Warwick Suburb Research
Warwick
About Warwick
Part of the Local Government Area of Joondalup City, Warwick is a residential area that is a mere 15-kilometer drive to Warwick city center. A portion of eastern Warwick is a bushland area called Warwick Open Space. Oral history has it that the suburb's name came from a road in London.

Warwick is inhabited by a multi-cultural population composed of migrant residents from various parts of Asia, India Europe and South Africa. While the majority of people living in Warwick come from the United Kingdom, there is a considerable portion from Italy, China and New Zealand.

Other points of interest in the community include Warwick Centro Shopping Center, Warwick Leisure Center and the Warwick railway station. Warwick Centro used to be called Warwick Grove and was one of the early developments in the suburb in 1974. Warwick was only built in the late 1960s. The train station is an important transport center providing easy links to Warwick CBD and nearby suburbs. Several churches, a cinema complex, recreation center can also be found in Warwick.

There are two learning institutions in Warwick, both of which are government-operated. Hawker Park Primary School and Warwick Senior High School serve the children residing in Warwick. Residents have a wealth of other primary and secondary level option in neighbouring suburbs of Balga, Carine, Duncraig, Girrawheen, Hamersley, Greenwood and Marangaroo.

Warwick is bounded by Wanneroo Road in the east, Beach Road in the south, Warwick Road in the north and Mitchell Freeway in the west.
Schools in Warwick
Warwick Real Estate Market Statistics
The information herein provided is deemed to be reliable but accuracy is not guaranteed.
Census Summary 2006 - Warwick
Population - Usually Resident
3,795
Median Age of Residents (Years)
41
Residents less than 19
23%
Residents 20-64
61%
Residents over 65
16%
Average Household Size (persons)
2.6
Median Weekly Household Income
$1,558
Median Monthly Mortgage Repayment
$1,200
Median Weekly Rent
$200
Number of Occupied Dwellings
1,418
Fully Owned 1
43%
Being Purchased 2
40%
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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