Stirling City Centre

Vision Concept for Stirling City Centre


The Stirling City Centre is located just 8 km north of the Perth CBD.

When combined with the adjoining Herdsman Glendalough area, it is the largest business precinct outside the Perth CBD, in both land area and employment. But, with more than 40,000 local jobs available in the Centre and a mix of retail, residential and commercial use, the area is experiencing major congestion and accessibility issues.

The City has worked in collaboration with the Western Australian State Government, local community and private sector over the past 10 years and together has developed a consolidated vision for the Stirling City Centre to combat these issues.

As one of Australia’s largest urban regeneration projects, the Stirling City Centre project will alleviate the critical issues of congestion and housing affordability to improve connectivity and increase access to jobs.

Stage 1 of the Stirling City Centre project includes the construction of a new freeway interchange and the extension of Stephenson Avenue through the middle of 55 hectares of land-locked vacant land.

Following a $60 million commitment by the Western Australian State Government and a $65 million commitment by the Federal Government, delivery is expected to commence in 2019 over three phases, with different agency responsibilities, City of Stirling and Main Roads WA (MRWA).

Visit the Stephenson Avenue Extension project page for more information about Stage 1.

How to get involved?

Use the 'Subscribe' button to the right of the page to sign up for the project e-newsletter, and keep checking this page to be kept up to date about this exciting project!

Vision Concept for Stirling City Centre


The Stirling City Centre is located just 8 km north of the Perth CBD.

When combined with the adjoining Herdsman Glendalough area, it is the largest business precinct outside the Perth CBD, in both land area and employment. But, with more than 40,000 local jobs available in the Centre and a mix of retail, residential and commercial use, the area is experiencing major congestion and accessibility issues.

The City has worked in collaboration with the Western Australian State Government, local community and private sector over the past 10 years and together has developed a consolidated vision for the Stirling City Centre to combat these issues.

As one of Australia’s largest urban regeneration projects, the Stirling City Centre project will alleviate the critical issues of congestion and housing affordability to improve connectivity and increase access to jobs.

Stage 1 of the Stirling City Centre project includes the construction of a new freeway interchange and the extension of Stephenson Avenue through the middle of 55 hectares of land-locked vacant land.

Following a $60 million commitment by the Western Australian State Government and a $65 million commitment by the Federal Government, delivery is expected to commence in 2019 over three phases, with different agency responsibilities, City of Stirling and Main Roads WA (MRWA).

Visit the Stephenson Avenue Extension project page for more information about Stage 1.

How to get involved?

Use the 'Subscribe' button to the right of the page to sign up for the project e-newsletter, and keep checking this page to be kept up to date about this exciting project!

  • Hundreds 'drop in' to see plans for the Stirling City Centre project

    1 day ago
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    More than 550 residents turned out to the City of Stirling’s drop in day, held over four hours on Saturday 16 March 2019, to learn about the exciting new developments happening as part of the Stirling City Centre project.

    Visitors viewed vision boards and an audio visual presentation outlining the Stirling City Centre Structure Plan, Westfield Stirling upgrade and the proposed Stephenson Avenue extension. Check out a short video of the event here!

    Feedback from the event was overwhelmingly positive and revealed a high level of excitement for the vision, and an eagerness for the City to get started...

    More than 550 residents turned out to the City of Stirling’s drop in day, held over four hours on Saturday 16 March 2019, to learn about the exciting new developments happening as part of the Stirling City Centre project.

    Visitors viewed vision boards and an audio visual presentation outlining the Stirling City Centre Structure Plan, Westfield Stirling upgrade and the proposed Stephenson Avenue extension. Check out a short video of the event here!

    Feedback from the event was overwhelmingly positive and revealed a high level of excitement for the vision, and an eagerness for the City to get started on the key components as soon as possible.

    To download the presentation material visit the Document Library to the right of the page. The audio visual presentation can be viewed here.
  • Community invited to drop in for Stirling City Centre update

    24 days ago
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    For more than 10 years, the City has been working on plans to develop the Scarborough Beach Road Activity Corridor and transform the Stirling City Centre into Perth’s second CBD.

    While this work has been underway for well over a decade, there have been some exciting recent developments that we would like to tell you about.

    Drop in to the City's Main Administration Building at 25 Cedric Street, Stirling on Saturday 16 March between 9.00am–1.00pm to find out more!

    For more than 10 years, the City has been working on plans to develop the Scarborough Beach Road Activity Corridor and transform the Stirling City Centre into Perth’s second CBD.

    While this work has been underway for well over a decade, there have been some exciting recent developments that we would like to tell you about.

    Drop in to the City's Main Administration Building at 25 Cedric Street, Stirling on Saturday 16 March between 9.00am–1.00pm to find out more!