Mojo takes you places
Your new home in the exclusive up-and-coming CoNo precinct thrusts you in the epicentre of a high-energy world of colour and movement.
CoNo is the new Urban Living precinct just north of fast-growing Cockburn Central. This landscape has evolved dramatically in recent years, with apartments shooting up around a flurry of shops, schools, sports grounds and train stations. The City of Cockburn has invested heavily in infrastructure like the Cockburn ARC, open to the public and home to the Fremantle Dockers.
The scene is set – it’s time to find your Mojo.
By car to work / study
3 min drive to Berrigan Drive on ramp to freeway
10 min drive to Fiona Stanley
12 min drive to Murdoch University
20 min drive to Perth City
By train to work
2 km walk to Cockburn Train Station
4 min train journey to Fiona Stanley (non stop)
18 min train journey to Perth City (5 stops)
2 min drive to Cockburn ARC – 2 km walk
3 min drive to Gateway Shopping Centre – 3.3 km walk
15 min drive to Port Coogee
Life @ Mojo
FOMO? Forget about it. The Mojo life is always on.
Satisfy your retail cravings at Cockburn Gateway Shopping City, a premium shopping destination home to more than 180 stores including a vibrant Piazza restaurant precinct featuring a range of casual dining options, children’s play area and alfresco seating.
After work drinks are sorted at The Gate Bar & Bistro, Cockburn’s award-winning hangout taking the pub experience to a whole new level.
Fitness fanatics can sweat it out at Cockburn ARC, the City of Cockburn's state-of-the-art recreation and aquatic centre with nine water zones, three waterslides, a six-court stadium, three group fitness studios and a huge health club space. Seeing is believing.
Then there’s Fremantle, an eclectic mecca home to quirky boutiques, artisanal food, cafes, craft beer and a rollicking music and arts scene. Wander through Freo’s lively streets and experience an infectious free-spirited vibe, then head to Fishing Boat Harbour to feast on fresh fish and chips or sink a Little Creatures pale ale on the deck.
If the beach is your scene, Coogee Beach is well within cooee of CoNo. With sandy white shores, crystal blue water and an offshore pontoon, it’s the perfect place to while away a weekend or watch the sunset after work. You can also head up to Port or Leighton Beach, home to awesome swimming and snorkelling spots, as well as windsurfing and kitesurfing when the afternoon breeze gets up.
With Perth City just up the Kwinana Freeway or Mandurah Line, nailing that elusive work-life balance is easy as, with Mojo