Mosman Park

6012, Western Australia


Mosman Park, or ‘Mossie Park’ as it is affectionately known by locals, is an affluent suburb nestled between the Indian Ocean to the west, and the Swan River to the east and south. Mosman Park has a storied history and has undergone many significant changes over the years.

The suburb was originally known as Buckland Hill before changing its name to Cottesloe Beach in the early 1900s. Finally, in 1937, the name Mosman Park was chosen and settled upon. Mosman Park was originally an industrial hub, but today it is better known as one of the most affluent suburbs in Australia.

Local residents take full advantage of the suburbs location, and you will often see people making use of the natural amenities whilst picnicking and walking along Freshwater Bay. Today, almost all of Mosman Park is residential, although significant parklands exist at Buckland Hill and along the river and coast, as well as several sport and recreation facilities.

There’s plenty to do in Mosman Park, with Glyde Street playing host to a wide range of vibrant venues including leading cafes, wine bars and restaurants. Camelot Outdoor Theatre is another secret that’s hugely popular with the locals. BYO blankets, and snuggle up under the stars to watch movies played on the big screen throughout summer.

Mosman Park has a population of several thousand people living in a variety of dwellings, about half of which were detached houses on separate lots. The local architecture is quite modern and many of Perth’s most expensive mansions and properties can be found dotted along the banks of the Swan River.

Gerald Watts is our local expert and has gained inside knowledge of the suburb over the past 20 years. Gerald’s experience and sales record make him a proven performer when it comes to Mosman Park real estate. Give Gerald a call if you’re looking to buy or sell in Mosman Park.

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Mosman Park Key Stats

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8,757

People

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4,064

Private Dwellings

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$1,864

Median Weekly Household Income

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$1,282,500

Median House Price (REIWA)

Places to go in Mosman Park

Drop a line with Mozzie Park locals at this fishing-themed bar. The relaxed setting dotted with vintage fishing gear is the perfect backdrop for a few coldies. Bait and tackle also available for those who feel the urge to go fishing!

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Formerly a popular watering hole for both horseman and horse. Now a boutique, vintage pub with rustic-chic decor. Samson’s Paddock offers an international food menu as well as craft beers and whiskey.

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Camelot outdoor cinema brings a touch of old-world charm to any movie. Set amongst limestone walled gardens, this cinema is a beautiful spot to enjoy a film on a warm summer's night.

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Hidden beneath Buckland Hill lies 300m of secret tunnels. These were built during WWII to help service the Leighton Beach Battery Guns. Tours of the tunnels are available every Sunday.

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Latest Properties in Mosman Park

$985,000

545sqm North Facing Rear

7 Rudwick Street MOSMAN PARK, WA 6012

$1,050/Week$4,200 Bond

UNDER OFFER IN THE FIRST WEEK!

10 Winifred Street MOSMAN PARK, WA 6012

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Price to Sell $639,000

Affordable Townhouse

6/44 Harvey Street MOSMAN PARK, WA 6012

322

Latest Sold in Mosman Park

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Character Charm - Subdivision Potential

24 Willis Street MOSMAN PARK, WA 6012

313
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Size Does Matter

3 Hope Street MOSMAN PARK, WA 6012

32
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Your Forever Home - Premiere Location One Owner

25 York Terrace MOSMAN PARK, WA 6012

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Leased Properties in Mosman Park

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FURNISHED AND FRESHLY RENOVATED

9/8 St Leonards Street MOSMAN PARK, WA 6012

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Light, Bright Breezy!

3A Winifred Street MOSMAN PARK, WA 6012

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STYLISH, PRIVATE, EASY LOCK UP AND LEAVE!

17/15 Boundary Road MOSMAN PARK, WA 6012

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