Enjoy a bright future where you can grow, thrive and connect.

Whether it’s walking to the local beachside Bar and Kitchen, reduced travel times to Joondalup and Yanchep, or the convenience of the proposed Eglinton train station, Amberton Beach is perfectly placed to reap the benefits from millions of dollars in planned infrastructure and transport projects in the region. 

Under Construction

  • Dualling of Marmion Avenue from Brighton to Yanchep

Congestion on Marmion avenue will soon be reduced with the $23 million Marmion Avenue widening project that will see an 11.5km dual carriageway constructed between Butler and Yanchep. Works are currently under construction and scheduled to be completed by early 2020.

Read more here.

  • $5 million Amberton Beach foreshore precinct

Stockland’s $5 million foreshore precinct with direct beach access, will provide a fantastic place to meet, dine and play.

The Amberton Beach Bar and Kitchen has stunning and uninterrupted views of the Indian Ocean including the Alkimos shipwreck. The family friendly venue sits alongside a gated toddler playground allowing parents to relax and enjoy the suburb food and great selection of local craft beers as their children play. 

Kids will love the final component of the foreshore precinct, Lighthouse Park is a new adventure playground complete with its very own feature 8.5m lighthouse. The playground is located adjacent to The Amberton Beach Bar and Kitchen and caters to children of all ages. 



  • $520 million Yanchep rail extension fast tracked

The Metronet Yanchep Rail Extension has been highlighted as a high priority project for WA and will provide great transport choices while reducing demand on existing roads and encouraging growth in the area. Initial planning is underway with contracts recently awarded. 

Watch the Metronet video here.

Read more here.


  • Future Eglinton and Alkimos Train Stations 

Amberton Beach residents are set to benefit from two planned train stations within 3km, with Alkimos and Eglinton stations set to service the growing area and provide easy transport to the CBD. 

Alkimos fact sheet here.

Eglinton fact sheet here.

Metronet Facebook Page.


  • Proposed freeway extension from Hester Avenue to Romeo Road

The WA state government announced in March the $215 million proposed extension of the Mitchell Freeway from Hester Avenue in Mindarie to Romeo Road in Alkimos with works expected to commence in 2020. The extension will reduce congestion on Marmion Avenue along with travel times to Joondalup and beyond.

Read more here.


  • Proposed Future Eglinton District Centre

The proposed Eglinton District Centre, which is in its preliminary design stage, will ultimately provide between 25,000 and 35,000 square metres of commercial and retail floor space when completed. Both Eglinton and Alkimos district centres will be located alongside their respective future train stations, and provide future business facilities for the region.