Originally named "Alinjarra", an Aboriginal word for 'north' in 1977, this suburb was renamed Alexander Heights in 1987. Located six kilometres from the Perth CBD, Alexander Heights is approximately four square kilometres in size and part of the City of Wanneroo.
Population in the area has remained steady, settling at 7,698 in 2011. The predominant age group in Alexander Heights is 15 - 19 years old and households are primarily couples with on average 1.9 children.
The median weekly income (for people aged 15 years and over) is $590 per person, $1,603 per family and $1,471 per household. Mortgage repayments are likely to be between $1,800 - 2,400 per month and the median weekly rent is $350. 79.4% of homes in Alexander Heights are owner occupied .
Alexander Heights is home to Alinjarra Primary School which caters for children up to Year 6. It also has two doctors surgeries, a community centre and shopping centre.
The median house price in Alexander Heights has remained steady over the last four years, usually coming in between $450,000 - 518,000.
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Some other local suburb profiles that you may be interested in are Duncraig, Kingsley, Marangaroo, Butler and Clarkson.
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