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Located 14 kilometres from Perth, Mirrabooka has 19 properties and houses for sale across its 5 square kilometres. Mirrabooka has an annual growth rate of 9.6% with a median house price of $400,000.
Boasting a population of approximately 8,110, the area has experienced a one-year growth rate of 9.6%. With residents paying a median monthly mortgage repayment of $1,600, Mirrabooka’s population has a median age of 32 years.
Popular amongst individuals, couples and families, Mirrabooka is conveniently located near shops and local schools including Boyare Primary School, Dryandra Primary School, John Septimus Roe Anglican Community School, The Y Vocational School and, is serviced by No train service train station and Bus service to Perth CBD.
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Mirrabooka was formally created as a suburb in 1982 following the abandonment of the original vision of the area, which was to be a ‘satellite city’ that would help accommodate a rapidly growing post-war population. Mirrabooka is 14 kilometres from Perth and largely characterised by single detached dwellings of brick and tile construction.
Residents in Mirrabooka have a good supply of public open space and parks to enjoy at their leisure. The Herb Graham Recreation Centre is a terrific multi-purpose sport and community centre with function rooms available for hire. The Mirrabooka Regional Centre caters to the suburbs amenities and commercial requirements and features the Mirrabooka Square Shopping Centre. Within Mirrabooka there are also three primary schools, one high school and a public library.
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