21 Kishorn Road,
Applecross WA 6153
- Applecross Primary School – 250 m
- Raffles Hotel – 1 km
- Heathcote Reserve – 1 km
- Canning Bridge Train Station – 1.4 km
- Applecross Senior High School – 2.9 km
- Garden City Shopping Centre – 3 km
- Curtin University – 5.3 km
- Murdoch University – 7.4 km
- Perth CBD – 8.5 km
- University of Western Australia – 11 km
- Fremantle – 12 km
- Cottesloe Beach – 16 km
The University of Western Australia was first established in 1911 as the State’s first university. With world-class staff and facilities, UWA
students are given the best possible opportunities to pursue their impossible and excel in their fields.
Often described as one of Australia’s most picturesque campuses, UWA holds a distinctive blend of grand, heritage-listed architecture and contemporary buildings that house state-of-the-art teaching facilities in leafy grounds of open courtyards and beautiful gardens.
UWA is also a member of the Group of Eight, a coalition of leading committed to sharing innovative ideas. research-intensive Australian universities, and is part of the Worldwide Universities Network and Matariki Network of Universities.
Curtin University is Western Australia’s largest and most culturally diverse university, with more than 53,000 students.
Established in 1986, the university takes its name from the widely respected former Prime Minister of Australia, John Curtin, and embraces his philosophy to “look ever forward”, instilling a culture of innovation in its teaching and research.
In 2016 Curtin was ranked among the top 2 per cent of universities
worldwide in the prestigious Academic Ranking of World Universities.
Curtin offers more than 100 courses across science, engineering, health sciences, business, humanities and Indigenous studies. Students joining Curtin’s campuses in Perth, Malaysia and Singapore can expect to become part of a forward thinking, international culture committed to sharing innovative ideas.
Primary & High Schools
Applecross Senior High School was established in 1958. It is located in the pleasant near-riverside suburb of Ardross. The school has established and sustained a reputation for high academic, sporting and cultural achievements, winning many academic exhibitions, awards and competitions, and is often placed among the highest performing public high schools.
About 70 percent of the students seek with success to enter a university, and others achieve entry to Technical and Further Education (TAFE) or directly to employment. Those achieving university entrance frequently do so with higher than the State entry Tertiary Entrance Rank (TER), and generally continue to successful completion of their qualifications.
Applecross Primary School is a secular, co-educational school established in 1905. It is ranked within the top 15 primary schools in Western Australia and has a strong academic focus. The school currently services over 500 students from Kindergarten to Year Six.
Applecross Primary School offers specialist classes in Art, Physical Education, Music and French. Additionally, there are several Gifted and Talented Extension classes offered to children working independently in a range of areas. It is highly regarded as one of Perth’s most historic and well renowned primary schools.
As Applecross Primary School is only available to local Applecross
residents, Kishorn Apartments is ideally situated within the school’s intake boundaries.
The Raffles Hotel is a historic landmark within the City of Melville. It is a two storey bar and restaurant situated only 1 km from Kishorn Apartments. The convenient location, live music and picturesque views have made it a hotspot among Applecross locals.
Originally constructed in 1896, the building has undergone several renovations and redevelopments. Most notably in 2002 with the construction of a 17 storey apartment tower attached to the historic hotel.
Garden City Shopping Centre
Garden City Shopping Centre is one of the largest shopping centres in Western Australia.
It was first opened in 1972 and is located only 6 minutes from Kishorn Apartments.
Garden City currently has over 71,000sqm of floor space, which includes 272 stores and services. It is home to range of amenities including a bus station, public library, cinema, post office and several banking facilities.
In 2015, Garden City was approved to undergo a $750m expansion. This will increase the floor area by 67% and will generate over 10,000 new jobs during construction and once completed. These upgrades are expected to be completed by 2019.