areas such as Joondalup or Perth's central business district. Further growth in the town will being job opportunities

Infrastructure

  • Development of a network of public transport routes and a range of road improvements to support the growth of the area.
  • Extension of the Mitchell Freeway
  • New rail line.

Transportation

  • Yanchep is accessible via several major roads including Wanneroo Road and Marmion Avenue.
  • There are also several public transportation options available including bus services and a new train line currently under construction.

Recreation Areas

  • Yanchep is home to several public parks, playgrounds, and picnic areas.
  • The suburb is also home to Yanchep National Park, which offers scenic walking trails, caves, and wildlife spotting opportunities.
  • Yanchep Beach and several other nearby beaches offer opportunities for swimming, surfing, and fishing.

Environment

  • Yanchep is situated along the coast and is home to several important environmental areas including the Yanchep National Park, Indian Ocean and surrounding bushland.
  • The suburb has a unique mix of coastal and bushland environments, providing a diverse range of flora and fauna.

Settlement Pattern

  • Yanchep is a growing coastline township/suburb with several new residential developments underway.
  • The settlement pattern is primarily suburban with a mix of single-family homes, townhouses, and apartments.

 

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City of Wanneroo is the local government area for Yanchep Junction Estate - Yanchep.
Which schools near Yanchep Junction Estate - Yanchep?
Below are the nearby schools for Yanchep Junction Estate - Yanchep:
  • Yanchep Rise Primary School - 1.2km south-west
  • Yanchep Beach Primary School - 2.5km south-west
  • Yanchep Secondary College - 2.8km south
  • Yanchep Lagoon Primary School - 2.9km south-west
  • Atlantis Beach Baptist College - 6.7km north-west
  • Two Rocks Primary School - 7.4km north-west
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