• Ascot

    • -16.5% ANNUAL
    • $580,000 ANNUAL
    • 2,572 POPULATION

    Ascot is an inner-city suburb of Perth that has undergone substantial redevelopment in recent years. Home to more than 2,500 people following a population increase in the mid 1990s, Ascot is well known for its recreational facilities and has an industrial sector along the Great Eastern Highway. Its total land area spans four square kilometres.

    Life in Ascot

    Arguably the most notable feature of the suburb is the Ascot Racecourse, a major horse racing track, which never fails to draw a crowd. There are plenty of parks in the suburb, like Adachi Park, Garvey Park and Hardey Park, which provide terrific... read more

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  • Ascot facts


    Distance to Perth (km) 7
    Postcode 6104
    Local Government Belmont
    Local schools Belmont P.S.
    Nearby schools St Columba's School (Bayswater) , Notre Dame School (Cloverdale) , St Maria Goretti's Catholic School (Redcliffe)
    Shops Belmont Forum
    Train stations Ashfield
    Bus services Bus service along Great Eastern Highway

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    2016 Census Summary Ascot Perth
    Population - usually resident 2,572 1,943,858
    Median age of residents (years) 42 36
    Average household size (persons) 2.00 3.00
    Number of occupied dwellings * 967 690,280
    Number of unoccupied dwellings 156 85,730
    Median weekly household income $1,851 $1,643
    Median monthly mortgage repayment $2,167 $2,000
    Total private dwellings 1,121 776,015
    Area (sqkm) 4 6,416
    * Excludes visitor only households

    Ascot by age

    Ascot households

    Growth of Nearby Suburbs

    Redcliffe 5.7%
    Belmont -2.4%
    South Guildford -7.1%

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