Darch is a suburb of Perth, Western Australia, situated inside the City of Wanneroo around 20 kilometers north of Perth's focal business area. Already part of Landsdale, a significant part of the rural area was provincial in character until the late 1990s. It was named after an early pioneer family in the territory, with the name being affirmed by the Geographic Names Committee on 5 March 1998. The zone was in this manner opened to private improvement, particularly from 2001 onwards, as a major aspect of Cell 6 of the East Wanneroo Development Area.
The rural area contains a few little private parks and Landsdale Park, a bushland hold with interpretative signage. Occupants are served for shopping needs by the Darch Plaza strip mall, and the bigger Kingsway City Shopping Center toward the west. The rural area is adjusted by three Transperth transport courses, both worked by Transdev WA. The 352 course, which enters the suburb and serves the focal area, connections to Whitfords railroad station; the 450, running along Kingsway, connections to Warwick railroad station, while the 372 course, which ends on Landsdale Road in the suburb's southwestern corner, connections to Mirrabooka transport station. The two ends offer administrations to focal Perth.