A vibrant, well-connected city village

The Subi East project will see the rejuvenation of 35ha of land to create a vibrant new north-eastern gateway to Subiaco – one that respects and celebrates the rich heritage of the area, while realising the importance of its prominent location on the doorstep of the Perth CBD. The construction of the Perth Children’s Hospital and Optus Stadium have created an exciting opportunity to redevelop the Subiaco Oval and former Princess Margaret Hospital sites as part of this transformation. Subi East ultimately will be a vibrant, well-connected city village with great places to live, learn, work and play.

Subi East has been developed through consultation with the community and will deliver:

  • Diverse housing across the precinct, catering for families, aged care and affordable options
  • Bob Hawke College, Perth’s new inner-city high school and key anchor of the Subi East development
  • A ‘green spine’ and green links to unify the precinct and connect it to surrounding areas
  • Quality recreation and community spaces including reinstatement of the Subiaco Oval playing surface, Mueller Park and smaller connecting areas, intended to be shared by locals and visitors
  • New east-west and north-south linkages, creating stronger connections between Subiaco, the city and West Leederville
  • A pedestrian-friendly precinct with people-centred intersections


What has happened at Subi East