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Cygnia Cove is nestled along the banks of Clontarf Bay on the Canning River. The estate draws its name from the black swans (Cygnus Atratus) which reside on this tranquil part of the river.
Created by respected property developer, Richard Noble & Company, this exclusive enclave of waterfront land has been designed to provide a refuge for residents and wildlife alike.
The centerpiece of the estate is the rehabilitated river foreshore with its swan breeding ground. Here, residents can observe the graceful black swans in their reclaimed, natural habitat.
Cygnia Cove offers an idyllic lifestyle in an enviable location. The Perth CBD is just under 10 kilometres away and is easily accessible by the freeway or by train. Lovers of fashion will be torn between the City and Garden City Shopping Centre, while food connoisseurs will find a host of dining options close by, including the South Perth foreshore and the beautifully refurbished Raffles Hotel.
Children are well catered for too, with excellent state and private schools nearby, along with a myriad of parks and playgrounds. WA’s largest university, Curtin University is within walking distance.
If you prefer more leisurely pursuits, a world-class, 18-hole golf course is a short drive away, while the Canning River puts an aquatic playground on your doorstep.
If you work or study from home you can be assured of fast internet with NBN access available.
Formerly known as East Clontarf, the land at Cygnia Cove has had a variety of uses. Farming, pine plantation, playing fields and even a school have all played a part in it’s rich history.
Following a Public Environmental Review, approval was given for the development of the site in 2005. Strict conditions were imposed to ensure the protection of the flora and fauna and the iconic Black Swans that breed in the area.
Richard Noble and Company commissioned a team of environmental consultants, engineers, planners, architects and landscape architects to undertake the preparation of a number of environmental management plans to meet the conditions. The results of which include the retention of parkland areas including an expanded Clontarf Bay foreshore retained and constructed wetlands and landscaped Parks.