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Rossmoyne

Rossmoyne is nestled between the Canning River and Bull Creek offering ready access to the water.  [x]

About Rossmoyne

Properties in Rossmoyne

Rossmoyne is a suburb of Perth, Western Australia, within the City of Canning and is located 14 kilometres south of central Perth. It is bounded by Leach Highway to the south, Bull Creek to the west, the Canning River to the north, and the suburb of Shelley to the east.

Rossmoyne is linked to Perth City by the Kwinana Freeway, and to Fremantle by Leach Highway. Transperth provides public transport services to Rossmoyne. Bus 170 runs east to Perth City via Shelley, and west to Bull Creek Station. Bus 205 runs from Cannington Interchange to Booragoon bus station via Shelley. Bus 179 runs east to Perth City via Riverton. Buses 508 and 509 run from stops on Leach Highway to Bull Creek Station and Cannington Interchange.

Amenities

The local shopping centre, Rossmoyne Village, includes an IGA supermarket, a liquor store, 'Flames' Cafe, a Chinese restaurant, a hairdresser, a Post Office/Newsagents, a butcher, John Hayes & Son real estate agents and Antonio's, a pizzeria/bakery. Public tennis courts and a bowling club are located nearby.

Local students attend Rossmoyne Pre-Primary, Rossmoyne Primary School and Rossmoyne Senior High School, a high school that has won many awards.

History

The name Rossmoyne was devised in 1937 after the land developer V W Webb and his family made a trip to Scotland. The name has no connection with the area but was thought to be suitable for marketing a subdivision in 1955. The use of the name as a suburb was approved in February 1960 and gazetted the following month.