Suburb Profile for Halls Head, WA

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Halls Head, WA 6210
70 km from CBD
Local council : Mandurah

Halls Head is one of the oldest established suburbs and also one of the most desirable. Only a 5-10 minute drive out of Mandurah city centre, this seaside suburb is a great place to raise the family with a choice of two primary schools in the area.

Two shopping centres, medical centres and other major amenities mean that you don't need to travel into Mandurah city centre for your everyday needs. It has many lovely parks throughout the area and for the boating enthusiasts, the Mary Street lagoon and boat ramp allow boat access into the Mandurah Estuary and waterways for a relaxing day of fishing or cruising.

Port Mandurah (Halls Head)
Port Mandurah is renowned as a water playground, and the home to those that love having their boat moored at their back doorstep. Within a few minutes of a walk, boat or car ride is central Mandurah, a place to shop, dine, and generally enjoy life in this coastal paradise.

Port Mandurah has real estate ranging from single storey modest homes to two storey mansions with tennis courts and pools. Prices range from $600,000 for a stylish unit on the water to mansions up to $4,000,000.

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Schools in Halls HeadShow on map
Glencoe Primary School
12 Brigadoon Close, Halls Head
Halls Head Community College
Casuarina Drive, Halls Head
www.hallsheadcc.wa.edu.au
Halls Head Primary School
21 Oleander Place, Halls Head
Living Waters Lutheran College
28 Karon Vista, Halls Head
hallsheadlwlc.wa.edu.au
Facilities in Halls HeadShow on map
Mandurah Country Club
16 Marsh Pl, Halls Head
www.mandcountryclub.com.au
Centro Halls Head
14 Guava Way, Halls Head
www.centrohallshead.com.au
Mandurah City SC
Mahogany Dr, Halls Head
www.mandurahcity.com