City of Swan
Hazelmere is located 15kms from the Perth CBD and is linked by two major roads; the Great Eastern Highway Bypass and the Roe Highway.
Hazelmere is immediately north east of the Perth Airport and south of the Midland town centre. It covers an area of 1,241 hectares of which 18.7 per cent is currently zoned for industrial purposes.
Roe Highway and the Great Eastern Highway Bypass define Hazelmere into three distinct areas:
The Central Area - bounded by the Helena River to the north, freight rail to the west, Great Eastern Highway Bypass to the south and Roe Highway to the east. It contains the existing industrial zone, as well as rural and rural-residential lots adjacent to the Hazelmere residential area. Land is predominantly held in private ownership.
The Southern Area - bounded by the edge of the City of Swan local government boundary and Commonwealth land to the south, Roe Highway to the east and the Great Eastern Highway Bypass to the north. Westralia Airport Corporation (WAC) lease an area of Commonwealth land which has almost been completely developed. The remaining portion of the precinct is predominantly in private ownership.
The Eastern Area - located on the eastern side of Roe Highway. The Department of Defence controls a 'Bushmead site' which represents the majority of the area, with large areas of recognised quality bushland. The Department has recently sold a portion of the Bushmead site to private enterprise with a view to potential development of this site for residential purposes.
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