Firstly, the location. Jindee nestles between two natural limestone ridges that run down to the Indian Ocean. Along the kilometre of Jindee’s ocean frontage there are long white sandy beaches, small intimate sandy coves and beautiful rocky outcrops. It’s an ancient transition from land to water with ever-changing colours and effects tempered by seasons and weather.
The planning of Jindee respects the stunning natural environment and cultivates beauty in the living environment. Each street, park and building that will form the Jindee village and its neighbourhoods has and will be designed to add beauty, harmony and interest for the benefit of those who choose to make Jindee their home.
And then, there’s the strong sense of a village community with its different neighbourhoods brought together through world leadership in urban planning coupled with architecture that desires to enhance a sense of sharing and coastal living in Perth.
Jindee embodies this essence of Western Australia. Its relaxed, unhurried and generous in spirit. It’s like being on holiday 365 days a year.
Small parks and open areas will break-up streets and homes, bring light and space into the neighbourhood and provide places to relax and revive.
People can easily walk or cycle to the beach, village centre, cafes, corners stores, parks and other great local destinations. When you can walk or ride to everything, people actively use the streets more. This makes it friendlier and safer.
Jindee will have a variety of different civic spaces including Natural Reserves, Squares, Parks, Closes, Plazas, Promenades, Passages, Paths, Greens,
Playgrounds and Commons.
The WA community is changing. One or two people households are now more common than traditional ‘family’ households.