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. Whether you are a resident or visitor, the City of Burnside is great for relaxing and unwinding, exploring natural flora and fauna, shopping and discovering historical landmarks.
The area boasts impressive open space and recreational facilities perfect for that afternoon stroll or family picnic. There are also fantastic opportunities for walkers in the hills face reserves, where you can explore the hidden gems of Burnside and get some amazing views over Adelaide.
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.
The City of Burnside currently has 34 Council owned and managed playgrounds. One of Council’s most popular playgrounds is the national award winning Burnside Adventure Park.
Find local bike and walking trails, sporting grounds, and tennis courts.
A listing of bike and walking trails and maps within the City of Burnside.
The City of Burnside offers a diverse mix of shopping and retail outlets for every taste and budget.
Magill Cemetery and Memorial and Heritage Plaques.
The City of Burnside is home to some of Australia’s finest wine, Penfolds Magill Estate & Stonyfell Estate Wines. Enjoy a relaxing day sampling fine wine while taking in the city’s breathtaking views.
The City of Burnside is committed to preserving the city’s rich history and heritage. The area has a range of significant sites you can visit where you can delve into the historical highlights that have shaped Burnside.
Chapel Street Community Garden promotes the growing of fresh, organic produce in a community setting.
A great way to enjoy fitness in our beautiful parks.
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Tusmore SA 5065
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