Perth, Western Australia
|Population||11,901 (2011 census)|
|• Density||4,960/km2 ( 12,840/sq mi)|
|Area||2.4 km2 (0.9 sq mi)|
|Location||25 km (16 mi) N of Perth CBD|
|LGA(s)||City of Wanneroo|
Wanneroo contains three primary schools: East Wanneroo Primary School, Wanneroo Primary School and St Anthony's Catholic Primary School. Wanneroo contains one high school, Wanneroo Secondary College.
The Wanneroo Agricultural Show is held annually within Wanneroo, the state's largest Regional Agricultural Show.
The Transperth operated bus, Number 389, runs from Wanneroo to Perth, up and down Wanneroo Road; also 467 from Whitfords Station going to Joondalup Station via Wanneroo and route 468 by Transdev WA
Wanneroo is home to the Barbagallo Raceway, a 2.411 km (1.498 mi) road racing circuit. Barbagallo, which opened in 1969, is the home of motor racing in Western Australia and hosts an annual round of the V8 Supercars championship.
Wanneroo is also home to the Pinjar Park Speedway which opened in 2005. Pinjar Park is a 142 metres (155 yd) Motorcycle speedway which regularly hosts national and international meetings and caters to both senior and junior solo and sidecar racing. Pinjar Park is considered small for a speedway in Australia, with most tracks around the country ranging from 350 metres (380 yd) to 600 metres (660 yd) in length. For the bikes, the speedway replaced the old 550 metres (600 yd) Claremont Speedway which had run from 1927 until 2000, and the Bibra Lake Speedway which closed in 2004.
- Australian Bureau of Statistics (31 October 2012). "State Suburbs: Wanneroo". 2011 Census QuickStats. Retrieved 4 July 2012.
- Kennealy, Shona (1994) Oral Histories of Wanneroo wetlands: Recollections of Wanneroo Pioneers, changes that occurred between European settlement and the 1950's The Water Authority of W.A. http://henrietta.liswa.wa.gov.au/record=b1606874~S2
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