New e-village sets the high-tech benchmark

THE new Coolamon Village at Ellenbrook, opened by Premier Richard Court this week, claims to set a new benchmark for high tech residential development.

“Like the existing Ellenbrook villages, Coolamon households will have underground Internet and cable television connections,” the Premier said.

However, Coolamon Village takes that concept a step further.

Coolamon residents will be able to utilise a wide range of communication technologies giving residents access to a community intranet - allowing the distribution of a local newsletter and a means of communication between residents and clubs and organisations.

The technology will also allow Coolamon residents to access free to air television via a cable service - removing the need for ugly roof antennae.

Mr Court said the design of the village incorporated the advanced use of technology ensuring residents had access to the services of the new millennium.

Coolamon, which is an Aboriginal word for carrying bowl, has been developed by the Ministry for Housing in partnership with Morella Pty Ltd and is the third village to be officially opened as part of the Ellenbrook development.

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