Kinross Suburb Research
Kinross
About Kinross
Kinross is a suburb in the City of Joondalup which was created in 1992. The community has heavy Scottish influences that in fact, the name of its streets, parks and landmarks including the name of the suburb itself bear Scottish origins. The suburb is comprised mainly of overseas immigrants and young families. In truth, a large portion of its population, about 43%, was born overseas with majority coming from England and Scotland.

Kinross lies northeast of both Marmion Avenue and Burns Beach Road so that its southern neighbours, including Currambine and Connolly, are easily accessible. Joondalup CBD is located southeast of Kinross and can be reached through Marmion Avenue. The suburb of Burns is located southwest of Kinross while Clarkson is located north. Neerabup, another suburb, is located northeast of Kinross.

There are two major shopping centers serving Kinross. The first is the one found on Kinross Drive which houses a medical center, pharmacy, convenience store and fast food takeaways while the second is the new Kinross Central Shopping Centre along Selkirk & Connolly Drives.

School children living in Kinross attend Kinross Primary School while older, middle school students go to Kinross College which serves students from years 6 to 10. These schools are located at the heart of the suburb so that students of all ages find it easy to commute to and from these educational institutions.

Sports enthusiasts flock to McNaughton Park to play or watch football. Kinross takes pride in its own football club, Westside Soccer Club. Also located next to the park are a community center and a skate park.

Although Kinross does not offer tourist attractions, its neighbours readily provide tourist facilities and destinations.
Schools in Kinross
Kinross Real Estate Market Statistics
The information herein provided is deemed to be reliable but accuracy is not guaranteed.
Census Summary 2006 - Kinross
Population - Usually Resident
7,232
Median Age of Residents (Years)
32
Residents less than 19
37%
Residents 20-64
58%
Residents over 65
5%
Average Household Size (persons)
3.2
Median Weekly Household Income
$1,373
Median Monthly Mortgage Repayment
$1,300
Median Weekly Rent
$240
Number of Occupied Dwellings
2,207
Fully Owned 1
17%
Being Purchased 2
63%
Being Rented 2
20%
Other 2
0%
*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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