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Banksia Grove

"Banksia Grove"

Bought her a few months back, lovely area, nice young families arround, park and shops close by - plus lakeside shopping centre 10minutes down the road, quick to get to the freeway and the beach isnt too far away.

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
  • Hipsters
  • Trendy & Stylish

Hi! We are building in the 'new' Banksia Grove (Stage 25). Do you have any feedback on this side of the suburb? We are also wondering when the parks and town centre are due for completion? Will a petrol station be included? And how long does it take to reach the freeway in peak hour?


The parks are being completed as the development progresses. The main central parks (Discovery Park and Honey Possum Park) are progressing well with living stream, grassed areas, amphitheatre and walkways completed. The two parks in Stage 25 are planned to commence construction later this year. The district shopping centre is at the early planning stage with the developer working at securing tenants so the final design can be submitted to Council. Construction of the first stage will start in 2013/2014. It takes around 10 mins to reach the Freeway in peak hour at the moment. The community is building up with a great spirit and local events being well attended.


hello everyone i have just moved into the area and wanting to know if anyone knows what primary school is the best one to send there kids to as i have 2 kids which i school in another suburb??


Hi. We send our kids to Carramar Primary School and they love it :)


Hi I know this is an old feed, I was just wondering how hard it was getting your kids into Carramar Primary living outside the zone? I need to enrol my son into primary school for next year and want to send him the Tapping Primary or Carramar primary. But worried about how difficult it will be.

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