Economic profile and community statistics
The Town of Victoria Park is located immediately south-east of Perth, approximately five kilometres from the CBD. The Town is bounded by the Swan River in the north-west and north, the City of Belmont in the north-east, the City of Canning in the south-east, and the City of South Perth in the south-west.
The population of the Town of Victoria Park is approximately 38,450, with a population density of 21.46 persons per hectare. The Town of Victoria Park is largely residential, with some educational, commercial and industrial areas. The Town encompasses a total land area of about 18 square kilometres. For more detailed information on the demographics of the Town of Victoria Park, such as gender, age, ethnicity, visit profile id.
There are over 4,000 businesses registered within the Town of Victoria Park spanning a wide variety of trades. These businesses service a growing population of approximately 38,450 which is forecast to grow to 56,000 by 2036. For more detailed information on population projections, visit forecast id
The Town’s largest employers are in the sectors of education and training and the arts and recreation, which is reflective of the significant levels of commercial investment into the area. The Town of Victoria Park is already home to educational and research institutions such as Curtin University, Technology Park, Swan TAFE and entertainment attractions including Perth Stadium, Perth Hockey Stadium, Brownes Stadium, Belmont Racecourse, Lathlain Oval, Crown Perth and Crown Towers — Perth's tallest hotel and only 6-star hotel in Perth. The Town is also home to a thriving café strip — Albany Highway, which runs through the centre of the town. For a more detailed account of the economy of the Town of Victoria Park, for statistics such as types of businesses, local GDP, place of work and educational level of residents, visit economy id.
It is the Town of Victoria Park’s goal to attract a diverse array of businesses to the area to keep the vibrancy of the area alive.