If you grew up in Perth like I did, you no doubt can remember exciting day trips to Atlantis.. and the massive smile you’d get as you drove up and saw the statue of King Neptune.
Well, now, you have the opportunity to live right here on the beach in a master-planned costal community. So if fishing, surfing, bush walks and family time are your thing.. this sounds like the place for you..fit for a King some would say 😉
Atlantis Beach is nestled beside the existing beachside town of Two Rocks so everything you need is already here.
There’s a variety of shops already in place so you’ll find everything from an IGA supermarket, a bakery, newsagent and post office, chemist, liquor store, wellness clinic and gym.
And, when it comes to Education, that’s covered too, with Two Rocks Primary School catering for children from Kindy to Year 6 and private school Atlantis Beach Baptist College offering Pre-Kindy to Year 9 and progressing to Year 12 by 2020.
Then there’s the yummy cafes and restaurants overlooking the Marina and also just down the road at Yanchep.
And if boating is your thing..
Two Rocks Marina offers a range of facilities for recreational and commercial boats, with pens for lease, a boat ramp and a complete boat-servicing centre.
Beach Lover? Well here you’ll find family friendly beaches, great fishing, two of Perth’s best surf beaches and even a beach for 4 legged friends.
And of course we can’t forget fishing..
The best fishing spots are located at the Marina and the beaches and reef just to the north of it.
Great for a day in the boat catching Dhuies or Snapper and at the right time of year, you’ll catch your fill of Tailor from the beach.
Now if you are like me and you love the outdoors, you’ll love the Bush tracks and walk trails.
There’s also a footy Oval, skate park, dog park, somewhere to hit golf balls, and free family bbq’s.. That’s your weekend sorted right there.
Atlantis Beach is home to a fantastic, close knit community where a helping hand and friendly smile is never hard to find.
There’s no shortage of social interaction or places to meet, including the Phil Renkin Community Centre, with its function and meeting rooms, library, crèche and sports hall.
And, when it comes to Public Transport it’s good to know that’s covered too with the Butler train station and planned railway extension to Yanchep in 2021 just 7 minutes away.
Cinzia asked Blaine, Sales Manager about the size of the blocks being a real talking point.
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Atlantis Beach visit their website