Osborne Park Suburb Profile

WA 6017

Northern Suburbs

Osborne Park Suburb Report

The years following the Second World War saw the transformation of Osborne Park into the mixed-use residential, industrial and commercial suburb it is today. Part of the City of Stirling's municipality, Osborne Park has a land area of five square kilometres and a population exceeding 4,000 people.

Life in Osborne Park

The Osborne Park industrial area is a significant feature within the suburb, housing showrooms, retail outlets and business offices. The residential sectors of Osborne Park enjoy numerous small recreational parks, while Herdsman Lake is a large area of open space that attracts both locals and visitors.

Key Suburb Statistics

For Osborne Park WA 6017, June 2020

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Average Rent

4,120
Population

-3.3%
Annual Growth

$483,500
Median house price

Main Street is a beacon for lovers of multicultural cuisine with restaurants, cafés and shops lining the lively street. Also in the suburb are a number of recreational facilities such as gymnasiums and indoor sporting centres, and a local primary school.

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