Located close to Kelmscott, just north-west of Armadale city centre and a short distance to three train stations, the Champion Lakes land estate redefines lakeside living. You’ll find the 55ha man-made lake an inviting environment for activity and leisure. The 5km circular pathway around the lake is perfect for exercise or taking a casual stroll with the family to enjoy the wildlife.
The estate also provides a range of recreation and lifestyle options for residents with walking and cycling paths, picnic areas and small beaches to give access to the water's edge.
Joe Saunders Park is located within the residential estate and includes a playground area for children, a nature play area, along with plenty of shade and seating for parents to observe while their kids play. To view pictures of the playground facilities along with a review of Joe Saunders Park, visit the parenting website BuggyBuddys.
There are also six habitat islands as havens for birds. High quality irrigated open space areas have been established as well as a network of dual use paths.
Located in Perth's south-east, 4kms north-west of Armadale city centre and 23kms from the Perth CBD, the new residential estate is surrounded by nature yet close to an array of day-to-day amenities.
The Champion Lakes estate represents best practice in environmentally sensitive design and sustainability. Utilising the Design Guidelines, each dwelling is designed to respond to local climate conditions and demonstrate sustainable living conditions. Environmental performance of dwellings is of great importance and measures to ensure that energy and water consumption is minimised are promoted. Lot layouts and building envelopes have been allocated to encourage maximum access to sunlight and allow for cross-ventilation through prevailing breezes.
The local native plant species, chosen in landscaping, 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, leaving you to spend your time doing the things you love.
If you are interested in land within the future Stage 7 area, please stay informed to be kept up to date.