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City of Wanneroo


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Just 20 minutes north of the CBD on the Sunset Coast, the City of Wanneroo boasts 32km of pristine beaches, two picturesque marinas, endless water-based activities, intriguing historical sites, and many of the state’s best nature reserves. The area also boasts a vibrant arts and events calendar with exhibitions, festivals, and special events to keep the community connected and engaged.
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A place of significant natural beauty, the City stretches from Girrawheen in the south to Two Rocks in the north, and with 53% of the area classed as a regional reserve, it is a hotspot for walking trails and biodiversity discovery. You can explore dunes, limestone cliffs and bushland, beautiful species of wildflower and native animals, race tracks, and even book a helicopter flight to hover above the breath-taking landscape.

The City of Wanneroo also has a significant stake in Perth’s cultural heritage. The area is fortunate to have three heritage sites: the historic houses of Cockman House and Buckingham House, as well as the Wanneroo Regional Museum. Located within the Wanneroo Library and Cultural Centre, the museum opened in September 2009 with a generous exhibition space representing a range of stories and themes – from the region’s Indigenous past through to modern pioneers of city planning. Whilst at the Cultural Centre, visitors can also explore local visual culture at the on-site art gallery.

Throughout the year the City council puts on an array of community-based events. On Australia Day, Wanneroo Showgrounds is transformed into a hub of activities for the Wanneroo Festival. Over the course of summer, Wanneroo residents can enjoy free outdoor movies at the Jacaranda Amphitheatre. The council even boasts a free Dog’s Breakfast in October, which welcomes pooches and families across the City.

 

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