The National Broadband Network will start to roll out to the area by June 2016, with the entire project expected to be complete in 2021.
‘People can work from home like they would from the office, get all the family online at once and stream TV shows smoothly,’ NBN Co. community relations manager for WA Peter Gurney said.
‘Around a third of eligible homes on average have already signed up to the NBN in neighbourhoods where the fibre has been up and running for more than 12 months.
‘Moreover, households in the NBN fibre footprint are downloading around 50 per cent more data than the average Australian broadband connection every month,’ he added.
Quinns Rocks residents will join those in Butler, Clarkson, Jindalee, Merriwa, Mindarie, Ridgewood and Tamala Park who will also be able to order the service within three years.
Further north, construction of the network is expected to start in Carabooda, Two Rocks and Yanchep from next March.
Construction has already started on new estates such as Catalina in Clarkson, Amberton in Eglinton, Jindowie in Yanchep and Yanchep Golf Estate.