Binningup catches developers’ eyes

TUCKED away on a road leading from the Old Coast Road, the small township of Binningup has been attracting the attention of developers keen to benefit from the South West awakening.

One such development is the Lakewood Shores project. Once completed, the development will double the size of the small town and bring tourists to the planned resort hotel.

Centred around a golf course, prices for a ‘piece of paradise’ range from $57,000 to $78,000.

Lot sizes vary from 450 square metres to 1,205 square metres.

Located 153 kilometres south of Perth and thirty kilometres north of Bunbury, the town became popular in the 1940s as a fishing spot.

In 1953 a township was born when a syndicate purchased the land and subdivided the area.

Today the region is still popular for its prawns and crabs.

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