Previously called the Mooro by the Whadjuk Aboriginal people, Sorrento is a suburb in Western Australia named after an Italian seaside town. The suburb originated from a sales dispute between John Letred Lacepede and Robert Jame Geneff, though is said that the two remained good friends. The former created the settlement.
“They arranged the sale of our house in two showings, for more than we expected. There after, he provided valuable advice as we searched for a new home. A good experience.”