A large suburb, Armadale is, of course, situated in the city of Armadale. Being 25kms from the city centre, Armadale branches out and forms part of the south west corridor. The suburb holds the major junction of the South Western and Albany Highways, which connect Perth with the South West and Great Southern regions of Western Australia respectively. It is also the terminus of the Armadale railway line, one of five major railway lines to service Perth.

Being an urban centre and transport hub for the surrounding districts, Armadale contains a variety of educational institutions. It is home to two state high schools, four state primary schools, three independent schools (one of which extends to year 12), an Australian Trades College campus and a campus of Polytechnic West (formerly Swan TAFE).

This suburb is enjoying some fresh new shopping centres and facilities, including a multi screen cinema complex. Armadale Library has had a relocation and facelift, and the ever expanding Armadale Shopping City now has nearly everything the avid shopper could want. Armadale is home to the Armadale Junior SC, Armadale Golf Course, Armadale Tennis Club and Armadale Aquatic Centre.

There are now many places to eat, including the character Elizabethan Village Pub and Brewery, the award winning Manse Restaurant and Hunters Lodge, as well as an array of well known franchise food services and fast food outlets.

The large suburb of Armadale also boasts scenic parks, undulating hills and picturesque valleys. There are several heritage walks and extensive footpaths. The City takes pride in its cultural heritage and unique community feel. You can choose from a variety of activities from a vigorous walk along one of the many bush trails, a scenic drive through the hills, relaxing at one of the numerous cafes and restaurants, swimming, boating or shopping.

Picturesque Minnawarra Park is host to a variety of free family events throughout the year, including the Australia Day Fireworks Spectacular, the annual Highland Gathering and Carols in the Park in the lead up to Christmas each year. The park boasts a large lake, manicured lawns, picnic areas and a pleasant view of the footbridge over Neerigen Brook. Armadale has a rich cultural history – You can discover more at the History House Museum located in Minnawarra Park.

Visitors to Armadale will find a wide range of quality accommodation, natural beauty, excellent dining, boutique wineries and much, much more. It is a wonderful destination for holidays, business trips or catching up with friends and relatives.

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