Postcode: 6018  |  Distance to CBD: 11km 


The suburb was named Doubleview due to its views of both the Indian Ocean to the west and the Perth CBD and Darling Range to the east.

Doubleview is generally a residential area, lying between Scarborough to the west and Innaloo to the east on the heavily-trafficked Scarborough Beach Road. Doubleview is near the Scarborough Police and Citizen's Youth Club, a local functions centre at which indoor sports and blue light discos are frequently held for local children.

Doubleview contains one state primary school, Doubleview Primary School (1951). Two other schools, Yuluma (formerly North Innaloo), opened in 1960, and Newborough, opened in 1955, are located just beyond the suburb's eastern and northern boundaries respectively. Prior to the construction of these schools, the area was served by a now defunct school near present-day Westfield Innaloo on Scarborough Beach Road. Small sections in the south of the suburb lie in the catchment areas for Wembley Downs and Woodlands Primary Schools.

There are no high schools within Doubleview; the area lies in the Western Suburbs catchment area, allowing students to attend Churchlands Senior High School (the closest), Carine Senior High School or Shenton College.

Just beyond the suburb's southern boundaries are Hale School, an elite boys' school, and a Catholic school, Holy Rosary Primary School.

Local Schools

Doubleview P.S.

Holy Rosary P.S.



Other Nearby Schools

Newman College (Churchlands)

Holy Spirit School (City Beach)

St Dominic's School (Innaloo)

Our Lady of Good Counsel School (Karrinyup)

St John's School (Scarborough)

Hale School (Wembley Downs)




Innaloo City Centre

Woodlands Village




Bus service to Glendalough or Stirling train stations


Train Stations








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