Treeby, Western Australia

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Treeby
Perth,  Western Australia
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Treeby
Location in metropolitan Perth
Coordinates 32°07′S115°53′E / 32.12°S 115.89°E / -32.12; 115.89 Coordinates: 32°07′S115°53′E / 32.12°S 115.89°E / -32.12; 115.89 [1]
Established2016
Postcode(s) 6164
Location23 km (14 mi) from Perth
LGA(s) City of Cockburn
Region South Metropolitan Perth
State electorate(s) Jandakot
Federal Division(s) Fremantle
Suburbs around Treeby:
Jandakot Canning Vale Harrisdale
Jandakot Treeby Piara Waters
Atwell Banjup Forrestdale

Treeby is the City of Cockburn’s newest suburb.[ timeframe? ] It is located on the east side of the Kwinana Freeway, close to Cockburn Central. It is a southern suburb of Perth, falling within the City of Cockburn local government area. Treeby is primarily a rural area, originally part of Banjup, but was made a separate suburb in 2016. It is named after early settlers of the area, Joseph and Emma Treeby. In recent years, an area previously mined for sand was developed into a new residential estate called Calleya. Stockland has a large display village called Calleya with terraces, townhomes, house and land packages, and completed land. Stockland has sold over 1,100 house and land packages in Treeby. [2] [1] The suburb was created in 2016 from the northern portion of the suburb of Banjup (extending above Armadale Road). [3] There is also a new estate called Kara Estate in the western part of the suburb.[ citation needed ]

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Roads

Treeby is served by nearby roads including Jandakot Road, Armadale Road, and Warton Road. Major roads in the suburb include Clementine Boulevard, Ghostgum Avenue, Greensand Promenade and Sapphire Drive.

Bus services

Transperth provides public bus services and trains for the Perth metropolitan area, and this includes regular bus services on route 523, which operates west to Cockburn Central railway station, located just outside the western boundary of Treeby, and Cockburn Gateway Shopping City in Success. Train services connect to Perth and Mandurah.

Railway stations

The suburb's closest railway stations are Cockburn Central (railway station) and Aubin Grove (railway station), located in the suburbs of Cockburn Central and Aubin Grove, respectively.

Geography

Treeby is bounded in the north by the eastern border of the Jandakot Industrial Area, Dollier Street, Fraser Road, and the City of Canning, and in the east by the City of Armadale. The suburb is also is bounded by Jandakot Road, Candelore Road and Acourt Road in the north, Warton Road in the east, Armadale Road in the south, and the suburb of Jandakot, Dollier Street and Solomon Road in the west.

Local government area

Treeby is administered by the City of Cockburn.

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References

  1. 1 2 "Treeby, the newest suburb for the City of Cockburn". Comment on Cockburn. Retrieved 23 September 2016.
  2. Bryce Luff (16 February 2016). "City stands by Treeby decision". Community News Group. Retrieved 23 September 2016.
  3. David Allan-Petale (23 September 2016). "Perth's newest suburb revealed...and it's going to have plenty of shade". WA Today. Retrieved 23 September 2016.