Key statistics

Delve into Wanneroo’s key data: economic growth, population, employment, business count, tourism, and housing trends.


Economic growth:

The City of Wanneroo’s economy is experiencing steady growth, with the Gross Regional Product (GRP) estimated to be $8.39 billion in 2022, representing an increase of 4.9% from the previous year.

A young and growing population:

The population of the City of Wanneroo is around 216,450 people with a median age of 35. The City’s population is projected to grow rapidly in the coming years and is anticipated to reach 367,775 by 2041.

Employment:

The City of Wanneroo is an employment hub, with over 62,256 jobs available within the area. The unemployment rate in the City of Wanneroo is currently at 3.6%. The largest employment sectors are construction, education & training, retail, health care and social assistance, manufacturing and hospitality. 

Number of businesses:

There are over 15,984 businesses operating in the City, with a range of industries and sizes.

Tourism statistics:

The City attracts a significant number of visitors each year, with the tourism industry generating approximately 3,859 jobs and $419m in sales each year.

Housing:

The City of Wanneroo has a diverse range of housing options available, including apartments, townhouses, and detached houses. The median house price in the area is $426,568, which is below the median price for the Perth metropolitan area.

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