Mount Helena is a rural and residential suburb 33 kilometres north of Perth. Established in the mid-1800s, Mount Helena's most significant development period didn't occur until the 1970s and 1980s. The suburb has a total land area of 29 square kilometres and was home to more than 3,185 people at the 2016 Census.
Life in Mount Helena
The numerous parks and reserves that provide Mount Helena with its beautiful rural backdrop are perhaps the suburbs most notable features. Some of these parks and reserves include Wooroloo Regional Park, Dargin Park, Pioneer Park and the Railway Reserves Heritage Trail. Also of note are the Mount Helena Aquatic Centre and several local schools such as Eastern Hills Senior High School and Mount Helena Primary School.