$10,000 Rebate on ALL Lots!*
Featured House & Land Packages
New house and land packages have been developed for lots in Wellard Glen!
This gorgeous estate offers fully serviced, titled lots ranging in size from 255 - 663sqm ready to be built upon. In addition, each site comes with a front landscaping and Colorbond fencing package (conditions apply).
Get more out of life at Wellard Glen Private Estate
If you’re looking for a quiet place to live where you can leave the pressures of the world behind and have more time to look after your family and yourself, then Wellard Glen Private Estate is your answer. Choose from a wide range of homesites from 252sqm to 738m2.
Located in one of Perth’s major growth corridors only 30 minutes from Perth by road or train, 20 minutes from Mandurah and 10 minutes from Rockingham, Wellard Glen is destined to be a vibrant new community where you will find everything you need to get more out of life.
With its beautiful natural setting, picturesque parkland and community facilities. Wellard Glen affords a relaxing, family-orientated lifestyle close to beaches (Kwinana Beach only 12min by car), shopping centres, schools, amenities and a host of local attractions.
Wellard is Western Australia’s first transit-orientated village, which means Wellard Glen Private Estate is exceptionally located close to a host of key transport links such as Kwinana Freeway, Tonkin Highway, Wellard train station and bus station plus the new $80 million Aubin Grove train station.
As a resident of Wellard Glen Private Estate, you’ll enjoy quick and easy access to the Kwinana Marketplace (only minutes away), Cockburn’s incredible range of community amenities including the massive Gateway Shopping Centre (18min by car) that has been extended further with additional department stores, retail outlets and a town plaza featuring dining options, meeting places and 1200 new car bays.
What’s more, the $10 million funding for the Regional Physical Activity and Education Centre at Cockburn Central West currently under construction, which makes this landmark $106 million project the largest of its kind ever undertaken by a WA government authority.