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San Remo Suburb Profile

Is San Remo a good suburb? Find out in our suburb review for San Remo, WA, 6210, including the latest median house price, suburb population and more.

Seaside, Madora Bay, aerial view of the entry

Suburb Snap Shot

A charming coastal suburb nestled along the pristine shores of Western Australia. Known for its stunning natural beauty and diverse community, San Remo offers an exceptional lifestyle for its residents. As of 2023, it is a suburb poised for growth and development, making it an attractive destination for families, retirees, and beach enthusiasts alike.

Key Statistics: 

  • Post Code: 6210
  • Local Government: City of Mandurah
  • Land Area: 0.9 km2
  • Freestanding houses: 98.1%
  • Medium density housing: 2.7%
  • High density housing: 0.0%

Demographic Highlights

San Remo Greater Perth
Median Age 48 37
Median weekly household income $1,807 $1,865
Households with mortgage 39.0% 41.9%
Households renting 14.9% 26.6%
Family households 79.7% 71.5%
Couples with children 40.5% 45.7%
Persons born overseas 34.0% 40.5%
University qualification 18.4% 26.5%
Trade qualification 20.2% 16.9%
Unemployment rate 6.2% 5.3%
Demographic Data Source - ABS Census 2021
Median house and rental prices current as at September 2023

Map of San Remo

Frequently Asked Questions

San Remo is a suburb located in the southwestern region of Western Australia. Positioned approximately 68 kilometres south of Perth’s central business district, San Remo is part of the the Peel Region and the City of Mandurah local government area.

San Remo is situated approximately 68 kilometres south of the Perth Central Business District (CBD). The suburb’s location places it within a reasonable commuting distance, with travel times typically ranging from 52 minutes to 1 hour by car, subject to traffic conditions.