Capricorn Beach Celebrates Foreshore Milestone with Local Residents

Capricorn Beach Celebrates Foreshore Milestone with Local Residents

Capricorn Beach developers are excited to announce the completion of the first major milestone in our $6 million foreshore upgrade.

The Capricorn Esplanade road extension has been finished, which represents a significant achievement, as it now provides the community direct access to the new parklands and recreation area, connecting them to a better way of living!

Before the foreshore development project, the only way to access the beachfront area was through a few pathways further south towards Yanchep Lagoon. Now, there’s a direct road with an adjoining car park. The incredible new park precinct is already being enjoyed by many families, which includes an adventure playground complete with a toddler area, barbecues, a large turf kickabout area, moonstone-feature seating, and a beach shower facility.

The upgrade to the adjacent lower beachfront car park means it’s now just 50 metres from the beach. These new lifestyle amenities are the first phase of a major plan to transform 12 hectares of beachfront land in the area into parklands, tourism resorts, cafes and restaurants, along with a variety of residential housing. The project is expected to continue for a few years, but already, the community is seeing the benefits of the project.

Capricorn Beach resident, mother-of-two Jody Rolph and her family moved into their new home and community in March 2022 after relocating from Albury in regional NSW.

She recently told Perth Now*; “We moved across in July 2020 and only just got through the borders into Perth.”

“We rented a house down in Rockingham because we’ve got family down there. But as our house was getting built, we would travel up every couple of weekends to see the progress.

“It’s been really exciting to see all of the progress in the area. When we first moved in, it was all sand.”

With the new road complete, her five and three-year-old girls could enjoy more playtime.

“Previously we had to either drive or walk all the way around,” she said.

“So having the new access path is going to make it so much easier to just get down to the beach into the park and area.”

The foreshore is only one part of the growing infrastructure in Yanchep, bringing more people and vibrancy to the family-focused community.

For more information about the project, visit


Metronet Update

Metronet’s rail extension into Yanchep is currently underway, with the last proposed section of the Joondalup line from Butler 14.5km north, set for completion in 2023.

This extension will give more than 150,000 future residents another option to travel into Perth and link them to other parts of the metropolitan area.

If you would like to learn more about how you can build your dream coastal home and join this thriving community that offers it all, get in touch with our team today.

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*Pricing as at April 2023 and is subject to change.