Armadale’s city centre

Redevelopment in Armadale’s centre has seen the expansion of Armadale’s shopping precincts and new landscaping, lighting and street furniture. Our project includes West of Railway, a 9 hectare of under-utilised land planned to become an inner-city residential precinct.

Higher density living

110 new specialty shops, supermarkets and department stores.

Celebrating Armadale’s history.

Celebrating Armadale’s history.

The works on the old Post Office

Improvements at the train station

Improvements at the train station

Forrestdale Business Park

Forrestdale Business Park is a 367 hectare commercial estate sitting between Ranford and Armadale Roads and Tonkin Highway. The area is expected to accommodate up to 700 industrial lots, which could create more than 15,000 jobs.

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    Easy access

    Major road networks create easy connections to Perth Airport, Fremantle, Kwinana and other industrial areas.

  • A front end loader picks up gravel from a pile as forklifts and containers sit in the background.

    Exciting investment opportunities

    Hitachi Construction Machinery Australia is establishing a new $100m facility which will employ 350 people.

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    For residents and businesses

    The business park offers large-scale industrial sites and smaller-scale shopping for local residents.

Champion Lakes

Champion Lakes sits at the heart of a major local and regional tourist destination and includes the international Regatta Centre, spectacular Aboriginal Interpretive Centre and housing opportunities.

The Aboriginal Interpretative Centre is the first of its kind in Perth

A world class rowing complex

25 hectares of residential land

Champion Drive

Located on the corner of Champion Drive and Lake Road, this precinct covers 53 hectares and will provide around 700 new homes to families and workers.

The Seville Grove residential estate, developed by LandCorp, sets a new standard in sustainable housing. The estate features tree-lined avenues, rehabilitated wetland and bushland areas, and the latest in solar and water-efficient home design. Seville Grove is the first housing estate in WA to have mandatory rainwater tanks installed as a condition of planning approval.

Front of new sustainable house in Seville Drive.

The Seville Grove estate aims to set new standards in sustainable housing.


This was one of the first towns established as part of the Swan River colony.

The western portion of Kelmscott, bounded by Albany Highway, the rail line north to Westfield Road, Davis Road and Railway Avenue, has been earmarked for redevelopment as part of our Armadale project area. The rail station has been upgraded, and landscaping works and new street lighting installed on Albany highway. Our revitalisation of this area aims to celebrate Kelmscott’s rich history, and improve transport links for pedestrians and traffic.