Lawley Ward

The Lawley Ward stretches from Nollamara in the North, to Mount Lawley in the South and contains a number of local reserves and shopping locations. The ward is represented by Councillor Joe Ferrante and Councillor Suzanne Migdale.

The Lawley Ward is made up of the following suburbs: 

Neighbourhood planning

Local news and events

Street signs naming history

Street name

Derivation of name

Location of sign

Berrigan Street, Nollamara

Name derived from the Aboriginal word for wattle tree

Cnr Berrigan St & Sussex St, Nollamara

Bradley Street, Yokine

Named after local dairy farmers, the Bradley family

Cnr Bradley St & Knight Avenue, Yokine

Frape Avenue, Yokine

Named after Augustus Frape, Osborne Park plant nursery owner

Cnr Frape Avenue & Lockwood St, Yokine

Ingleton Lane, Mount Lawley

Named after former Ingleton Post Office (est. 1918)

Cnr Third Ave & Ingleton Lane, Mount Lawley

Munja Way, Nollamara

Name derived from Nyoongar word ‘mooja’ for Christmas bush

Cnr Munja Way & Sussex St, Nollamara

Narla Way, Nollamara

Name derived from the Aboriginal word for red gum tree

Cnr Narla Way & St Albans Rd, Nollamara

Plantation Street, Menora

Named after Scadden pine plantation, once located in the area

Cnr Plantation St & Wareana St, Menora

Starke Lane, Mount Lawley

Named after Dr Emanuel Starke, first Mayor City of Stirling

Cnr Starke Lane & Glenroyd St, Mount Lawley

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