DISCOVER MORE ABOUT HOMEBROOK’S LOCATION –
WHERE CONVENIENCE COMES NATURALLY.
Located in the leafy heart of Gosnells – a thriving and popular
Perth suburb – Homebrook offers close connection to nature
and to all the modern conveniences you and your family need
for a great lifestyle.
An easy commute
With two train stations close by with trains departing for the city every 15 minutes (more frequently during peak times), numerous bus stops and six local bus routes, plus close access to Perth by car via the Albany Highway, you’ll find it an easy commute from your peaceful natureside home to the bustling Perth CBD no matter the time of day.
Fun nights out (or in)
Whether you want to dine out or order in, Gosnells is close to a rich spread of restaurants, from pizza places to Indian restaurants, taverns to bars, fish and chipperies to fine dining and more … all less than 10 minutes away. Plus, the famous food hall at the Gosnells Railway Markets and the family-friendly Gosnells hotel are both only 2 minutes down the road!
With a shopping centre and the Gosnells Railway Markets walking distance or a 2-minute drive down the road – along with nearby newsagents, delis and convenience stores, major retailers and more – you’ll be close to all the practical and indulgent shopping you need to fuel your family and your lifestyle. Plus, the shopping mecca of the Perth CBD is less than 30 minutes down the road.
Quality education & childcare
Homebrook is walking distance or a short drive to a huge selection of quality primary and secondary schools, childcare centres, TAFEs and more. With so many options only 4 to 7 minutes drive away, you’ll be setting your family up to thrive in Gosnells.
Parks & green spaces
With more than 25 parks in the suburb of Gosnells, you’ll find you’re close to everything you need to live an active life outdoors. At Homebrook, you’re close to everything from playgrounds and BBQS to treetop walks and scenic picnic spots, sports fields, tennis courts, skate tracks and exercise equipment, nature walks, bike tracks and more.
A piece of Perth History
The suburb of Gosnells was established in 1890 along the Canning River. Before then, for thousands of years, the Nyungar people fished the river for its plentiful fish and birds. At Homebrook, you’ll be living just down the road from the State Heritage listed Wilkinson Homestead Museum where you can discover the history of the area.