Our move to Joondalup
The new office offers a modern way of working and has been designed to achieve a five‑star Green Star rating and 4.5 star National Australian Built Environment Rating System (NABERS) energy rating. The building includes a solar array which generates approximately 100 megawatt hours of electricity each year. Landscaping surrounding the building features water wise gardens, with low-flow irrigation to ensure minimal use of water.
The department is working closely with North Metropolitan TAFE, Edith Cowan University and the WA Police Academy to increase the capacity and vibrancy of the region as part of the Joondalup Learning Precinct.
We are also working with Aboriginal culture and language custodians and consultants on opportunities to acknowledge and incorporate traditional knowledge and language in the fit-out of our new facilities. This includes the naming of meeting spaces and collaboration on featured artwork.
Prime House, 8 Davidson Terrace, Joondalup
Sign in at reception to receive a visitor’s pass, which you must display at all times
Travel north or south on the Mitchell Freeway and exit at Shenton Avenue, turning east. Follow Shenton Ave and turn right on to Davidson Terrace. Prime House is on the south-west corner of Shenton Ave and Davidson Tce opposite Joondalup Health Campus. There is pay parking in the street or in local parking areas.
By train and bus
Take the train from the Perth Underground to Joondalup station. At the station, head to the CAT bus stops, which are upstairs at the Perth end of the station on the western side, just past the newsagency. Take the Blue CAT bus to Davidson Tce (stop 5) or the Red CAT bus to Davidson Tce (stop 11).