gidgegannup suburb profile

Slowly growing over the years, Gidgegannup has developed a selection of fantastic local businesses, a primary school, sports oval and recreation facilities. Our team loves to call in to the Gidgegannup Bakery & Café, often looking for any excuse to get a sweet treat on our way to or from new listing photo shoots in the area. Not to forget the annual ‘Small Farm Field Day’ and ‘Agricultural Show’ which display the rich rural community spirit of the Hills.


Offering all the immediate services and amenities one could ask for within commuting distance to the Perth CBD, Midland and the Swan Valley, Gidgegannup is an ideal place to live. This beautiful semi-rural community is nestled amongst rolling tree scapes and parkland pasture, making it popular among those who love the open air of the countryside. There is a selection of lifestyle properties and traditional farming blocks for those who are looking to establish a hobby farm or pursue their equine interests. On that note, there is a strong equestrian and riding hub with Suzanna Lakes and Tilden Park hosting a network of Bridle Trails for you to discover on horseback.

Buzzing with activity between August – November, it is the perfect time to travel the Gidgegannup Scenic Wildflower Drive to view the vibrant colours of Yellow Wattles, Hibbertia and Leschenaultia scattered between local farming pockets and woodlands. As you explore there are some fantastic spots to stop for a picnic or delve further into nature by enjoying a walk through the Bells Rapids, Berry Reserve, Noble Falls, Walyunga or Wandoo Heights public walk trails.

After a busy day basking in the fresh air of the country, there is nothing better than spoiling yourself to dinner or a drink at The Wild Goose. Part of Noble Falls Estate, you can enjoy this truly unique venue, that’s comprised of a winery, restaurant and old soap factory. A popular spot for weddings and events, there is a huge open fire to keep you toasty warm in winter and rustic open dining to enjoy the panoramic views and clear skies in summer.

A proud Gidgegannup resident himself, our Principal Ross Webster loves to walk early in the morning and listen to the Magpies sing in the day.  He says that living in Gidgegannup is like being a book set free from the library; it is his home, his relaxation and his pleasure all rolled into one.

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