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  • Joondanna

    • -17.7% ANNUAL
      GROWTH
    • $650,000 ANNUAL
      MED.PRICE
    • 4,566 POPULATION
    The first of the northern suburbs which were born in the post War period of the 1940s was Joondanna. Following the rejection of Belair, a fashionable suburb of Hollywood, California, as a suitable name for the proposed subdivision, the Perth Road Board launched a competition to find a suitable name. The competition was won by Mrs A Curtis of Donnybrook. She once lived in Osborne Park and suggested Joondanna as this was the name given by a Mr. Banks to his property. He is believed to have been the first settler and owner of land in the area. 567 entries were attracted in the competition which was held in August 1939.
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  • Joondanna Facts

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    Distance to Perth (km) 6
    Postcode 6060
    Local Government Stirling
    Local Schools Saint Denis School
    Nearby Schools Our Ladys Assumption School (Dianella) , Aranmore (Leederville) , St Paul's Primary School (Mount Lawley) , Servite College (Tuart Hill) , St Kieran Catholic Primary School (Tuart Hill)
    Shops Dog Swamp Shopping Centre, Flinders Square
    Train Stations Glendalough
    Bus Services Bus service to Perth CBD or Glendalough Train Station
     

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    2011 Census Summary Joondanna Perth
    Population - Usually Resident 4,566 1,645,573
    Median Age of Residents (Years) 36 35
    Average Household Size (persons) 2.00 2.55
    Total Households 2,065 604,425
    Number of Occupied Dwellings * 2,285 595,499
    Number of Unoccupied Dwellings 222 57,529
    Median Weekly Household Income $1,262 $1,481
    Median Monthly Mortgage Repayment $1,836 $2,008
    Median Weekly Rent $300 $327
    * Excludes visitor only households
     

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