Warwick is another suburb of Perth described as the native bush land region. This suburb was developed in the late 1960’s. It has bus and train transportation for residents. It is mostly a residential neighborhood and parks. This suburb has about 3,800 people. It has two primary schools. They are Hawkes Parkes Primary School and Warwick Senior High School.
It is a quiet region, but close to Mitchell Freeway. Warwick has several parks with different type of facilities. Gilliam Park has a walking trail and picnic facilities for visitors. Jackie Howe Park features picnic tables, BBQ areas, play equipment for children, sculptures, public bathrooms, and murals.
Leslie Park has many amenities. It has picnic tables, shelters, an electric barbecue, play equipment, walking trails, youth stage, Rountunda, swing, and more.
The Warwick Stadium has eight indoor courts used for basketball, volleyball, netball, and badmition. It has a fitness gym and cafe. There is the Warwick Women’s Workout,just for women, located here. It is operated by Churches of Christ Sports and Recreation Center.
The Warwick Grove Shopping Center has several retail stores, banks, and restaurants for residents. It has the Parent’s Room with changing tables, bottle warming facilities, and private feeding areas.