Kingsley Suburb Research
About Kingsley
The first landowner, William Kernot Shenton, who settled in the area where the suburb of Kingsley is now located came from Kingsley, a village located close to Winchester in Hampshire, England. Today, Kingsley is a suburb within the City of Joondalup and is part of Kingsley, Western Australia.

Other areas in Kingsley are easily accessible from Kingsley because Mitchell Freeway is located right on its west border. It is also bordered by Hepburn Avenue to the south, Whitfords Avenue to the north and Wanneroo Road to the east. Kingsley's neighbouring suburbs include Greenwood to the south, Padbury to the west, Madeley to the east, and Woodvale and Edgewater to the north. Joondalup CBD, on the other hand, is found northwest of Kingsley.

There are two major residential sections of the suburb, divided by the small Lake Goollelal located at its eastern portion. Two major shopping centers are available to Kingsley residents - the Kingsley Village which is comprised of more than 30 shops and the smaller Boulevard Plaza. The suburb is also served by four churches and several sports clubs including those for football, tennis and soccer.

Among the tourist attractions in Kingsley are the Hawkes Art Gallery along Goollelal Drive and the Galaxy Drive In Theatre, the only drive-in theater in Kingsley still in operation.

Kingsley school children need not travel far in their quest for education as there are five primary schools scattered all over the suburb namely, Creaney Primary School, Halidon Primary School, Dalmain Primary School, Montessori School and Goollelal Primary School.

Schools in Kingsley
Kingsley Real Estate Market Statistics
The information herein provided is deemed to be reliable but accuracy is not guaranteed.
Census Summary 2006-Kingsley
Population - Usually Resident
Median Age of Residents (Years)
Residents less than 19
Residents 20-64
Residents over 65
Average Household Size (persons)
Median Weekly Household Income
Median Monthly Mortgage Repayment
Median Weekly Rent
Number of Occupied Dwellings
Fully Owned
Being Purchased 2
Being Rented 2
Other 2
*2006 Censis Statistics provided by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

1. Excludes visitor only households
2. % Calcs exclude Not Stated Component
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