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Canning Vale

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Canning Vale is named for its location which is a low lying area near the Canning River, which was named after George Canning, former Prime Minister of Great Britain. Population was minimal until the late 1980s, following industrial development in the 1970s. This industrial development has now grown and banister rd is now a complete industrial and commercial site.
The industrial growth, did not deter the residential growth from thriving. In the early 1990’s the population underwent massive growth and grew to over 9000 in 2006. Even today there are more estates still being built and expanded into the neighboring Southern River areas. In 2011 the population reached 30,000, which was has been largely due to the reasonable affordability mix of each dwelling type- leased, owner occupied and mortgaged.

Life in Canning Vale

Canning Vale is just 14km away from the city centre and has several schools to choose from. Local facilities include Canning Vale Shopping Centre, Market City, The Vale Shopping Centre, Whaleback Golf Club, Canning Vale Country Club, Canning Vale Cricket Club and Perth Tamil Cricket Club. There are also lots of walking trails down by the Canning River and throughout the wetlands of Canning Vale. There are some lovely residential areas that are modern with well-manicured gardens, making this suburb a popular place to live.

Canning Vale Facts

Distance to Perth(km): 17
Postcode: 6155
Local Government: Canning/Gosnells
Local Schools: Caladenia P.S., Canning Vale P.S., Campbell P.S., Canning Vale Catholic P.S., Canning Vale Ed Support Centre, Ranford P.S., Canning Vale College, Carey Baptist College, Excelsior P.S., Saint Emilie’s Catholic Primary School
Nearby Schools: St Jude’s Catholic School (Langford) , Sacred Heart Primary
Nearby Shops: Livingston Market Place Shopping Centre, Waratah Village
Train Stations: Murdoch
Bus Services: Local bus service, Bus to Murdoch Train Station

(Source:REIWA)

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