One of the most sought after suburbs in Perth, City Beach is where the city meets the beach. It is the closest coastal suburb to the heart of Perth, just 15 minutes northwest and is abundant in nature, greenery and expansive wide open spaces.
The population of City Beach is approximately 6,354 with the suburb spanning 10 kilometres wide. Due to its idyllic location, City Beach is very popular.
The median price for properties in City Beach is now $1,700,000 and rental is $840 per week on average.
While there are no train stations close to City Beach, there are buses that go straight into the Perth CBD from City Beach.
Perched on the edge of the Indian Ocean, in the Suburb of City beach is the renowned City Beach. Named as one of Perth’s most iconic beaches, the pristine white sandy City Beach is a favourite among families, kite surfers and those looking for sports thrill.
City Beach offers an array of social entertainment and recreation including a number of beachfront cafes, Floreat Beach, Bold Park and Reabold Hill, Jubilee Park and City Beach Football Oval, all with the calming natural appeal of the vast Indian Ocean.
The expansive sand dunes and bushlands along the coast are home to an array of wildlife such as hawks, mice, rabbits and Dugite.
City Beach is central to a number of highly regarded schools in Perth, including City Beach Primary School, Kapinara Primary School, City Beach Senior High School, Holy Spirit School, Newman College, Holy Rosary School, John XXIII College, Christ Church Grammar School, Scotch College and Hale School.
Shopping is a breeze with the local shopping precinct The Boulevard and Floreat Forum just down the road.