• Carlisle

    • 6.3% ANNUAL
    • $510,000 ANNUAL
    • 6,475 POPULATION
    Following the opening of the Perth-Pinjarra Railway on the 2nd May 1893, Haydon's Siding was constructed near the foundry of that name to the east of Victoria Park. From 1893 to 1912, the area was gradually settled and a station was built near the siding and it was first known as Mint Street but later changed to Victoria Park East. Following a meeting of ratepayers in May 1919, the name "Carlisle" was chosen for the station. Although it is said that the station was named after the railway town in England near the Scottish border as it was considered that the area was on the border between Perth and its suburbs, it is... read more
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    Distance to Perth (km) 8
    Postcode 6101
    Local Government Victoria Park
    Local schools Carlisle P.S., Holy Name P.S., Carlisle TAFE Campus,
    Nearby schools St Joseph's School (Queens Park) , St Norbert College (Queens Park) , Santa Clara School (St James)
    Shops Belmont Forum, The Park Centre
    Train stations Carlisle or Oats St

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    2016 Census Summary Carlisle Perth
    Population - usually resident 6,475 1,943,858
    Median age of residents (years) 34 36
    Average household size (persons) 2.00 3.00
    Number of occupied dwellings * 2,554 690,280
    Number of unoccupied dwellings 376 85,730
    Median weekly household income $1,421 $1,643
    Median monthly mortgage repayment $1,987 $2,000
    Total private dwellings 2,931 776,015
    Area (sqkm) 3 6,416
    * Excludes visitor only households

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