Trigg Suburb Research
Trigg
About Trigg
Well-established Trigg, accommodates many tourists who visit the suburb for its own beach. Its close proximity to Trigg city center, which is only 12 kilometres, makes it an ideal excursion for urban dwellers as well.

Named after Swan River Colony's public official Henry Trigg, the suburb offers an attractive community. Settlement in Trigg originates from the late 1800s during the period in which land grants were made in the area. The post-war years saw remarkable development as a suburb. Population kept a steady pace but with a decline during the 90s. Between 2001 to 2006, growth in residents was recorded.

Trigg's beach is an excellent choice for surfing with kilometres upon kilometres of golden sand that stretch up to Scarborough and beyond. Its shores are extensively covered by a life-saving club with hundreds of kids and teens participating in the summer training. Another recreational hub near Trigg is Mettams Pool, a small quiet beach ideal for snorkelling and little children.

The suburb and its surrounding areas boast other features such as Trigg Bushland Reserve, South Trigg Beach and Lynn Street Shopping Center. There are no local schools but plenty of choices for children in nearby suburbs. Options in learning include Deanmore Primary School, Our Lady of Good Counsel School in Karrinyup and Our Lady Of Grace School and North Beach Primary School in North Beach. Scarborough also has The Japanese School in Trigg, Scarborough Primary and St. John's School.

Trigg is bounded by Lynn Street in the north, West Coast Highway and Elliott Road in the east and Pearl Parade in the south. Indian Ocean lies west of the suburb.
Trigg Real Estate Market Statistics
The information herein provided is deemed to be reliable but accuracy is not guaranteed.
Census Summary 2006 - Trigg
Population - Usually Resident
2,664
Median Age of Residents (Years)
38
Residents less than 19
27%
Residents 20-64
62%
Residents over 65
11%
Average Household Size (persons)
2.7
Median Weekly Household Income
$1,614
Median Monthly Mortgage Repayment
$1,569
Median Weekly Rent
$220
Number of Occupied Dwellings
946
Fully Owned 1
40%
Being Purchased 2
35%
Being Rented 2
24%
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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