The City of Burnside is one of Adelaide's oldest residential areas, and is well known for its tree lined streets, period architecture and plentiful reserves and gardens within our 30 km² area.
Located in the South Eastern corner of Adelaide and just 10 minutes from the Central Business District, the City of Burnside covers 28 suburbs and has a residential population of 42,000 people. Offering a wide range of community facilities and a diverse mix of shopping and retail outlets, the City of Burnside is one of Adelaide's most pleasant places to live or visit.
Like all Councils, the City of Burnside has some responsibilities under the Public and Environmental Health Act, Development Act, and Dog and Cat Management Act.
From our early beginnings to our ANZACs and City Logo & Crest, find information on significant dates in our history and street names and origins. Further information can be researched in the Local History Room.
A Day in the Life of Burnside showcases some of the many programs and services we provide to the community. View this short film and see how Council is about a lot more than roads, rates and rubbish.
The City of Burnside is committed to providing services to the community in the most cost effective manner possible, while at the same time constructing and properly maintaining vital infrastructure.
The City of Burnside’s Community Profile and Social Atlas provides detailed demographic information for areas of Burnside using Census information from the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
The City of Burnside has four regional subsidiaries established under Section 43 of the Local Government Act 1999.
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