Crawley Western Australia, Australia


Located within the municipalities of the City of Perth and the City of Subiaco, Crawley is a small suburb with a population of around 3,000 people. Home to the University of Western Australia, the state's oldest university, a large portion of the suburbs demographic is made up of students who reside within Crawley Village, a collective group of properties owned and operated by the university.

Life in Crawley

Beautiful scenery at every turn defines the Crawley landscape. With the banks of the Swan River at its door steps and the beautiful skyline of Perth City within view, the stunning vistas of the suburb will never tire. Features of note include the Matilda Bay Restaurant and Bar which presents a fine dining experience on the water and the Royal Perth Yacht Club, which is often used as a stunning venue for weddings and other celebratory occasions.

  • Crawley Facts


    Distance to Perth (km) 3
    Postcode 6009
    Local Government Subiaco
    Local Schools Cottesloe P.S., Cottesloe S.H.S., North Cottesloe Primary School, Seaview community Kindergarten
    Nearby Schools St Thomas' Primary School (Claremont) , Christ Church Grammar School (Claremont) , St Hilda's Anglican School for Girl's (Mosman Park) , Hale School (Wembley Downs) , John XXIII (Mount Claremont) , Scotch College (Swanbourne)
    Shops Broadway Fair
    Train Stations No train service
    Bus Services Bus service to Perth CBD

    Property Ownership Types

    Crawley Property Types

    2011 Census Summary Crawley Perth
    Population - Usually Resident 3,108 1,645,573
    Median Age of Residents (Years) 24 35
    Average Household Size (persons) 2.00 2.55
    Total Households 1,073 604,425
    Number of Occupied Dwellings * 1,293 595,499
    Number of Unoccupied Dwellings 234 57,529
    Median Weekly Household Income $1,052 $1,481
    Median Monthly Mortgage Repayment $1,556 $2,008
    Median Weekly Rent $320 $327

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