Gallery is a brand new and unique micro-community, but its surroundings have been established and loved for many years.

While Gallery offers an ideal integration of nature, history, architecture and art – there’s so much more. A small neighbourhood within the broader neighbourhood of the City of Melville, Gallery places families, young couples or downsizers within easy reach of a range of amenities and transport options.


When leaving Gallery by car, you’ll find it’s just three turns to reach the Kwinana Freeway:
Archibald Street, onto North Lake Road, onto Leach Highway and you’re at the onramp either to head north or south.

And if it’s public transport you’re after, you’re unlikely to find any location easier.
There are four bus stops adjacent to Gallery: two on Archibald Street to commence a journey east or west, and two right alongside Gallery on North Lake Road to commence a journey north or south.

The Murdoch Train Station, with plenty of parking, is also close by.


Gallery is surrounded by shopping options, for every need, style and taste.
Westfield Booragoon (Garden City) attracts customers from all over Perth with its incredible variety of specialty shops, and even closer you’ll find all your grocery, restaurant, hardware, furniture, sporting, pet, automotive, kitchen, coffee and donut requirements are all just minutes away.

The neighbourhood coffee shop, the Little Olive Leaf, is just across the road and is sure to become a favourite with Gallery residents.

Schools & Education

With its enviable location in the City of Melville, Gallery makes all educational requirements a simple convenience.
Melville, Kardinya and Winthrop Primary Schools are close by for the little ones, while Melville Senior High School caters to the older kids.

The famous Murdoch University is just minutes away, and nearby are The Children’s Garden and Scola Early Learning. For extracurricular activities, you’ll also find music schools, swim schools, dance schools and the Australian Institute of Personal Trainers are easy to reach from Gallery.

Parks & Playgrounds

Take a stroll along one of the green, linear parks that run through Gallery and you’ll meet Carawatha Park, the award-winning park with its beautifully landscaped playground facilities, fitness equipment and open lawns for playing.

But if it’s something a little more intimate you’re after – a chat with friends, or a catch up with neighbours, you’ll find the landscaped parks within Gallery offer an opportunity to simply walk out your house and into the stunning natural environment our landscape architects have designed.

Public artwork, Nexus, runs through these parks, integrating natural forms and technologies to create sensitively lit areas for different day and night experiences.