Yanchep & Two Rocks

Yanchep is an outer coastal suburb of Perth, Western Australia, 56 kilometres (35 mi) north of Perth's central business district. It is a very relaxed area with the ‘holiday feel’. It was built by entrepreneur Alan Bond in the 1970s for the 1977 America's Cup. The area covers the urban centre of Yanchep as well as Yanchep National Park in its entirety. Its boundaries as a suburb are extremely large, covering over 220 square kilometres (85 sq mi) and taking up almost the entire northern and north-eastern portion of the City of Wanneroo. The lands comprising Yanchep were initially used as a sheep station, up until 1970 when Alan Bond bought approximately 8,100 hectares (20,000 acres) of land in the area. Bond Corporation presented designs for "Yanchep Sun City" - a future satellite city of over 200,000 residents. The area's first houses were built in 1972, and the marina at nearby Two Rocks was built as part of the same project two years later. However, sales of homes in the area had already slowed down by 1974. In 1977, the project was bought out by Tokyu Corporation after Bond Corporation began experiencing financial difficulties. In the Western Australian State Government's "Directions 2031" urban expansion plan, Yanchep was once again highlighted as a future satellite city and major metropolitan centre.


As a suburb, Yanchep has few conventional facilities. A small shopping precinct on Village Row contains a bottle shop, a pharmacy and an IGA Xpress, providing basic needs. A short drive into Butler, Clarkson and Joondalup, you will find medical centres, all your major shopping facilities and retail outlets and public services. Yanchep is a popular tourist destination. With its popular beachside accommodation and popular caravan sites and there is also the Yanchep Inn in the National Park. Yanchep National Park includes guided tours of Crystal Cave, bush walks, koala displays, and the Loch McNess lake. During the 1980s the area was home to popular tourist attractions including Atlantis Marine Park and the Sun City Marina.

 

Your weekend getaway

A local community that has such a History, documented with early settlers and maritime explorations.

Whether it's the unspoilt beaches, majestic bushland of the myriad of activities the whole family can enjoy Yanchep and Two Rocks have long been places to get away from it all and it is all within an hours drive of Perth.

Located approximately 50 kms North of the Perth CBD.

Dive into The Reef, Two Rock’s established private estate nestled upon exquisite natural coastline, ensuring many home sites enjoy soaring ocean views. A vibrant, established estate where families can live, laugh and grow alongside one another in a warm and friendly coastal community. Surrounded by shady parks and unspoilt beaches, a new home with plenty of space to roam is waiting.

This is your moment in the sun - take it.

Yanchep National Park is the perfect place to experience a true Aussie environment in a pristine, national park. Visitors can experience Aboriginal culture (subject to availability), participate in a cave tour and admire heritage architecture, Australian flora and fauna including kangaroos and koalas, walk along the park’s trails, enjoy a picnic in the natural surrounds or dine at one of the park’s dining facilities.

 

Address:Yanchep National Park, Wanneroo Road  Perth WA 6035

Phone: (08) 9561 1004

Yanchep Golf Estate is a new community that will ultimately include around 1,500 households.  There will be a huge range of homesite options, including some of the largest lots on offer in the local area.  Many directly overlook the golf course, while others offer panoramic views of the surrounds and Yanchep National Park. Future plans for Yanchep Golf Estate include a proposed neighbourhood activity centre and land has been set aside for a potential primary school. Residents will all enjoy beautifully landscaped parklands, playgrounds, a walking trail and areas of natural bushland – all designed to blend seamlessly with bordering Country Club grounds. The estate is still in the planning stages and some features, including schools, medical centres and  - so visit this site often to see how those plans are changing and taking shape over time.

Yanchep Golf Estate is located along Yanchep Beach Road, bounded by the Mitchell Freeway road reserve and the Yanchep National Park to the east; Yanchep Beach Road to the south; Sun City Country Club to the west; and future residential development to the north. It is an opportunity to buy into the sort of prized Perth lifestyle for which this city is famous – and relax into the kind of holiday living only Yanchep can provide.

Take a walk around the golf course and soak up the country club atmosphere – you don’t need to love golf to love Yanchep Golf Estate.  Then take a short drive to Yanchep’s beautiful, white sandy beaches and you’ll agree that this is the chance to create your ultimate lifestyle.

Jindowie located just 30km north of Joondalup, Jindowie is a real community in an unreal spot. Here you can own a coastal block near Yanchep Lagoon, schools, shops, sports clubs and a golf club for as little as $149,000. WOW WEE! JINDOWIE!

Choose from a variety of traditional and cottage sized lots priced from only $149,000*

Open parklands, entertainment facilities, play areas and shopping precinct

Beautiful natural attractions - Yanchep National Park and Indian Ocean

Completed Marmion Avenue and Mitchell Freeway extensions provide fast, direct travel to Joondalup and Perth CBD

Planned train station located within the estate

New city centre, upgraded high school, retail, commercial and light industrial hubs and more planned for the region

Discover the true spirit of living at Jindowie in an established, well-loved community complete with a host of established and planned amenities.It’s not just a house set on any land, at Frasers we have over 90 years experience in creating lively neighbourhoods for your home. Together with some of Perth’s most trusted builders, we pride ourselves in building suburbs where singles, couples and families can live and play amongst friends, conveniently situated close to all the shops you need plus schools for kids, cafes for relaxing and parks for playing.

Sun City Coutry Club

 

Designed by Bob Green of Golf and Recreation Planners and the club’s first captain Murray Dawson, the golf course at Sun City Country Club is one of WA’s favorite layouts.

The first round was played on July 27, 1974 after a construction phase of just 15 months and its quality was immediately broadcast by three WA PGAs from 1975 to 1977.

A major highlight of any round at Sun City has always been the long sweeping breaks on greens which seem to keep their line secret until just after impact of putter on ball.

Another unique fascination of the course is the length of many of its holes, demanding good use of every club in the bag, including the longest irons. This fascination is made even more acute off the tee, where the many dogleg fairways (12 out of 14) demand a perfect line into the outside of the corner.

Naturally, time and the large number of imported trees now almost 40 years old have changed the original characteristics of the course, and it is with great excitement that the club enters a new phase – a revision of the course.

A Master Plan for this revision has been completed by the renowned Ogilvy Clayton team including 2006 US Open Champion Geoff Ogilvy and touring PGA Professional Mike Clayton who co-designed the stellar Barnbougle Dunes in Tasmania with world renowned Tom Doak.

Playing Sun City any time is a joy. The benefit of a revision can only take this course higher in status. New highlights of the revised course will include

lower lying challenges on dogleg corners to replace existing ‘walls’ of trees penalising only the shorter hitter

two shorter Par 4’s loaded with options off the tee, but commensurate difficulty for the more conservative lay-up.

a short Par 3 to balance the lengths of existing one-shotters.