It’s not hard to see why Hazelmere, and now Bushmead, are becoming increasingly popular. These two suburbs are just 16km from the Perth CBD and are close to Midland, Guildford and the Perth Airport.
Perth’s newest suburb, Bushmead was created from the existing suburb of Hazelmere in the City of Swan. Bushmead is one of only two suburbs created in the last five years. Land developer Cedar Woods is creating the new residential estate which will be situated between Midland Road, Sadler Drive and Ridge Hill Road. The estate is also surrounded by 185ha of natural bushland, separating it from the industrial area of Hazelmere.
Bushmead was named after the rifle range used for small arms practice since 1915, including training Australian troops headed overseas as part of WWII and the Vietnam War.
Adjoining the Gooseberry Hill and Darling Range National Parks, Bushmead is currently under construction with some blocks of land already available for purchase. A Display Village is also planned, with Impressions the Home Builder featuring a new Display Home within the upcoming village.
“From a population of zero today, more than 2000 residents are expected to call Bushmead home over the next decade,” said Mr Rosser, Cedar Woods State Manager. Over two-thirds of Bushmead will be reserved as Conservation Bushland to ensure protection of the natural habitat.
A full range of existing amenities are already available for future residents of Bushmead, allowing for seamless integration with a vibrant community.
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