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  • Palmyra

    • -10.3% ANNUAL
      GROWTH
    • $650,000 ANNUAL
      MED.PRICE
    • 6,609 POPULATION

    Are you interested in buying, renting or investing in Palmyra? Here at REIWA, we recognise that choosing the right suburb is not an easy choice.

    To provide an understanding of the kind of lifestyle Palmyra offers, we've collated all the relevant market information, key facts, demographics and statistics to help you make a confident and informed decision.

    Our interactive map allows you to delve deeper into this suburb and locate points of interest like transport, schools and amenities. You can also see median and current sales prices for houses and units, as well as sales activity and growth rates.

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  • Palmyra Facts

    KEY FACTS

    Distance to Perth (km) 11
    Postcode 6157
    Local Government Melville
    Local Schools Palmyra P.S., Our Lady of Fatima P.S.
    Nearby Schools Mel Maria Catholic Primary School (Attadale) , Santa Maria College (Attadale) , Christ the King School (Beaconsfield), Christian Brother's College (Fremantle) , St Patrick's Primary School (Fremantle) , Our Lady of Mount Carmel
    Shops Palmyra Shopping Centre
    Train Stations Bullcreek
    Bus Services Bus Service to Bullcreek Train Station
     

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    2011 Census Summary Palmyra Perth
    Population - Usually Resident 6,609 1,645,573
    Median Age of Residents (Years) 39 35
    Average Household Size (persons) 2.00 2.55
    Total Households 2,923 604,425
    Number of Occupied Dwellings * 3,203 595,499
    Number of Unoccupied Dwellings 288 57,529
    Median Weekly Household Income $1,304 $1,481
    Median Monthly Mortgage Repayment $1,894 $2,008
    Median Weekly Rent $305 $327
    * Excludes visitor only households
     

    Palmyra by Age

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