With the Mitchell Freeway extension now open, it is even easier to get to Yanchep!
The Mitchell Freeway extension from Burns Beach Road to Hester Avenue is now complete and open to traffic. The six kilometre stretch of road opened last week and is expected to take on 40,000 vehicles every day.
The freeway extension is one of many projects in the Northern Corridor designed to reduce congestion and improve traffic flow in the area.
Earlier this week, the State Labour Government announced it would give the City of Wanneroo $23 million towards upgrading Marmion Avenue. The section of road between Cambourne Parkway in Butler, and Yanchep Beach Road in Yanchep will be widened to two lanes in each direction. Design and planning has already begun, and with construction expected to start early next year, the Marmion Avenue project is expected to be completed in 2020.
Earlier this year, WA Premier Mark McGowan announced the Joondalup train line will be extended from Butler to Yanchep under the State Governments Metronet plan. The extension of the train line will create thousands of jobs and link to the new neighbourhood shopping centre at Capricorn Beach Estate, and the future Yanchep town centre.
Before the Mitchell Freeway extension opened, the average travel time to Yanchep from the CBD was 50 minutes. Since opening, the extension has already slashed 5-10 minutes of travel time, and with the widening of Marmion Ave and the Train Line extension both easing congestion, Yanchep will be just up the road!
Land prices are sure to rise once these projects are complete, which makes now the perfect time to buy.
Drop by the Sales Office and chat to our Sales Professionals for all the info you need about affordable beach-side living at Capricorn Beach, or call Richard Cull on 08 9561 6018.