Nestled within the City of Stirling, Trigg is a northwest coastal suburb just 14km from the Perth CBD.
Trigg is home to a population of over 2,600 with majority of the population over 65 years old. Public Transport is available via buses and trains to and from Stirling Train Station.
One of the more popular suburbs, Trigg’s properties have a median price above the million dollar mark, at $1,102,500 and at $600 per week for rentals.
Trigg features significant and large sectors of public open spaces with the most notable being the Trigg Bushland Reserve and Trigg Beach, both centrally located. The beautiful Trigg Beach is a well-known for surfing and its stretch of soft white sand. A little island in Trigg is Trigg Island, a low wave-washed rocky islet which is home to the Trigg Island Surf Life Saving Club.
Trigg is not only famous for surfers, but it is also renowned for its snorkelling pools. Mettams Pool, a small and calm pool is the perfect snorkelling paradise for the young ones, older people, or those who do not feel like battling with the surfing waves.
Schools in or around the area include Holy Rosary School in Doubleview, Our Lady of Good Counsel School in Karrinyup, St John’s School in Scarborough and St Mary’s Anglican Girl’s School in Karrinyup.
The Lynn Street Shopping Centre services the areas retail requirements along with major shopping mall, Karrinyup Shopping Centre.