Outdoor fun

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It’s been a few years since LWP Property Group and Primewest launched the stunning coastal community, Vertex at Yanchep, and the development is really springing to life.

Affordability and a breathtaking seaside location are big drawcards for those moving to Yanchep – which is no longer just a holiday town – but it has many other treasures to discover.

LWP has big plans for Vertex, which has been designed to ensure a quality residential estate featuring a high standard of contemporary landscaping and overall presentation, retained natural bushland and an extensive cycle and footpath network.

Garth from LWP said the team wanted to the focus at Vertex to be all about creating fun outside.

“We are planning a kids’ bike route so children can ride to school, beautiful open spaces for people to explore and recently opened an adventure playground for those who love a bit of a challenge.”

The first residents at Vertex describe it as super affordable and bursting with opportunities for capital growth.

Kim Hemmings, who purchased one of the very first lots at Vertex, said she liked that it doesn’t feel like suburb living and there are a lot of things to do close by including visiting the lagoon and Yanchep National Park”.

Yanchep National Park attracts visitors from across the globe and is regarded as one of the most amazing national parks in the greater Perth metropolitan region.

With bushland and wetland areas, nine walking trails ranging in length from 500m to 46.2kms, birdwatching opportunities and roaming Western Grey Kangaroos, it is much-loved by young and old.

A 240m raised koala boardwalk has been built among the trees and caves and picnic spots are dotted throughout the 2,876 ha park.

One of the best known caves, Crystal Cave, is a fascinating underground limestone cavern with stalactites and stalagmites. Tours run four times per day.

Yanchep Lagoon is another big drawcard. Known for its soft white sand and crystal clear waters, the lagoon is the perfect place to swim and snorkel. Yanchep Beach and Fisherman’s hollow are great for keen fishermen too.

Surfers are also catered for with some well-known reef breaks close by.

Another early resident, Sharelle Platter, said she was drawn to the beachy feel at Vertex and the fact that it felt a world away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

“The estate feels like a small city of its own, particularly with the new shopping centre, but at the same time, the Yanchep Lagoon is close by and the beaches are beautiful,” she said

The area features nearby shops and medical services and is served by bus routes that take local residents to nearby railway stations.

Schools include Yanchep District High School for Kindergarten to Year 10 and Yanchep Beach Primary for Kindergarten to Year 6 students and a university and TAFE campus are planned for the future.

The Joondalup city centre, with all the extra services and amenities you could ever dream of, is only 20 minutes away and the Perth CBD is accessible in under an hour. 

To find out why you would love living at Vertex at Yanchep, contact Garth on 9590 0000.