Why Migrate to Joondalup? Here is. The City of Joondalup is located at the heart of one of Western Australia’s fastest growing regions. It is one of Asia-Pacific’s most unique and exciting business investment locations. Joondalup is a very versatile satellite city located 26 kilometers north of the CBD. 

Education

There are three primary schools in Joondalup while there are 9 high schools too. In addition there is one Senior High School as well. Joondalup Education Support Centre is a dynamic Independent Primary School specialising in education for students with special needs  located in Joondalup. In addition Belridge Secondary Education Centre the independent public school is also located in Joondalup. Alta-1 Joondalup Campus program offers a unique approach to education and learning pathways. The program combines community involvement, therapeutic support and educational outcomes. 

Music Schools

Music lovers are in for a treat as there are two music schools and selection can be made according to your wishes. 

Infrastructure

Bus Services

Transperth operates a fleet of more than 1483 buses that service 282 standard routes, 293 school-bus routes and 10 CAT (Central Area Transit) routes.Three contractors provide these services under the Transperth banner: Path Transit, Swan Transit and Transdev. Swan Transit caters to Joondalup. 

Most Frequent Routes

Transperth’s most frequent bus routes run from 5 am until midnight with services generally every 4–15 minutes on weekdays and every 15–30 minutes on evenings and weekends. Most other local routes run about every 10 minutes in peak periods reducing to every 30 minutes during the day in inner Perth with outer feeder services running every 15–20 minutes in peak periods and every 60 minutes during the day, with reduced service on evenings and weekends. Services to and from railway stations are normally co-ordinated to connect with every, second or every fourth train.

CAT

The Perth Central Area Transit bus (also known at Perth CAT) is a free bus service that serves central areas in Perth city, Fremantle and Joondalup.

Train Services

A fleet of 300 railcars makes more than 1085 trips each weekday between 72 stations spread across a rail network of more than 180km. The network comprises five lines:Armadale/Thornlie,Fremantle,Joondalup,Midland and Mandurah.These services are operated by PTA’s Transperth Train Operations division.

800 Meters Apart

The Joondalup Train Station and bus terminus are within 800 metres, while the Mitchell Freeway – one kilometre west of the site – and major arterial roads including Joondalup Drive, Ocean Reef Road, Burns Beach Road and Wanneroo Road, offer great connectivity to the major centres of Wanneroo and Perth city.

Attractions

Joondalup is home to The Lakeside Shopping Center which is the second largest shopping mall in WA . Many more local attractions include ; Joondalup Resort Golf Club a great resource for family entertainment , pristine beaches within just 5 minutes drive, Joondalup lake is a popular leafy nature walk for locals , lots of bars and restaurants, there really is something for everyone .

Pubs Clubs and Places to be Entertained

Why migrate to Joondalup it is a popular city for nightlife on weekends and Friday nights, with most of its pubs and nightclubs located in close proximity to each other in the CBD. The city was granted the status of “tourism precinct” by the State Government in 2009, allowing extended retail trading hours. There are 15 Bar/pubs in Joondalup while there are two sports bars too. Arcade and Bar1 are the night clubs of Joondalup. There are two restaurants too  where you can enjoy a meal in addition to meals served at bars/ Pubs.

Things for Children to Do

Latitude

From the dedicated Kids Zone for children from 18 months to 5 years, to the fully integrated bouncing and climbing activity floor, including a wall-running zone, high-performance tramps, ninja-parkour obstacle course, dodgeball and basketball courts, you’ll get your blood pumping at Latitude.

Timezone Lakeside Joondalup 

It is in a bustling shopping centre and close to the movies, They are in a place you go to when the kids get restless, your date seems bored or you’re craving some family bonding time.

Mullaloo Beach

It is a popular swimming and surfing beach, ideal for children of all ages, Take a dip in the refreshing waters of the Indian Ocean.

AQWA

The Aquarium of Western Australia is a privately owned aquarium in Hillarys, Western Australia. AQWA was Australia’s largest aquarium when it opened in 1988 and still possesses Australia’s largest single aquarium and walk-through underwater tunnel.

Native Wildlife

Why migrate to joondalup, the City of Joondalup is home to a vast range of native wildlife and natural areas, spread among more than 370 parks and reserves including Yellagonga Regional Park, often called the Kings Park of the north. Yellagonga consists of a chain of wetlands, including Lake Joondalup and Lake Goollelal.

Religious Institutions 

Churches

There are nineteen churches belonging to various denominations of Christianity such as Anglican, Roman catholic in and around Joondalup.

Mosques

There are 12 mosques in and around Joondalup.

Temples

Joondalup and its surroundings have two Hindu temples 

Housing 

Why migrate to Joondalup there is a good mix of homes from town houses & apartments in City North to small and large family homes further from the City. A one bedroom house rent per week ranges between  Aus $165 and 300 While for a two bedroom apartment it ranges between Aus$ 350 and 410 per week. The weekly rent of a three bedroom apartment is Aus $ 350 while the weekly rent of a four bedroom home ranges between Aus$ 450 and Aus $600.

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