Yanchep is located 56 km north of Perth’s Central Business District and covers the outer coastal suburb. The town was a small fishing settlement, which Alan Bond later developed in the 1970s, and the area covers the urban centre of Yanchep and the Yanchep National Park.
Yanchep was inhabited by indigenous Noongar and was a hunting area. The name of Yanchep itself comes from the Noongar word of Yanget and denotes bulrush reed which is in abundance in the wetlands. After the arrival of Europeans, the land was converted to a sheep station.
Alan Bond bought around 8000 hectares of land in 1970 and designs for a future sun city. The future satellite city it was assumed would hold about 200,000 residents. The first houses in the area started coming up from around 1972, and two years later, the marina located near the Two Rocks was built. But there were very few customers for the project, and housing sales nosedived from 1975. The site was eventually purchased by Tokyu Corporation when the original owners faced a financial crisis.
Yanchep again gained prominence as a satellite city due to the Western Australian Government’s Directions 2031 plan. The Smorgon family is developing the coastal areas near Capricorn Beach as part of the urban expansion project.
Yanchep is a vast area, and the terminology suburb doesn’t do justice to its size. It covers around 220 square kilometres and almost takes up the north-eastern portion of Wanneroo. But the population is mainly concentrated around Yanchep Beach Road, close to the beach.
The town borders the Two Rocks to the northwest and the rural communities of Eglinton and Carabooda in the south. The Indian Ocean is located to the west of Yanchep.
Yanchep boasts of a shopping centre and various shops like a butcher, bakery, cafes, nail salons, and massage parlours. It is also a famous tourist terminus with Yanchep lagoon, Inn, and the famous National Park, and you can take guided tours through the park, take part in bush walks and koala displays.
The main road is the Yanchep Beach road which connects it to metropolitan Perth. Two bus routes serve the town running from Two Rocks to Butler Railway Station.
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