Naval Base, Western Australia

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Naval Base
Perth,  Western Australia
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Bulk carrier at Alcoa Jetty, Naval Base
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Naval Base
Location in metropolitan Perth
Coordinates 32°11′46″S115°46′52″E / 32.196°S 115.781°E / -32.196; 115.781 Coordinates: 32°11′46″S115°46′52″E / 32.196°S 115.781°E / -32.196; 115.781
Postcode(s) 6165
LGA(s) City of Kwinana
State electorate(s) Kwinana
Federal Division(s) Brand
Suburbs around Naval Base:
Henderson Wattleup
Naval Base Hope Valley
Kwinana Beach Kwinana Beach

Naval Base is a heavy industry suburb of Perth, Western Australia, located within the City of Kwinana. It has a popular beach for people with horses, and is often full during summer.

The Naval Base campus of South Metropolitan TAFE houses the Western Australian Defence Industry Workforce Office and the Naval Shipbuilding College. [1]

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References

  1. "Naval Base campus" . Retrieved 25 October 2019.