A bold sense of vision and purpose drives the revitalisation of the Armadale region, which is one of Western Australia’s largest and most ambitious urban renewal projects.
In the past decade, the program has breathed new life into largely dormant suburbs, with attractive streetscapes and a fresh sense of energy and pride. The region now boasts a world-class water sports venue at Champion Lakes, prestige residences setting new standards for sustainable housing and a 320ha business park that has attracted valuable economic growth and employment opportunities to the region.
The redevelopment area encompasses the award-winning Wungong Urban project, a 16,000-lot precinct recognised as a national model in environmentally sustainable urban design.
The Armadale redevelopment builds on the features that give this important regional centre a unique beauty, character and style.
Earmarked as the eastern gateway to Perth, Armadale has emerged as an outstanding example of sustainable urban development with a number of contrasting precincts working together to create a vibrant, multi-dimensional place of civic, cultural and economic significance.
The creative vision is supported by an integrated approach to land, transport, infrastructure and services planning designed to enrich the community and ensure long-term efficiency and growth.
Sustainability is a key theme in the vision for Armadale and an important point of difference for the new-look city.