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(From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
Ellenbrook is an isolated, albeit easily accessed suburb of Perth, Western Australia, about 21km from Perth's Central business district (CBD), located within the City of Swan. Its postcode is 6069. Ellenbrook has and is being built as a planned community, and currently has a population somewhere between 5,000 and 15,000 people. It is also envisioned that Ellenbrook will eventually become a satellite city, with a population of 50,000, however a more modest population prediction of 30,000 has been set for c. 2012.
Ellenbrook takes its name from Ellen Brook, a tributary of the Swan River. Ellen Brook was named after Ellen Stirling, the wife of Captain James Stirling, Western Australia's first governor.
Ellenbrook is a planned community, and is being developed in phases called "villages". Woodlake Village was the first village to start construction, with the first home completed in 1995.
Currently, there are six villages. The first, Woodlake Village is also currently the largest. It was followed by The Bridges, Coolamon, Morgan Fields and Charlotte's Vineyard. Malvern Springs is the sixth village and was recently opened.
The villages surround a town centre with shopping and entertainment attractions. The development of the town centre is in its early stages, but already contains the largest Woolworths in the state. Ellenbrook's land developers claim that by the year 2012, the seven villages will support a community of 30,000 people.