Bibra Lake Primary School (5686)

Local Intake Area


The local intake area for this school is displayed on the map below:

Shaded areas indicate optional local-intake areas - please refer to the map description for further details.

 
LIA Map - Please read this map in conjunction with any other map/s displayed to determine a Local Intake Area (LIA).
 
Local Intake map :
LIA map


All questions regarding the School Local Intake Area are to be directed to the school - see Contact Details


The following defines the local-intake area of this school:

BIBRA LAKE PRIMARY SCHOOL (Government Gazette Dec 1998)

The boundary for this school is as follows:
From the intersection of the Kwinana Freeway with the proposed Roe Highway, south along the Kwinana Freeway to the railway line, south west along the railway line to North Lake Road, north west along North Lake Road to Bibra Drive, in a general northerly direction along Bibra Drive to the proposed Roe Highway, and east along the alignment of the proposed Roe Highway to the Kwinana Freeway.

The boundary parts of the Kwinana Freeway (west side), North Lake Road (east side), Bibra Drive (both sides) and the Roe Highway (south side), are included within the area for Bibra Lake Primary School.

The following constitutes an optional area between Bibra Lake and West Leeming Primary Schools:
From the junction of Farrington Road and the Kwinana Freeway, west along Farrington Road to Bibra Drive, south along Bibra Drive to the proposed Roe Highway, east along the proposed Roe Highway to the Kwinana Freeway and north along the Kwinana Freeway to Farrington Road. The boundary parts of the Kwinana Freeway (west side), Farrington Road (south side) Bibra Drive (east side) and proposed Roe Highway (north side) are included within the optional area.

Note
The local-intake area maps are based on a written description of the local-intake area (LIA) for the school as published in the WA Government Gazette.  Although the map closely represents the LIA description, for some houses near the boundary (especially on street corners), it may be necessary to refer to the written description.  The street address of a residence is used to determine whether that dwelling is inside a particular LIA.  While local-intake areas for most schools do not change from year to year, changes may be made to local-intake areas as required.  Such changes are published in the WA Government Gazette and subsequently the local-intake area map will be updated.