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Wanneroo Suburb Profile

Is Wanneroo a good suburb? Find out in our suburb review for Wanneroo, WA, 6065, including the latest median house price, suburb population and more.

Myella, Wanneroo, local park

Suburb Snap Shot

As Wanneroo continues to grow and evolve, it remains an attractive choice for individuals and families seeking a balanced lifestyle that combines modern amenities with natural beauty. With its excellent schools, recreational opportunities, and access to transportation and shopping centres, Wanneroo is poised to be a strong growth area.

Key Statistics: 

  • Post Code: 6065
  • Local Government: City of Wanneroo
  • Land Area: 684km2
  • Freestanding houses: 92.1%
  • Medium density housing: 7.1%
  • High density housing: 0.4%

Demographic Highlights

Wanneroo Greater Perth
Median Age 35 37
Median weekly household income $1,685 $1,865
Households with mortgage 54.0% 41.9%
Households renting 21.9% 26.6%
Family households 78.7% 71.5%
Couples with children 50.2% 45.7%
Persons born overseas 44.9% 40.5%
University qualification 17.2% 26.5%
Trade qualification 20.8% 16.9%
Unemployment rate 5.7% 5.3%
Demographic Data Source - ABS Census 2021
Median house and rental prices current as at September 2023

Map of Wanneroo

Frequently Asked Questions

Wanneroo is a suburb located in the southwestern region of Western Australia. Positioned approximately 25 kilometres north of Perth’s central business district, Wanneroo is part of the City of Wanneroo local government area and Greater Perth.

Wanneroo is situated approximately 25 kilometres north of the Perth Central Business District (CBD). The suburb’s location places it within a reasonable commuting distance, with travel times typically ranging from 28 to 32 minutes by car, subject to traffic conditions.

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