Meadow Springs, Western Australia facts for kids
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Mandurah, Western Australia
|Population||5,920 (2011 census)|
|LGA(s)||City of Mandurah|
Meadow Springs is a suburb of Mandurah, immediately northeast of Mandurah's central area. Alongside some of Mandurah's most recent land estates, it contains a large golf course, Catholic primary school, Anglican co-educational school, and a war veterans' estate. There are many parks and walking trails near the lake. The upcoming train station will provide convenient public transport, eliminating the need to drive into Mandurah to catch a train.
Meadow Springs is serviced by Transperth bus routes operated by Transdev WA—the 558 (Mandurah to Rockingham) & 587 (Mandurah to Lakelands), both connecting the suburb to the Mandurah railway line. A future train station is planned at Gordon Road in the Business Industry area of Mandurah in Meadow Springs.
Meadow Springs is home to three private schools, Frederick Irwin Anglican School (K-12), Assumption Catholic Primary School (K-6) and Mandurah Baptist College (K-12). Meadow Springs Primary School www.meadowspringsps.com, a brand new government school opened in 2012, It boasts a dental clinic and a special education support centre. It currently has a student population of over 900.
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