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2019-09-21 Community & Lifestyle
Author: Satterley Property Group

Top 5 free thing to do near Allara, Eglinton

  1. Spend the day close to home
  2. Explore Your Local National Park
  3. Have an Adventure at Your Local Beach
  4. Meet Your Local Community
  5. Spend the Day At Local Markets

Living in Perth’s thriving northern coastal corridor provides lots of benefits for residents to enjoy. Home to a number of attractions, day trips and history, the region located in the City of Wanneroo, has a varied landscape and many activities for locals and visitors to enjoy.

From dunes, to pristine sandy beaches, beautiful parks and iconic Western Australia sunsets, there is something for everyone. And where better to enjoy a coastal lifestyle, than from your own home in the unique Allara community in the growing suburb of Eglinton, close to the future Eglinton district centre and train station.

Allara offers residents affordable land for sale from $133,000. Created by two of Western Australia’s most trusted property developers: LandCorp, the state governments land and development agency, and Satterley, Allara has been meticulously designed with sustainability in mind. 

So much is here to enjoy, and so much more is yet to come. Below we share some of our favourite free things to do in Perth’s northern coastal corridor:

1. Spend the day close to home

Allara has so much to do, all within walking distance of your front door. Pack a picnic and stroll over to Kinkuna Park to enjoy a day of snacks and play. Grab a book from Allara’s mini library, join a Yoga class at the Allara Share Space, ride around the community on one of the Spillway Bikes found at the Allara Sales Office - there is so much to do! Complete Biba, an interactive and award-winning playground app that links with Kinkuna Park’s playground, your little ones will have a blast!

2. Explore your local National Park

Yanchep National Park has so much to offer. Spot the Koala’s relaxing on Koala Boardwalk, grab a cuppa at the quaint tea rooms within the park and keep an eye out for the Kangaroos who call this beautiful National Park home.

3. Have an adventure at your local beach

Alkimos, Shorehaven and Yanchep Beach are both only a short drive away from Allara. Yanchep has a swimming beach to enjoy a dip in the cooler months. With delicious cafe’s nearby you can grab a coffee or ice cream to make the day of it!

4. Meet your local community 

With a dedicated Community Development team, Allara has a calendar of free events you can attend! Keep an eye on Allara’s ‘whats on’ page to see what’s coming up. 

The City of Wanneroo also organises events throughout the year for residents to enjoy. Keep an eye on their events page here to see whats on near you. 

5. Spend the day at your local markets

Once a month, the Yanchep Markets take place only a short drive away! Located at the Yanchep Sports and Social club indoors and outdoors there are a variety of high quality artisan stalls, veggies, coffee, Italian street food, pony rides and more.

Running on the first Saturday of every month, the Eats at Eden Beach run from nearby Jindalee. Local produce can be sampled while browsing the stalls. With dinner and dessert options too you can tie in your family dinner while overlooking the beautiful Indian Ocean.

Keep up to date with whats on in the Allara community on our Facebook Page.

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