Menora's Mosaic: From Green Streets to Architectural Feats
Garden Designs Meet Architectural Diversity
In the heart of Western Australia lies Menora, a suburb thoughtfully designed on the ideals of the garden suburb concept. This planning ensures that its streets bloom with greenery and every home is but a short walk away from tranquil parks. The development of Menora spanned over several years, bestowing upon it a mosaic of architectural styles—be it Californian bungalows, art-deco marvels, or international-style residences. These homes, primarily single detached entities built with brick, stand on spacious lots, lending the area a distinguished residential character.
But Menora isn’t just about homes. The suburb hums with life thanks to its commercial strip on Walcott Street, satisfying the retail needs of its residents. It boasts a plethora of public open spaces and cozy pocket parks, with Alexander Park even featuring a tennis centre. The community is enriched by establishments like Saint Paul’s Primary School and a significant Jewish synagogue on Plantation Street, making Menora a blend of culture, heritage, and modernity.