Developer briefing as Atlantis rises

New estate for Two Rocks.
New estate for Two Rocks.

Capricorn Beach Joint Venture plans to develop the estate over the next 20 years, which it has named after the iconic 1980s tourist attraction Atlantis Marine Park and local beaches.

At the Two Rocks Yanchep Residents Association meeting on August 25, member Ed Whitchurch tabled a leaflet about the September 8 meeting for Two Rocks residents.

Mr Whitchurch said infrastructure such as rail to Yanchep would also service the Two Rocks area, but little had been said about the latter suburb’s future growth.

‘Two Rocks has almost been forgotten ” it has all been about Yanchep,’ he said.

‘There are developments afoot here in Two Rocks ” they are not far away.’

The Two Rocks resident also said he understood the Fini Group was going through the planning approvals process for its land near Leemans Landing, but were not planning any works in the immediate future.

The master plan for Atlantis Beach includes four public primary schools, a public high school, a private K-12 college, and more than 41ha of parks and open space areas.

Project director Jarrod Rendell said the development team had started to work with the Two Rocks community and existing owners in the township for the rejuvenation and upgrade of existing amenities.

‘We are really looking forward to working in the local community to not only deliver all the new amenity within our master planned development, but to also work on a plan for the upgrade of some of the town’s existing facilities,’ he said.

‘Over the coming years, Atlantis Beach will evolve into an active and thriving coastal community.

‘Our focus currently is on connecting with relevant groups and stakeholders to gain their input to ensure this development provides good outcomes for the new families it will attract, as well as the existing Two Rocks community.’

Extending east of much of the existing residential area in Two Rocks, the estate is expected to ultimately accommodate about 5000 families, with first land releases beyond Blaxland Way.

The briefing is on Monday, September 8, from 7pm at the Phil Renkin Community Centre. For more information, email