At Champion Lakes, you'll find a 55 hectare lake creating an inviting environment for activity and leisure. The lake is a popular spot for kayaking and boating. BBQ facilities along the waterfront are perfect for picnics with family and friends.
If you enjoy an active lifestyle, there is a 5km pathway around the lake perfect for walking, cycling or running among parkland or open space. Surrounded by a wildlife conservation area and waterwise parks, the estate offers an environmentally friendly approach to living.
Should you need to head into the City or Fremantle, easy freeway access and the Kelmscott train station are just a few minutes away. The estate is also close to Tonkin Highway, a direct link to Perth Airport, making it an ideal place for frequent travellers who want to return home quickly and enjoy a sense of community.
Public and private schools, shopping centres, child-care and transport are all established nearby.
Design Guidelines and Detailed Area Plans developed for the estate are aimed to help ensure environmental performance for new homes with the promotion of energy and water consumption. They also ensure homes contribute to the estate's vision and the creation of a unique urban waterside village.
The Detailed Area Plans (DAPs) prepared for each stage identify building envelops for all lots within the Champion Lakes estate.
DAP Stage 1 - Cottage and Terrace Lots
Copies of the Design Guidelines and DAP's can also be obtained from the Estate Manager.
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Sustainability in Action
The Champion Lakes estate represents best practice in environmentally sensitive design and sustainability.
As you drive around the estate you will notice that verges and front gardens do not contain turf. Instead, they feature a range of local native plant species, intentionally chosen as they are better adapted to WA conditions yet still add colour and diversity creating a striking feature on this often neglected piece of landscaping.
Champion Lakes is a waterwise estate. The local native plant species need less watering and are sustainable by being drought resistant, achieving good environmental policy to reduce water usage. They look healthy all year round even in the extremes of WA’s summer and winter. Additionally, they require less maintenance to look after, leaving you to spend your time doing the things you love.
The large man-made lake was built in 2005 and is Western Australia’s only purpose built rowing facility. In order to protect the lake, it is important that contaminants are not introduced into the residential estate.
The reed beds that surround the lakeshore act as a net catching contaminants before they enter the lake. All stormwater run-off flows into the reed beds where possible contaminants are stripped away. Plant species not native to WA must not be allowed to enter the water system as they can contaminate the lake. This is another reason why only local native plant species are recommended in gardens.
Many gardens at Champion Lakes incorporate mulch, arguably the most important component of a waterwise garden. Mulch helps retain moisture in the soil by protecting it from evaporation, stopping the soil from drying out. It can reduce water loss from your soil by over 70%.
The Champion Lakes Design Guidelines contain more information about waterwise planting and contain a list of suggested plants for your new home.
If you build your home within 18 months of settlement, you will be eligible to incentives on your front landscaping. Contact the Estate Manager on (08) 9390 0255 for details.
Frequently asked Questions
How can I purchase land?
LandCorp are responsible for the development and maintenance of new land releases. For any issues, please contact Chris Brady, Development Manager on (08) 9482 7499.
For new land sales enquiries please contact the Estate Manager on (08) 9390 0255.
For information about domestic fencing and landscape packages, please contact Josie Pagano on (08) 9430 0400.
Please contact the following organisations for other queries:
City of Armadale (08) 9399 0111
Venues West - Champion Lakes Regatta Centre (08) 9390 7051
To download a copy of the Champion Lakes roles and responsibilities, click here.