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A lifestyle that’s close to perfect

Imaging living at Vasse. As Saturday morning arrives, you could stroll down the charming neighbourhood streets to the Vasse Village retail hub for a spot of shopping. Then stop for a coffee and pastry at the local café.

In the afternoon, play sport at one of the local clubs, hit the beach or do an exercise circuit. Then take a ride down the Wadandi Track to Cheeky Monkey, where you can catch up with friends over a cold one as the sun goes down.

Getting close to your family

Vasse is a great place to raise a family. With a gentle beach just 1km from your doorstep, Vasse offers an idyllic lifestyle.

Imagine summers spent splashing in the ocean, riding bikes with friends, and heading to the local Nature Playground or one of the Vasse parks for a neighbourly BBQ.

Perfect weekends

Weekends offer so many things to do in Vasse. From fishing or surfing the nearby breaks, or maybe hiking along the Wadandi Track that winds through the Vasse estate.

Vasse is also close to Dunsborough, Busselton and the Margaret River region. So you’re spoilt for choice with restaurants, wineries, events and entertainment options.

Close to work

Work is close by, with Busselton ten minutes one way and Dunsborough ten minutes in the other direction. Margaret River and Bunbury are also easy to access when you pop on to the bypass.

History began in Vasse thousands of years ago

UNCOVER THE HISTORY OF VASSE

History began in Vasse thousands of years ago with the Wadandi people who lived in this lush pocket of the South West. The farming pioneers arrived in the area in 1841, cultivating the land for early settler use.

Formerly named Newtown, Vasse was christened in honour of the Vasse River and Vasse Estuary. These names were given after the French seaman, Timothee Thomas Vasse, who disappeared in the area in June 1801, during explorer Nicolas Baudin's expedition.

A Sustainable Future

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As important as it is to honour our past, it is vital we plan for the future.

Vasse has been built as a sustainable community, designed with energy efficiency in mind and uses materials sourced from the local area. Find out more about our EnviroDevelopment Certification and how we've recycled materials and retained mature trees.

Vasse Sporting Complex - Playing Fields In Use

LEARN ABOUT OUR FACILITIES & CLUBS

Join the local sporting community at Vasse with one of the many clubs in this picturesque pocket of the South West.

The Vasse Sporting Complex is currently in stage three of construction, with grassed playing fields for football, soccer and cricket already complete.

The next construction phase will see hard courts, a bowling green and club rooms built at the Vasse Sporting Complex, creating a state-of-the-art facility for all to use.