Barrarda Estate - Onslow

Stage 1A Now Selling

An opportune time to buy and build in Onslow, enquire today as the Barrarda Estate land sale is on now!

The expansion of Onslow is regarded by the State Government to be of strategic importance. The vision for Onslow is for it to become a vibrant, sustainable and prosperous place to work and live for both residents and visitors.

Barrarda Estate was completed in mid-2015. Since then the estate has seen 65 homes constructed and a further three are to be completed by June 2017.

The estate name Barrarda means nest or hut in the local Thalanyji language. 

 

Land For Sale
Onslow is a beautiful coastal town with a nice, sunny climate, particularly April-September. It is the oldest town in the Ashburton Shire, with a colourful history including pearl lugging and devastation by cyclone and Japanese bombing in World War II. Onslow will appeal to those with an avid interest in fishing, history and nature. - See more at: http://www.ashburton.wa.gov.au/visit-ashburton/onslow#sthash.Uq1rAoWe.dpuf
Onslow is a beautiful coastal town with a nice, sunny climate, particularly April-September. It is the oldest town in the Ashburton Shire, with a colourful history including pearl lugging and devastation by cyclone and Japanese bombing in World War II. Onslow will appeal to those with an avid interest in fishing, history and nature. - See more at: http://www.ashburton.wa.gov.au/visit-ashburton/onslow#sthash.Uq1rAoWe.dpuf
Onslow is a beautiful coastal town with a nice, sunny climate, particularly April-September. It is the oldest town in the Ashburton Shire, with a colourful history including pearl lugging and devastation by cyclone and Japanese bombing in World War II. Onslow will appeal to those with an avid interest in fishing, history and nature. - See more at: http://www.ashburton.wa.gov.au/visit-ashburton/onslow#sthash.Uq1rAoWe.dpuf
Onslow is a beautiful coastal town with a nice, sunny climate, particularly April-September. It is the oldest town in the Ashburton Shire, with a colourful history including pearl lugging and devastation by cyclone and Japanese bombing in World War II. Onslow will appeal to those with an avid interest in fishing, history and nature. - See more at: http://www.ashburton.wa.gov.au/visit-ashburton/onslow#sthash.Uq1rAoWe.dpuf
Onslow is a beautiful coastal town with a nice, sunny climate, particularly April-September. It is the oldest town in the Ashburton Shire, with a colourful history including pearl lugging and devastation by cyclone and Japanese bombing in World War II. Onslow will appeal to those with an avid interest in fishing, history and nature. - See more at: http://www.ashburton.wa.gov.au/visit-ashburton/onslow#sthash.Uq1rAoWe.dpuf
Onslow is a beautiful coastal town with a nice, sunny climate, particularly April-September. It is the oldest town in the Ashburton Shire, with a colourful history including pearl lugging and devastation by cyclone and Japanese bombing in World War II. Onslow will appeal to those with an avid interest in fishing, history and nature. - See more at: http://www.ashburton.wa.gov.au/visit-ashburton/onslow#sthash.Uq1rAoWe.dpuf
Onslow is a beautiful coastal town with a nice, sunny climate, particularly April-September. It is the oldest town in the Ashburton Shire, with a colourful history including pearl lugging and devastation by cyclone and Japanese bombing in World War II. Onslow will appeal to those with an avid interest in fishing, history and nature. - See more at: http://www.ashburton.wa.gov.au/visit-ashburton/onslow#sthash.Uq1rAoWe.dpuf
Onslow is a beautiful coastal town with a nice, sunny climate, particularly April-September. It is the oldest town in the Ashburton Shire, with a colourful history including pearl lugging and devastation by cyclone and Japanese bombing in World War II. Onslow will appeal to those with an avid interest in fishing, history and nature. - See more at: http://www.ashburton.wa.gov.au/visit-ashburton/onslow#sthash.Uq1rAoWe.dpuf
Onslow is a beautiful coastal town with a nice, sunny climate, particularly April-September. It is the oldest town in the Ashburton Shire, with a colourful history including pearl lugging and devastation by cyclone and Japanese bombing in World War II. Onslow will appeal to those with an avid interest in fishing, history and nature. - See more at: http://www.ashburton.wa.gov.au/visit-ashburton/onslow#sthash.Uq1rAoWe.dpuf
Onslow is a beautiful coastal town with a nice, sunny climate, particularly April-September. It is the oldest town in the Ashburton Shire, with a colourful history including pearl lugging and devastation by cyclone and Japanese bombing in World War II. Onslow will appeal to those with an avid interest in fishing, history and nature. - See more at: http://www.ashburton.wa.gov.au/visit-ashburton/onslow#sthash.Uq1rAoWe.dpuf

About Onslow

Onslow is located 1386km from Perth, 3hrs drive south of Karratha, 4hrs drive from Exmouth/Ningaloo reef and 4hrs from Karijini National Park. With such a location Onslow cements itself as a gateway to the Pilbara.

Onslow has a colourful history, rich indigenous heritage (Buurabalayji Thalanyji Aboriginal Corporation) and unique beauty and is the right place for those in search for outdoor lifestyle with a number of scenic and historical attractions and is a well-known location for avid sherman and campers. Coral reefs and islands a short boat ride from the town’s Beadon Creek boat ramp provide idyllic scuba diving, snorkelling, fishing and relaxing conditions for locals and visitors alike, with the most popular being the Mackerel Islands.

Onslow Salt and the nearby Chevron Wheatstone project and BHP Billiton’s Macedon project add diversity to the already strong local industries. Delivering valuable resources to the local community for years to come, Onslow is visioned to become a sustainable and prosperous place to live and work.

The Onslow Chamber of Commerce and Industry has also released a Onslow Business Investment Guide that provides an overview of the town's current, pending and plausible industry and business activities and associated opportunities and services, plus the infrastructure available to support business development in the area. 

Heavy investment in Onslow is currently occurring with the Chevron Operated Wheatstone LNG plant progressing to operations in 2017 and the Onslow Marine Support Base having recently commenced civil works at Beadon Creek Boat Harbour. 

Further information can be obtained regarding Onslow on the following links: 

 

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