Sunday 5th September, 2010
Saturday 7th August, 2010
As reported in this article published in The Sunday Times September 5th 2010, – “The large lot is not dead – there is big demand from West Australians for lifestyle blocks of 1ha or more, agents say”.
Sunday 9th May, 2010
This is the map of the recently approved “St Andrews Structure Plan” for the Two Rocks/Yanchep area which establishes clear long term objectives to
guide the urbanization of the Two Rocks area. Breakwater Estate is included within the study area of the Structure Plan.
Breakwater Estate is physically separated from the future urbanization of Two Rocks by a 1 kilometre wide barrier of Regional Open Space. The future extension of the Mitchell Freeway defines the Estates eastern boundary. The boundaries create a clearly defined enclave of special rural lots unaffected by the future urban development of Two Rocks. The Estate will be a secluded Special Rural Haven with all the amenities and services that a sophisticated urban area can provide on its door step. The Two Rocks Structure Plan covers the period of 2010 to 2060 and current indications are the construction of the Mitchell Freeway extension will not commence until 2035.
As reported in this article published in The Sunday Times May 9th 2010, a train link to Yanchep is currently being investigated by the State Government.