Western Australia
Duncraig is located in the City of Joondalup, 16 kilometres north of Perth.

The area has a resident population of about 15,500, and covers an area of 7.8 square kilometres. Development of the area commenced in the late 1960s, and continued through the 1970s. The area is almost exclusively residential, apart from a couple of small shopping precincts plus several small public parks and bushland areas.

Beach Road forms the southern boundary, the Mitchell Freeway is located to the east, Hepburn Avenue to the north and Marmion Avenue to the west. Warwick Road runs east to west through the the area.

Percy Doyle Reserve which contains a library and recreation centre is located to the east, and contains a multipurpose sports complex with several football fields and soccer pitches, plus lawn bowl greens and more than 20 tennis courts.

Nearby schools
Davallia Primary School >
Duncraig Primary School >
Duncraig Senior High School >
Glengarry Primary School >
Greenwood Senior High School >
Poynter Primary School >
St Stephen's School >
To view school locations, click the local real estate link on this page, then click the schools tab on the next page.

Nearby places
Kingsley  Greenwood  Hamersley  Carine  Marmion   Sorrento  Padbury

Connections to the National Broadband Network are not due to be available in Duncraig until after 2015. Learn more.

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Christopher of Duncraig aged 8, playing piano in 2012.
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Why we like Duncraig

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