The Western Australian suburb of Booragoon is encircled by the suburbs of Winthrop, Mount Pleasant, Ardross, Alfred Cove, and Myaree. It is a municipality of the city of Melville and is roughly 10 km from Perth’s Central Business District.
Founded in the 1960s, Booragoon grew throughout the 1970s and 1980s. The area experienced a population deficit from 1991 to 2006. Growth began again in 2006.
The area is a pleasant mix of green spaces, homes, businesses, reserves, and commercial property. Diversity is the norm in Booragoon, and the population is made up of professionals, young families, professionals, hipsters, members of the LGBT community, and retirees.
The population of Booragoon is approxamatey 5,532
Residents of Booragoon point to the area’s friendliness and diversity when asked what they enjoyed about living in the suburb. Praise was given for good schools, ample parks of all sizes, and proximity to shopping.
Public transit is convenient for residents. The Transperth bus service to the train station or Esplanade Bus Port, and the area gets service from the Bull Creek train station. The Westfield Booragoon Shopping Centre, formerly known as the Garden City Shopping Centre, is a popular place for shoppers and houses most of the popular shops as well as restaurants. Residents also appreciate the family-friendly nature of the suburb.
People searching for a home in Booragoon have also looked in Myaree and Winthrope for a property. The consensus is that Booragoon offers the best amenities and the preferred comfortable and well-established feel. If you believe you have found your dream home in Booragoon, you will do well to move forward with your offer. Homes here will not stay on the market.
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