Why invest? 

The Town of Victoria Park is a vibrant urban community, 10 minutes from Perth's CBD. Driven by a culture of innovation, the Town has become a sought-after destination for residential, commercial and leisure pursuits. Its diverse community is reflected by unique bars, quirky cafes and international eats along the Albany Highway strip. The Town truly prides itself on being a dynamic place for everyone. 

Victoria Park is growing, from Archer Street in Carlile and the expanding communtiy hub of lathlain Place, to the evolution of WA's premiere entertainment precinct on the Burswood Peninsula. 

Invest in the growth of Victoria Park and create investment opportunities where business can prosper.

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Vic Park Investment Advantages

Progressive Local government

The Town of Victoria Park is committed to collaborative working. By partnering with surrounding and regional local governments it embraces efficiency and openness.

Taking pride in aiding Vic Park’s growth, Town staff work collaboratively and effectively with investors, developers and community groups. Certified building applications have an eight day average turnaround, planning applications can be approved in under 60 days and environmental health applications are assessed in two weeks on average.

Integrated transport and movement

Already home to a heritage train line, five train stations, equitable parking and access to trains, buses, walking and cycling ways, Vic Park has a strong focus on the travel needs of all users.

Recognising that streets are a core component of sustainable places, not just a means of moving people, Vic Park proactively looks at how to better accommodate active movement and improved access. This includes emphasis on walking, cycling and linking public transport. Integrated transport and movement outcomes interlink with planning and public open space aspirations.

Proximity to key links and facilities

Close to Perth Airport and CBD, Vic Park hosts regional transport and commercial infrastructure such as Curtin University, Bentley Tech Park, and Optus Stadium.

Diverse land availability and opportunities

46% of the Town’s land is still developable including around the heritage train line, Burswood Peninsula, Burswood Station East, Bentley to Curtin University and Technology Park, Albany Highway and St James, Kent Street and Carlisle.

With an aim of 19,400 more dwellings by 2050, there are significant development opportunities in established and emerging areas, including Burswood and Albany Highway.

Young, diverse and growing population 

The Town’s population is expected to more than double in the next 35 years. The dwellings growth to accommodate this will continue the transformation of the Town into a bustling, cosmopolitan urban community.

Over 50% of residents are under 35 and 40% of the community were born overseas. This is reflected with busy town centres, a variety of restaurants and a blossoming street art scene.

Skilled and educated workforce 

Over 70% of Vic Park’s resident workforce has a higher education qualification. Curtin University and two South Metro TAFE campuses are located in the Town of Victoria Park.


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