Established: 1905  |  Postcode: 6152  |  Location: 6 km from Perth

 

Como is a suburb with a population of 12,423. Canning Highway divides the suburb. There are four schools in the area. These are the Collier and Como Primary Schools, Como Senior High School, and Penrhos College, a private all-girls school which has a primary school and a high school.

 

Originally the present "Como" comprised of three large land grants, Swan Locations 40, 41, and 42. Edmund Hugh Comer, a farmer of Christchurch, acquired the land by succession in February 1891. Extensive subdivision of the land was commenced in 1905 under the name Como Estate, a name thought to be derived from the owner's surname or after the town situated on the shore of Lake Di Como in northern Italy.

 

History

The suburb of Como was originally made up of three land grants, purchased by Christchurch farmer Edmund Hugh Comer in February 1891. The land was subdivided in 1905 under the name Como Estate, which is thought to be derived from either the owner's surname or the area of the same name in northern Italy.

 

Local Schools

Como Community Kindergarten

Como P.S.

Como Senior College.

Collier P.S.

Koonawarra P.S.

Mcdougall Park Community Kindergarten

Penrhos College

 

 

Other Nearby Schools

St Pius X Catholic School (Manning)

Aquinas College (Salter Point)

St Columba's Catholic Primary School (South Perth)

Wesley College (South Perth)

Aquinas College (Salter Point)

 

 

Shops

Karawara Shopping Centre

 

 

Transport

Bus service to Perth CBD or Canning Bridge Train Station

   

Train Stations

Canning Bridge

 

 

 

 

 

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