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The best Lake Clifton Real Estate Agents sell properties considerably better than the average Lake Clifton agents, of which there are approximately 3. We detail who these Lake Clifton agents are in our free report.

Importantly it is the performance of the individual real estate agent rather than the real estate agency used that matters. With over 3 agents operating in the Waroona council area servicing the Lake Clifton market and 1 agencies, vendors should only use those Lake Clifton agents who routinely deliver superior results for their clients. This is crucial to maximise their chances of securing the best possible price for their Lake Clifton property.

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At the end of the day choosing the best Lake Clifton real estate agent to sell your property can make years of difference to your personal financial situation.

Suburb Overview

Lake Clifton is a small town located on the east side of the lake of the same name in the Peel region of Western Australia just off the Old Coast Road, between Mandurah and Bunbury at the north end of the Yalgorup National Park. At the 2006 census, Lake Clifton had a population of 441.

Lake Clifton is named for Marshall Clifton, who originally arrived in Western Australia to manage the settlement scheme at Australind, and was later a member of the Legislative Council.

Explorers Dr Alexander Collie and Lieutenant William Preston RN first came across what are now Lakes Preston and Clifton while exploring the coastline between Mandurah and Bunbury in 1829. After the introduction of convicts to the Swan River Colony in the 1850s, the "Old Coast Road" south of Mandurah was rebuilt. For most of its length, the road went through well-timbered, sandy limestone country of little value to agriculture. The area's first European settler was John Fouracre, who built a house in this area in 1852 and had established a wayside inn and changing station at Wellington Location 205 in 1854.

The townsite of Lake Clifton was developed in 1920 as a result of the W A Portland Cement Co. seeking to mine a lime deposit there. A railway to Waroona was built and the local Progress Association sought the declaration of a townsite for the Company's employees. The town was initially gazetted as Leschenault in 1921, but this name was seen as too confusing because of the name's connection with Bunbury. It was then renamed Garbanup, but the Railway Department complained as this was too similar to Dardanup, so in 1923 it changed again to Lake Clifton. For a short period it was a busy company town, but the mine closed at the end of 1923 and the railway was removed and transported to Lake Grace, Western Australia for use in a railway to Newdegate.

Lake Clifton contains basic accommodation and shopping, and a community hall offering a range of activities. A couple of roadhouses for passing trucks and motorists are located on Old Coast Road, while rural residential estates have sprung up at Tuart Grove.

The Yalgorup National Park was established in the 1970s to protect the coastal lakes, swamps and tuart woodland in the area. The area is also central to waterbird migration patterns. At the edge of Lake Clifton, rock-like structures called thrombolites can be seen, built by tiny micro-organisms believed to resemble the earliest forms of life on Earth. Scientists have suggested their presence here may be due to upwellings of fresh groundwater high in calcium carbonate. An observation walkway has been constructed to allow visitors to view these fragile structures. An action has been started to list Lake Clifton as a World Heritage Site by the French artists "Art Orient

The main road route through the area is the Old Coast Road. Perth-Bunbury buses operated by TransWA under the Public Transport Authority also stop here. It is also the terminus of the new Forrest Highway

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