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Planning a tree change?

You don't need to move too far to escape the suburban grind. We're building a friendly and vibrant community just minutes from the ocean, marina and the thriving township of Two Rocks.

Breakwater Estate is a unique new land development, with remaining blocks ranging from $385,000 to $439,000, Breakwater Estate features large 1-hectare (10,000 sqm/2.4 acre min) blocks, unbeatable tranquility and the modern conveniences you’ll need. Build your dream home in this picturesque, semi-rural bush setting that's less than an hour north of the Perth CBD.

Come and discover Breakwater Estate and live the dream!

View Breakwater Estate Location Map

Lifestyle Blocks

Escape the city! Discover Breakwater Estate’s large lifestyle blocks, just minutes from the beach. Don’t wait come and see for yourself.

Rep onsite every Saturday & Sunday from 1:00pm – 4:30pm: just follow the signs off Breakwater Drive.

Need more information about Breakwater Estate - phone our Land Sales Manager
John Hartree on 0418 943 127.

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Stage 4A released. Lots available

 

Escape the city! Visit Breakwater Estate for new release, affordable, semi-rural blocks just minutes from the beach.

Lifestyle

See more of this gorgeous estate with stunning large blocks just minutes from superb beaches and fantastic facilities.

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This unique estate offers unbeatable tranquility, with easy access to all the modern conveniences you’ll ever need.

Amenities

Proposed transport plan includes Two Rocks

The West Australian newspaper reported that The State Government’s public transport plan calls for an extension of the northern suburbs railway line from its existing terminus at Butler to the satellite community of Yanchep, with possible stops at Alkimos and Eglinton, as a “stage one” project to be completed by 2020.

The plan includes a light rail link from Yanchep to Two Rocks so residents would no longer have to drive to Clarkson to catch the train.

Funding is not yet decided but the plan acknowledges that the State Government and public transport users traditionally pay for the system. “A detailed funding plan and strategy needs to be prepared by the Department of Transport and the Public Transport Authority in consultation with the Department of Treasury and Finance for consideration by the Government,” the plan said.

to see the plan click here (PDF).