Suburb Profiles.


Beaconsfield/White Gum Valley.


Beaconsfield the suburb, was named after a property known as "Beaconsfield" which was located in the area in the 1880s with the name officially adopted by the Post Office on the 1st August, 1894.

The common white gum of the Darling Range did not grow in the area, although Maiden Gums (salmon white gums) were identified by the first settlers. The older developed areas to the west of the suburbs today still include historic homes of all shapes, sizes and methods of construction.

The development of land to the eastern end of the suburbs post World War II included homes for many newly arrived migrants which have added a unique and rich flavor to the communities.

Schools and Institutions.

South Fremantle Senior High School
Lefroy Road
9337 0500
www.southfremantleshs.wa.edu.au

Beaconsfield Primary School
5 Hale Street
9430 7055
www.beacy.wa.edu.au

Christ The King School
87 York Street
9338 8777
www.ctk.wa.edu.au

White Gum Valley Primary
29 Hope Street
9335 2655
www.whitegumvalley.wa.edu.au

Challeger TAFE
15 Grosvenor Street
9329 8200
www.challenger.wa.edu.au

Restaurants and Cafes.

Moondyne Joes
73 Wray Ave
9430 5513
www.moondynejoes.com.au


Café Lumos
1/16 Minilya Ave, WGV
9335 5332

What we love.

  • Sunday morning Growers' Green Farmers' Markets at South Fremantle Senior High
  • Princi’s selection of the tastiest Mediterranean morsels
  • Walking into town
  • The preservation of turn of the century homes