Established in 1890, Gosnells is a thriving southeastern suburb in Perth that spans 15 square kilometres and is home to more than 19,000 residents. Bound by Canning River to the north and east and Wungong Brook and the Southern River to the south, Gosnells enjoys proximity to these natural wonders while simultaneously benefiting from facilities and attractions synonymous with a bustling urban environment.
Life in Gosnells
There is no shortage of things to do in Gosnells. For those who crave the outdoors and nature there are upwards of 30 parks, reserves and wetlands within the area for you to explore, as well as fitness and athletic facilities like the Harmony Fields Fitness Track, which offers all the benefits of a gym without the costly membership fees. Other major features of the area include the Gosnells Railway Station, Gosnells Railway Markets, Foothills Shopping Centre, Gosnells Shopping Centre, City of Gosnells Museum and numerous schools like Gosnells Primary School and St Munchin’s Catholic School. There are also tennis courts, skate parks, a leisure centre and the Addie Mills Centre, which provides programs and services to seniors and people with disabilities.
Distance to Perth(km): 20
Local Government: Gosnells
Local Schools: Gosnells P.S., Ashburton Drive P.S., St Munchins P.S., Gosnells S.H.S., Seaforth P.S., Wirrabirra P.S
Nearby Schools: Sacred Heart Primary School (Thornlie) , Good Shaperd Catholic Primary School (Kelmscott) , John Wollaston Anglican Community School (Kelmscott)
Nearby Shops: Corfield and Ashburton Village, Thornlie Square
Train Stations: Seaforth or Gosnells
Bus Services: Bus Service to Seaforth or Gosnells train stations