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Jindalee is a Western Australian outer coastal suburb of Perth.
The word Jindalee originates from an Aboriginal word of New South Wales, which when translated means’ bare hill.’ It perhaps signifies the low vegetation in the Eglinton Rocks region. From atop the Eglinton Hill, one can see the scrublands stretching northwards till Eglinton and Yanchep. The untouched beaches near Yanchep are accessible only through sand roads. Jindalee retains its native heritage and looks, with 75% of the land within its native state.
Jindalee has an area of just 3.6 square kilometres. However substantial urban development as of late has led to an increased settlement. Many people have begun to flock to the area over the past decade. Jindalee now has a nearly 3000-strong membership. The residential development in the pockets of Jindalee has made the suburb friendly, safe, and lovely to stay.
Founded in 2003, Jindalee is a coastal area of northern Perth. It is located 40 kilometres north of Perth. The Eglinton Rocks mark the northern boundaries of Jindalee, while Quinns Rocks is at the suburb’s far southern end. Butler lies to the east of Jindalee, and the Indian Ocean is the suburb’s west coast. 6036 is the postcode of Jindalee.
The Butler-Jindalee District Structure Plan of 2003 marks a significant step in the urban development of Jindalee. It proposed more than 900 residential lots, powered with high-speed internet, cable TV connectivity, and underground power supply. While conventional facilities in Jindalee are a recent development, the suburb is well connected to Perth, making it a good place to live in.
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Jindalee is well-connected to Perth and the rest of Western Australia through public transport. Perth is accessible from Jindalee via Transperth bus lines 480 and 482. The frequency of bus services at Santa Barbara Parade after Belhaven Terrace is nearly one in every 15 minutes. From Santa Barbara Parade, one can get on the bus on route 482 or 480 to reach Clarkson Station Stand 2.
The Joondalup train line stops at Clarkson Station Platform 1, connecting Clarkson to Perth Underground Platform 2. The frequency of the Transperth train is one in every 15 minutes. Also, the buses on route 483 take a deviation between Clarkson Train Station and Butler along Marmion Avenue. So, Jindalee is served by bus route 483 as well.