A mix of established residential, commercial and industrial areas characterise Armadale. Located 25 kilometres southeast of Perth, Armadale is the growing regional centre of the City of Armadale. Armadale’s most significant growth periods were between the 1960s and the 1970s and then again more recently between 2006 and 2011.
Life in Armadale
A bustling urban centre at the heart of the suburb provides the relaxed community with a host of modern conveniences, such as the West Armadale Shopping Centre, Haynes Shopping Centre, Armadale Arena and Armadale Railway Station. The large suburb of Armadale also boasts scenic parks, undulating hills and picturesque valleys. There are several heritage walks and extensive footpaths. The City takes pride in its cultural heritage and unique community feel. You can choose from a variety of activities from a vigorous walk along one of the many bush trails, a scenic drive through the hills, relaxing at one of the numerous cafes and restaurants, swimming, boating or shopping.
Distance to Perth(km) : 25
Postcode : 6112
Local Government : City of Armadale
Local Schools : Armadale PS, Armadale SHS, Armadale Seventh Day Advent PS, Armadale Christian College, Australian Technical College, Challis PS, Dale Christian School, Neerigen Brook PS., Gwynne Park PS
Nearby Schools : Xavier Catholic School (Brookdale), Good Shepherd Catholic P.S. (Kelmscott), John Wollaston Anglican Community School (Camillo)
Nearby Shops : Armadale Shopping City, Armadale Square, West Armadale
Train Stations : Armadale
Bus Services : Bus service to Armadale Train Station
(Source : REIWA )