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Wanneroo is a suburb of Perth and also the town centre of the largest shire in the metropolitan area. It lies approximately 40 minutes north of Perth's central business district. The beginnings of Wanneroo date back to 1834 as explorer John Butler searched for pastureland. At the same time friendly meetings with the Yellagonga tribe were recoded and around 1850 James and Mary Ann Cockman were amongst the first settlers to arrive. The building of the Wanneroo Road around 1870 reduced the transport time to the City of Perth from about a week to only one day and the region began to grow as a significant market gardening and viticulture centre. Still today Wanneroo's heritage and history is evident in its many buildings and outlying agricultural activities, including the Cockman's original homestead. The Wanneroo region is incredibly diverse, encompassing Yellagonga Regional Park, Lake Joondalup and a wide array of environmental landscapes and multi-cultural communities. The Wanneroo Road today is a bustling artery connecting the thriving commercial centres with many sporting and recreational facilities, as well as historic sites, popular tourist destinations, wineries and museums. Festivals and community events are a popular part of Wanneroo's culture. Dining experiences: Variety of fast food and take away outlets, to a la carte dining at wineries, restaurants and taverns. Accommodation facilities: Caravan Parks, Bed and Breakfasts to fully furnished unit accommodation.

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