Ellenbrook comes of age

A thriving town, a close knit community

Ellenbrook

Planned to be a great town

When sales first began way back in 1994, a community plan was already in place at Ellenbrook.  One of the first things to be implemented was a Community Development Officer, co funded with the City of Swan, who facilitated new groups, holiday programmes and much more. 

Today, Ellenbrook is a modern town that 30,000+ residents call home.  The original plan helped to ensure that Ellenbrook is a happy, healthy, vibrant and inclusive community.

It has garnered over 30 international, national and state awards, both for its urban and for community planning, as a self sustaining, environmentally friendly place to live.

Events, green space and groups

Ellenbrook has a great sense of vitality and fun.  A wide range of activities and events are catered for by the Place team from City of Swan and numerous local groups and associations. 

The arts are well catered for in Ellenbrook, with Library, Gallery and Theatre all in the town centre.  Additionally, spaces in the villages have been designed into the public open spaces (think, Ampitheatre in Woodlake, The Grapevine community artspace in Charlotte's Vineyard).  

Additionally, Ellenbrook is renowned for its public art and sculptures throughout the town.  Take a walk through Ellen Stirling gardens at the top of town.

Bikeways and Cycleways

Get fit, have fun or a simple stroll

Walking and cycling is made easy by the village scale and extensive network of uninterrupted pathways and cycleways that link the villages and town centre. Beautiful  streets with shady trees create environments that are safe, comfortable and enjoyable for walking.

Ellenbrook has extensive public open space, from reflective parks to active spaces including a District Sports facility, State Swim, Waterplay park and so much more. There's a wide range of playgrounds throughout the villages too.

Part of something bigger

Ellenbrook, the new town of the Swan Valley

Ellenbrook is located very close to the Swan Valley, with a huge range of pubs, restaurants and wineries to visit.  

Other specialties include cheese, chocolate, more chocolate (you can never have too much!), nougat and nuts, and some lovely cafes that do great breakfasts.  

Mini Golf is available in the Valley, and also at The Vine Resort.  

Lots to explore!

Shopping in Ellenbrook

Ellenbrook has regional status and now has large, established town centre shopping with Woolworths, Coles, Aldi, Big W, a host of specialty shops and banks.  And on the main road into Ellenbrook, we have every man's (and many women!) favourite, Bunnings.

There is also a wide range of eating options and of course The Brook - the local tavern

Community at a Glance

Parks
ELLENBROOK HAS EXTENSIVE PARKS, CYCLEWAYS AND FOOTPATHS
Education
4 SECONDARY, 8 PRIMARY AND MANY CHILD CARE OPTIONS
CHILDCARE IN ELLENBROOK
1 town, 8 villages
30,000+ RESIDENTS
LAND FOR SALE
Connections
TONKIN HWY EXT NOW OPEN. DUALLING OF LORD STREET NOW OPEN (NOW KNOWN AS DRUMPELLIER DRIVE)
Shopping
EXTENSIVE SHOPPING
SHOPPING
“At LWP the notion of ‘legacy’ is a major driver in our day-to-day performance. All our team understand their obligation to create vibrant, healthy and sustainable communities and feel honoured and excited by the opportunity.

By focusing on our core values of teamwork, integrity and excellence, LWP’s work has been recognised nationally and internationally. In particular, this recognition acknowledges our innovation in housing, community development, urban design and environmental management.

Whilst we are proud of our work so far, the real excitement lies in working together to build on this legacy of achievements.“
Danny Murphy
Managing Director LWP
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