Crawley: Suburb in the Spotlight

Situated on the banks of the Swan River in Matilda Bay and with Kings Park and Perth City skyline visible, the suburb of Crawley is one of Perth’s most picturesque locations in the ‘Golden Triangle’.

Home to around 4000 people and located within the City of Perth and the City of Subiaco municipalities, postcode 6009 is defined by its Instagram worthy scenery and enviable lifestyle.

Just four kilometres South of the Perth CBD and a short drive from Perth’s beautiful beaches, this idyllic riverside suburb is experiencing renewed investor interest with the recent launch of brand-new apartments, Aviva on Broadway.

Real rates Crawley as a ‘high demand’ market with prices on the rise.

Out and about

Generations of Perth kids have paddled in the river or jumped from the pontoon with the area very popular with locals and day trippers for swimming, boating, picnics and barbecues.

For the energetic, the magnificent grounds of Kings Park and Botanic Gardens are within cycling distance of Crawley and a stroll along the network of paths or a sail, kayak or row on the river are all possible from your new apartment.

Destination dining and shopping

Whether it is a fine dining experience at the iconic Matilda Bay Restaurant, breakfast or a coffee and cake at the Bayside kitchen or a self-catering picnic, Matilda Bay’s outstanding views are everywhere. The restaurant and nearby Royal Perth Yacht club are also stunning venues for weddings and celebrations.

Zafferano restaurant and Riverside Brew House are both located at the Old Swan Brewery site at Crawley commanding magnificent views. The Broadway café strip is close by. Broadway Fair is your local shopping centre with an IGA supermarket and great mix of fashion and speciality stores. Just 5km away from Crawley is the fashion and food mecca of Claremont Quarter.

More than lectures

Western Australia’s oldest and most picturesque university, The University of Western Australia (UWA), is also within walking distance and it is not just for students.

UWA’s social, cultural and sporting events including the Perth Festival, outdoor Somerville films, theatre productions, music performances and special events such as Perth Upmarket are all on your doorstep in Crawley.

A mix of government and independent primary and secondary schools and colleges are all within the area including five highly sought-after private boys’ and girls’ schools.

Connecting and commuting

Trains and busses connect Crawley with the CBD and Elizabeth Quay, Perth’s Western suburb beaches and Claremont. The freeway and other major roads are all easily accessible for the daily commute.  

Iconic images

As landmark photo opportunities go, the Crawley Edge Boatshed is one of the most instantly recognizable. Rated as one of the most instagrammable Perth photos, tourists and locals line up to get the perfect shot of the little blue boatshed in Crawley.

Nearby to the boatshed is the Eliza sculpture, named after the hill on which Kings Park sits and created by local Perth artist, Tony Jones. 
Interested in knowing more about investing in Aviva on Broadway? Contact Matthew Smith on 0430 766 360.
Source: Pindan

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