Redcliffe, Western Australia
Perth, Western Australia
|Population||4,280 (2006 census)|
|LGA(s)||City of Belmont|
The boundaries of the suburb are determined by the Great Eastern Highway, Tonkin Highway and Epsom Avenue, Belmont, and the grounds of the Perth International Airport which lie on the eastern edge of the suburb.
The story of its name is ambiguous: while some claim it was named after steep red clay deposits that lined the banks of the Swan River when settlers first arrived, others claim that it was named after the ancestorial home of an early settler. The suburb was once a single property near modern-day Water Street and the main house, 'Nulsen Haven' still stands today. The local Primary school was built in 1908 and at this time, Redcliffe had been transformed from one property into many small farms after being subdivided in 1897.
Modern Redcliffe is a mix of residential, semi-industrial and retail buildings. It is 18 minutes from the Perth CBD and a short walk from the Swan River.
Redcliffe is often confused with - the Perth International Airport (which used to be identified as being in the suburb), and the adjacent suburbs of Ascot and Belmont.