Wembley is a gorgeous area located in Perth’s leafy Western Suburbs and is just five kilometres from the Perth CBD. It is home to the gorgeous Lake Monger and has great public transport links to the city. Here's what you need to know about Wembley.
Council and surrounding suburbs Council: Town of Cambridge Surrounding suburbs: Churchlands, Floreat, Glendalough, Jolimont, Leederville, Subiaco, West Leederville.
Lake Monger (Image: Weekend Notes)
Wembley has great public transport links. The suburb is serviced by the number 85 bus route, which runs between the Perth Busport to Glendalough Station, which is on the Joondalup train line. Wembley is also close to West Leederville Train Station, on the Fremantle train line and is just two stops away from the Perth Underground station.
Shopping • Wembley does not boast a large shopping centre, but rather a number of speciality boutique shops. There is a Coles supermarket, pharmacy and café at West Leederville.
• The nearby Floreat Forum is home to Coles, Woolworths and various speciality stores.
Police Wembley has a police station located at 379 Cambridge Street, Wembley.
Image: Herdsman Lake Wildlife Centre website
Recreational facilities and events • Lake Monger is a great spot for walking, a picnic or taking the kids to the playground.
• Herdsman Lake is home to an easy walking and cycle track that is suitable for children. If you are interested in the history of the local area, take a visit to the Herdsman Lake Settlers Cottage.
• Herdsman Lake Wildlife Centre • Wembley is also located within close proximity to Perth’s favourite science museum, Scitech.
• It is also close to Subiaco and Claremont, which has some awesome free activities you can do with the kids – for more information, read on here.
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