2965 Strettle Road
Mahogany Creek WA 6072
2965 Strettle Road, Mahogany Creek
Remember the first time you drove up into the Hills? Maybe you thought you were coming for a visit. But, like happens to so many of us, a piece of you stayed. Perhaps you visited one of our many iconic taverns, watched your children play in the sun on the warm grass, their giggles travelling over the earth while you felt your whole body breathe out. You might have taken home a souvenir from that vintage shop tucked away on the backstreet, or spent a moment surrounding yourself with inspiration at the Gallery, or perhaps even stretched your legs and your lungs tackling one of the various walking paths. In any case, it didn't turn out to be just a visit. This place keeps calling you back.
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Get to know Mahogany Creek
This suburb takes its name from Mahogany Creek, a picturesque tributary of Jane Brook which flows through the area. The creek was known by this name as early as 1830, and takes its name from the towering forest through which it flowed (mahogany was the early colonial name for Jarrah). This place is well known from "The Old Mahogany Inn" located here, an early colonial wayside inn, formerly known as the "Prince of Wales" Inn. The area was developed as orchard land in the 1890's, and a railway stopping place was established here in 1891.
Life in Mahogany Creek
Mahogany Creek is located within the Perth Hills and is part of the Shire of Mundaring. Facilities include Brown Park Main Hall, Mahogany Creek Hall and Danny Wimperus Reserve including a kids playground. This suburb is a close drive to Mundaring Village Shopping Centre and relies on neighbouring suburbs for primary and secondary schools.