Joondanna Suburb Profile

WA 6060

Northern Suburbs

Joondanna Suburb Report

The first of the northern suburbs which were born in the post War period of the 1940s was Joondanna. Originally named Joondanna Heights, Joondanna was chosen after the Perth Road Board launched a competition to find a suitable name in 1939. The competition was won by Mrs A Curtis of Donnybrook who suggested Joondanna as this was the name given by a Mr. Banks to his property. He is believed to have been the first settler and owner of land in the area.

Life in Joondanna

Joondanna contains a number of small shops to cater for daily grocery needs. The largest park within the region surrounds the water tower on Roberts Street and Albert James Park also provides for passive recreation. Joondanna also contains a primary school and a home for seniors.

Key Suburb Statistics

For Joondanna WA 6060, September 2019

$370
Average Rent

4,836
Population

-4.6%
Annual Growth

$620,000
Median house price

Information courtesty of https://reiwa.com.au as at 8 June 2020.