Yokine’s primary growth period began after the Second World War with development almost fully complete by the late 1970s. Yokine’s property landscape reflects this 30 year period, with everything from brick developments, to timber-framed houses, international homes and even modern architecture lining the streets.
Life in Yokine
Parks and reserves are a dominant aspect of Yokine, with facilities for lawn bowls and tennis, as well as sporting ovals and a community recreation centre within these public areas. The Western Australian Golf Club is a defining feature of the suburb for residents and visitors alike. Also of note are two local schools, a senior campus, and Dog Swamp and Flinders Square shopping centres.