Clarkson Suburb Profile

WA 6030
Northern Suburbs

Clarkson Suburb Report

Located 34kms north of Perth, Clarkson sits between Marmion Avenue, Mitchell Freeway and the Joondalup train line. Clarkson’s location and designated train station allow for easy access to beaches, Mindarie Marina, Joondalup Shopping District and Perth city.

Clarkson saw a boom in population after the early 90s, with a spike in new homes built, as well as schools, parks and amenities to match the growing population.

Clarkson offers an abundance of entertainment options for families, including 10 parks in the suburb.

The Ocean Keys Shopping Centre, located within Clarkson provides a mix of restaurants, retail and medical centres.

A popular suburb for families, Clarkson includes several schools including Clarkson Primary School, Clarkson Community High School and Saint Andrew’s Catholic Primary School. As well as a North Metropolitan TAFE campus.

Key Suburb Statistics

For Clarkson WA 6030, September 2019

  • Average rent $340
  • Gross rental yield 4.43%
  • Rental vacancy rate 2.15%
  • Median house price $360,000

Property Stats

  • Capital growth in the median house price in Clarkson fell by 4.4% over the last 12 months (reported to the period ending June 2019, data may change retrospectively).
  • Average annual growth rate is -3.9% (over last 5 years).
  • There were 157 houses sales in Clarkson in 2019, down from 194 in 2018.
  • The median house price as of September 2019 is $360,000.
  • Total population: 12,967 (Census 2016, ABS).

*As supplied by reiwa.com.au and CoreLogic as at 1 October 2019.

Rental Stats

  • Average rent: $340.
  • Gross rental yield: 4.43%.
  • Average three bedroom rent: $330.
  • Average four bedroom rent: $370.
  • Rental vacancy rate: 2.15%.
  • Population growth rate: 11.0%.

*As supplied by realestate.com.au and realestateinvestor.com.au as at 1 October 2019.

Sales Statistics

  • Median house price: $360,000
  • Median three bedroom house price: $335,000
  • Median four bedroom house price: $380,000

*As supplied by realestate.com.au as at 1 October 2019.

Nearby Attractions and Amenities

What’s in the pipeline?

Clarkson’s population continues to grow at a healthy 11% with a number of residential projects expected in the coming years, including double storey townhouses and single-story units.

*As supplied by abc.net.au and metronet.wa.gov.au.

Transport

Clarkson is located in the City of Wanneroo, served by Mitchell Freeway and the Joondalup railway line.

Education

Clarkson is home to public and private primary and secondary schools as well as a North Metropolitan TAFE Clarkson Campus specialising in skilled trades.

Clarkson Demographics

*As supplied by realestate.com.au and domain.com.au as at 1 October 2019.

About Benchmark

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