Developed in the early 1990s, Currambine is a relatively new suburb within the City of Joondalup. Home to 6,912 people at the time of the 2016 Census, Currambine’s most influential growth period was between 1993 and 2006. Situated 26 kilometres north of Perth, the three square kilometre suburb is bound by Burns Beach Road in the north, Mitchell Freeway in the east, Shenton Avenue in the south and Marmion Avenue in the west.
Life in Currambine
The opening of the Currambine railway station was the impetus for growth in Currambine and continues to keep the suburb well connected. It connects to the Joondalup line, providing locals with quick and convenient transport into Perth. A commercial area in the southwest sector is a highlight that features the Currambine Market Place shopping centre, which includes a cinema and the Joondalup Golf Course. There are two local primary schools in Currambine, one public and one private, as well as plenty of open public park space for locals to enjoy.