Selling points: Prices in Gosnells are very affordable, especially for a suburb that is still close to the Perth CBD. Local trains and buses provide easy access to shops, markets, cafes, recreational parks and complexes, foothills and various other amenities. Gosnells rates highly for sales among its peers in the City of Gosnells shire, with the highest percentage per annum.
Most sought after properties: Properties in the price range of $270-310,000 are popular, with three and four-bedroom houses and units both available.
Most common properties: Houses ranging in price from as low as $200,000 to as high as $2 million characterise this area.
Top amenities: Transport, good schooling, medical facilities, cafes and restaurants and a number of other amenities.
Local industry and business: Local employment is made up of retail, hospitality, catering, banks, and the real estate industry.
Recent changes: Gosnells had a major recent facelift, including train line relocation and the Albany Highway upgrade, as well as work completed on council buildings and parks. Many units have been built close to the train line due to the zoning situation and the location’s demand.
Best streets: The best area to buy is a personal preference based on people's needs and price range.
Public transport: Multiple bus routes cater for all the main streets. The 25km trip to the CBD only takes around 20 minutes.
Main arteries: Access to the Tonkin Highway has been upgraded, while Roe Highway is nearby and the town centre is on the Albany Highway, which follows the train line straight to the city. Beaches are within 40 minutes, with some of the best being Fremantle, Mandurah and Hillary’s.