Woodvale Suburb Research
About Woodvale
Situated some 20 kilometres from Woodvale, Woodvale is a charming residential area that got its name from the rolling countryside. The parcel of land was a good source of timber but was cleared in the 1960s to give way to the real estate development.

The original settlement in Woodvale started during the 1920s with the vast spaces dedicated to grazing and farming. After it was developed into a community, Woodvale rapidly grew in the late 70s until the late 90s. The early part of the 2000s saw a slight decline in population.

Woodvale features many lush open spaces such as Yellagonga Regional Park, Chichester Park, Timberlance Park and Woodvale Nature Reserve. It has two shopping centers, Woodvale Shopping Center and "The Boulevard". Yellagonga is located on the eastern border, running parallel to Wanneroo Road.

Children at Woodvale attend school in a handful of institutions namely North Woodvale Primary School, Woodvale Primary School and Woodvale Senior High School. Catholic education is served by St. Luke's Catholic Primary School. All of the schools are run by the government except for the Catholic school.

The nearby suburbs of Duncraig, Girrawheen, Kingsley, Marangaroo, Padbury and Warwick have yet more schools to serve the community. Woodvale is bounded by Whitfords Avenue in the south, Ocean Reef Road in the north, Wanneroo City in the east and the Mitchell Freeway in the west.

The area of Woodvale touches on both cities of Joondalup and Wanneroo, which is an interesting trivia on the suburb's demographics and statistics.
Schools in Woodvale
Woodvale Real Estate Market Statistics
The information herein provided is deemed to be reliable but accuracy is not guaranteed.
Census Summary 2006 - Woodvale
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 1
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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