HALLS HEAD

Tucked between the Ocean and The Estuary is the popular and historic suburb of Halls Head. Originally settled in the 1830’s, Halls Head has grown to home over 13,000 residents in a diverse range of homes, appealing to all demographics. Halls Head is primarily a suburb for families, having 17 parks and landmarks consisting of Robert Point, Doddi’s Beach, Blue Bay Beach, Polleys Hole and the Mandurah Country Club to name a few. Halls Head is also home to the Western Foreshore, located on Mandurah’s famous Mandurah Foreshore. Halls Park quite often plays host for events, including the Annual Crab Fest.

Halls Head is approximately 11 square kilometres and features community infrastructure and facilities such as medical centres, a fantastic sports stadium and recreation centre, four primary schools and a high school. Halls Head Shopping Centre also features a number of large shopping retailers and specialty stores.

HALLS HEAD

This beautiful suburb has many lifestyle options to live with undulating hills in Old Halls Head on larger blocks, to Beachside new homes in Seascapes, Established homes surrounded by trees and the Golf Course. Halls Head also features a higher end of the market offering beautiful homes on canal waterways, on the beachfront or overlooking the entrance to the ocean on Fairbridge Road.

Whether you want to have the ability to walk into the city of Mandurah, have your boat at the back door, enjoy an ocean view or live the beachside lifestyle. Halls Head really does offer it all