Halls Head is a large residential suburb within the City of Mandurah. Established in the 1830s, it wasn't until the 1970s that the suburb was officially named and another decade still before significant development occurred. There are more than 13,000 people living within the Halls Head boundaries, which contain a number of canal estates.
Life in Halls Head
Halls Head is a diverse suburb with both residential and commercial uses and features a number of landmarks like Robert Point, Doddies Beach, Blue Bay, Polleys Hole and the Mandurah Country Club. The Halls Head district centre features a large shopping centre, as well as medical and ancillary facilities, while there are community facilities in the area like a sports stadium and recreation centre. Also in the suburb are four primary schools and a high school.
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