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  • Picture: A connected community valuing A connected community valuing Sustainability, environment, conservation
  • Picture: A connected community valuing A connected community valuing Sustainability, environment, conservation
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Welcome to the Tamala Park Regional Council

The Tamala Park Regional Council (TPRC) is the corporate entity representing the interests of seven local governments in the urban development of 180 hectares of land in Clarkson and Mindarie in Perth’s northern suburbs.

The Tamala Park Regional Council (TPRC) is a local government formed in 2006 specifically to implement the urban development of the Tamala Park Project.  The land is jointly owned by 7 local governments.

Tamala Park Regional Council comprises 7 local government members:

  • Town of Cambridge
  • City of Joondalup
  • City of Perth
  • City of Stirling
  • Town of Victoria Park
  • City of Vincent
  • City of Wanneroo

The Tamala Park Project, marketed as Catalina will be a new urban development in the suburbs of Clarkson and Mindarie and will comprise around 2,500 lots.  It is anticipated to be developed at a rate of 200 lots per annum.

The Tamala Park Project will facilitate a range of housing types and densities to meet the emerging needs of the Perth Metropolitan Region with respect to lifestyle, accessibility and changing demography. It is intended to create a community having a sense of place, which takes advantage of prevailing natural features, a well planned built environment and relationship with existing and future retail, business, community services and other employment opportunities in the immediate locality and wider region.

Subdivision approval for the first phase of development was issued by the WAPC in February 2011 and construction works to this first phase commenced in 2011. In March 2012, the first lots within Stage 1 were released for sale to the market.

Civil works have been completed to Stages 1 – 7 comprising over 295 lots and works are currently underway to a further 134 lots within Stages 8, 9 and 10. The Catalina Project has currently created 512 lots, with 81 homes completed and another 135 currently under construction. A range of lot types and sizes have been produced from Catalina supporting a diverse mix of housing, from large 4 x 2 family homes on lots in the order 450m² to terraced cottage style housing on lots of 225m².