An exciting future is on the cards, in Kardinya.

It’s not hard to imagine why Kardinya is soaring to new heights. As an established suburb home to almost 10,000 residents in the City of Melville, you’ll find yourself perfectly placed south of the river. Fremantle's famous beaches, bars, cafés, markets, arts and entertainment venues are just minutes away, while Garden City is on your doorstep, poised to become WA's largest fashion and leisure destination. Beaches, café strips, tranquillity, golf courses – this is the Kardinya of today.
 
And the future is even more exciting.
 
Kardinya is poised to benefit from an array of exciting key revitalisation developments earmarked within the south-western metropolitan region. And as employment is driven skywards and growth flourishes, demand for land is expected to increase.
 
 

 
Murdoch Health and Knowledge Precinct
Building on the existing state-of-the-art Fiona Stanley Medical Centre, Landcorp has earmarked a new precinct providing health, residential, office, retail and short-stay accommodation. Kardinya will become an important residential area servicing this new hub, enhancing demand for property in the area.
 
King Square Development
Fremantle’s King’s Square can be easily accessed from Kardinya via South Street. With the state government’s commitment to relocate approximately 1,500 workers into Kings Square as part of a Town Centre revitalisation plan, residents will soon have a range of dining, cultural and retail lures at their fingertips.
 
City of Melville Local Planning Strategy
As revitalisation takes shape in Kardinya and surrounds, the city must prepare for projected population growth areas. The City of Melville’s Local Planning Strategy has identified the need to intensify development around the Kardinya District Shopping Centre, as well as in and around activity centres and transport nodes.
 
Cockburn Redevelopment
Located approximately 8km south of Kardinya, the revitalised Cockburn Town Centre’s future is easily accessible for residents of The Heights. Now home of the Cockburn Town Aquatic & Recreation Centre and the Fremantle Dockers’ state-of-the-art training centre, residents will want to be close to this growing retail and recreational hotspot.
 
Usually, moving to a brand new home means moving to Perth's distant outer suburbs. 
The Heights is strategically positioned between the Fiona Stanley Precinct, Fremantle City Centre and Cockburn Central to meet growing demand.

The Heights offers a rare opportunity to move to a modern estate, with greater flexibility than apartment living while avoiding the high maintenance of traditional low density blocks, its appeal is unique and unrivalled. 
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