Our Mission is to be a successful, friendly community pharmacy.
Our knowledgeable and caring team work together to provide a superior pharmacy experience.
Lisa, the owner of City Beach Pharmacy, graduated from the School of Pharmacy at Curtin University in 1997 and completed her training hours at St Quentin’s Pharmacy in Claremont.
We hope you enjoy visiting our Pharmacy as much as we enjoy offering friendly, local, community healthcare.
In 1917, the Perth City Council purchased the Lime Kilns Estate of 1,290 acres (522 ha), situated between the Endowment Lands and the City, thus linking the City with the ocean beach. The Council proposed to lay out an up-to-date seaside town near the ocean beach on garden city lines, embodying approved Town Planning principles, and making ample provision for recreation purposes. By 1928, the Council had allocated finance to commence work, and also referred to the beach as “City Beach”.
History of the shopping centre
City Beach Pharmacy was established in 1962. It began in the The Empire Games shopping centre. This building was once the Kitchen and Dining hall for the athletes in the 1962 Empire Games. Mr Paul Williams first owned and ran the pharmacy for more than 40 years. He built the business into the great community pharmacy it is now.
Lisa Eldon purchased the business from Anna Geha in February 2007.