Many people choose to settle in the Town of Cottesloe for the enviable lifestyle. Here, we have a blend of historical and modern residences and a rich natural environment together with excellent recreational and educational facilities. All of which provide a popular area in which to live and play.

Our safe and friendly suburb showcases a blend of historical residences and modern architecture. A wide range of community services is close at hand with long-established libraries, medical and hospital services, educational facilities, social and sporting clubs. This is a fantastic environment in which to live and raise a family.

With the Perth CBD only 15 minutes drive away, Cottesloe is well situated when combining work and business in the City with a relaxed lifestyle. For those who prefer to leave the car at home, Cottesloe is very well serviced by train and bus services.

If you are looking for an alternative to the larger, busy shopping complexes, come to Cottesloe Village, and as the locals say "Relax, you're in Cottesloe".

The Village spans more than 150 service and retail businesses from Forrest Street, to Jarrad through to Railway Streets in Cottesloe. Here you will find the best shopping experience offering you fashion, giftware, gourmet food, along with many cafes, restaurants and health related industries.

Enjoy the atmosphere and personalised service, all within walking distance of residences, parking and public transport. Learn more about Cottesloe Village at

You will find sports grounds, tennis courts, a golf course, cycle and walking paths, parks and BBQ areas. Our moderate climate means that outdoor recreation is possible all year round, with the most popular recreation site being our coast.

Cottesloe Beach is very popular for swimming and relaxing and is particularly safe for small children. North Cottesloe Beach is located within walking distance from Cottesloe Beach and is popular for swimming and snorkelling.

Festivals and events feature frequently on our social calendar – from the friendly local Hullabaloo Festival in Napoleon Street to the many annual beach events run through both North Cottesloe and Cottesloe Surf Lifesaving Club.