Discover Subiaco Square
At the heart of Subi Centro sits Subiaco Square, the centrepiece of our redevelopment project. When the rail line between Perth and Fremantle was sunk in 1997, the space above became a mix of apartments, townhouses, shops, restaurants and businesses, all oriented around easy transport links.
Find fashion outlets, gift shops, galleries and supermarkets in Subiaco’s retail areas.
Visit Subiaco for fine dining or a casual bite to eat.
Connect to Subiaco by train, bus, bike or on foot.
Urban life in Subi Centro
Subi Centro’s first subdivision was completed in 1997, when 230 lots were sold near Salvado Road. This development introduced a new way of living to a well-established area, where people could now live, work, shop and be entertained in a local, connected community.
Former industrial area now a popular place to live and work.
St Ives Centro introduced multi-level, high-quality retirement housing.
New businesses, new opportunities
Rich heritage carefully preserved in the new redevelopment
A range of housing to suit everyone
A place to relax
Subi Centro boasts 5.5 hectares of open space including BBQ facilities, water features, public art, walkways and cycle paths, dog exercise areas and playgrounds. The stretch of parkland throughout Subi Centro has created a green spine, providing a space for Subiaco’s workers, residents and visitors to enjoy.
Celebrating Australian Fine China
Australian Fine China (AFC) manufactured china and porcelain in Subiaco for 85 years, between 1921 and 2006. Our redevelopment aims to celebrate the factory’s leading role in Subiaco’s heritage while introducing new homes, shops, businesses and open space. The area will recognise the history of AFC with public art, a heritage interpretation trail, and integrating machinery and parts of the factory buildings into new structures.
Public ArtUnique public art celebrate's the site's social, cultural and commercial past.
Heritage interpretationThe AFC site reflects Subiaco's rich history and heritage through a heritage interpretation trail.