Frequently Asked Questions

Kingston Estate is situated off Leisure Drive, next to the Leschenault Leisure Centre. Paris Road and the Forest Highway, which extends Perth’s Kwinana Freeway from east of Mandurah all the way down to Bunbury, are borders to the Estate.

Regarding proximity to surrounding infrastructure, Kingston Estate is located:

  • 4km east of the Australind Shopping centre (or 5 minutes by car)
  • 167km south of the central Perth city (or approximately 2 hours by car)
  • 19km to the north of Bunbury (or 14 minutes by car)
  • 90km south of Mandurah (or approximately 1 hour by car)
  • 47km west of Collie (or 41 minutes by car)

While the fluctuating market conditions have the ability to affect the incentives we can provide, each of the lots we present include a front landscape “starter package”, and boundary fencing within its sale price. This incentive ensures that the visual appeal of the Estate and its overall presentation is maintained to a high standard. Please contact us for our current incentive packages.

We have provided a list of Building Design Guidelines for the Estate, which identifies the mutual obligations in place between the purchaser and the developers of Kingston. This is to ensure that you can build your dream home with the confidence that high standards of development will be maintained over time.

Kingston is proud to be a residential development in which its sense of community reflects a sense of home. At present the Estate provides excellent education opportunities for pre-school through to adult learning, as well as a fantastic sport and leisure centre, and beautiful parklands through which to walk, relax, and play. In the future, Kingston proposes a retirement village inclusive of community facilities, as well as a potential new school, with the possibility of outdoor shade sails over the playgrounds being erected.

Kingston Estate currently boasts two playgrounds with swings and slides along with extensive sand play areas, which are a safe and fun place for children to play. In addition, the amphitheatre and central parklands provide great open space for kids to run around and kick a ball, play games or have a picnic. The extensive dual use path network is also ideal for walking the dog, riding a bike or skating on rollerblades.