MEDINDIE

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Known for its large, historic mansions and jaw-dropping homes, Medindie exudes a sense of wealth and glamour that makes Adelaideans sit up and take notice. Predominantly a residential suburb, this illustrious locale is within easy reach of North Adelaide and the city, meaning you never have to venture too far for work or play.

Lifestyle

Located just minutes from the city, this upper-class suburb is a sanctuary for Adelaide’s elite. Clean, green and quiet, Medindie feels a world away from the bustling central business district yet has everything within easy reach.

Small but exclusive, the neighbourhood is surrounded by first-class amenities including the Adelaide Park Lands, the River Torrens Linear Trail and a number of elite private schools such as Wilderness, St Peter’s College and St. Andrew’s School in Walkerville. Medindie is also close to the vibrant shopping and dining precincts of O’Connell Street, Prospect Road and Walkerville Terrace, providing plenty of choice when it comes to a weekday coffee fix or Sunday brunch.


Most Medindie homes are of historical significance, adding depth and character to the area. When they are not out wining and dining, locals stretch their legs by strolling leafy green streets and viewing some of Adelaide’s most renowned residences amongst the fountains and hedges. Grand Victorian and Federation manors make for breathtaking viewing, while rare delights such as the original Edna Walling-designed garden on Briar Avenue please horticultural and architectural enthusiasts alike.


A tennis court and pool are common accessories to Medindie properties, and if competitive swimming is your thing, the Adelaide Aquatic Centre is located just across from Medindie on Robe Terrace. The North Adelaide Golf Club is also within walking distance and a short drive around the Park Lands and down Grange Road will have you at the prestigious Royal Adelaide Golf Club in less than 15 minutes.

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Lifestyle

Located just minutes from the city, this upper-class suburb is a sanctuary for Adelaide’s elite. Clean, green and quiet, Medindie feels a world away from the bustling central business district yet has everything within easy reach.

Small but exclusive, the neighbourhood is surrounded by first-class amenities including the Adelaide Park Lands, the River Torrens Linear Trail and a number of elite private schools such as Wilderness, St Peter’s College and St. Andrew’s School in Walkerville. Medindie is also close to the vibrant shopping and dining precincts of O’Connell Street, Prospect Road and Walkerville Terrace, providing plenty of choice when it comes to a weekday coffee fix or Sunday brunch.


Most Medindie homes are of historical significance, adding depth and character to the area. When they are not out wining and dining, locals stretch their legs by strolling leafy green streets and viewing some of Adelaide’s most renowned residences amongst the fountains and hedges. Grand Victorian and Federation manors make for breathtaking viewing, while rare delights such as the original Edna Walling-designed garden on Briar Avenue please horticultural and architectural enthusiasts alike.


A tennis court and pool are common accessories to Medindie properties, and if competitive swimming is your thing, the Adelaide Aquatic Centre is located just across from Medindie on Robe Terrace. The North Adelaide Golf Club is also within walking distance and a short drive around the Park Lands and down Grange Road will have you at the prestigious Royal Adelaide Golf Club in less than 15 minutes.

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Neighbours

Medindie’s hushed grounds and large mansions may seem uninhabited at times, but people certainly live here. Wealthy business people, executive couples and families with kids favour Medindie for its quiet streets and closeness to the city and prestigious girls’ school.

Older couples and the elderly are also well represented, enjoying a distinguished retirement, while some landowners live internationally, holding on to a piece of Medindie as their Adelaide base.

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Neighbours

Medindie’s hushed grounds and large mansions may seem uninhabited at times, but people certainly live here. Wealthy business people, executive couples and families with kids favour Medindie for its quiet streets and closeness to the city and prestigious girls’ school.

Older couples and the elderly are also well represented, enjoying a distinguished retirement, while some landowners live internationally, holding on to a piece of Medindie as their Adelaide base.

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Area Features

CITY CONVENIENCE

Medindie is just a five-minute drive from the heart of the city which – convenient for weekday routines and weekend fun. The cosmopolitan retail and shopping strips in North Adelaide, Walkerville, Prospect and Norwood are nearby, as is Adelaide Oval and the Adelaide Entertainment Centre.    

PROXIMITY TO PARKLANDS

Directly opposite Robe Terrace, Medindie’s southern boundary, lies the North Adelaide parklands known as Nantu Wama. Home to horses and quintessentially Australian flora, this favourite local walking haunt provides a small country escape in the city or a convenient spot to let the family pony graze.

PRESTIGIOUS SCHOOLS

The esteemed Wilderness School on Hawkers Road is a private day and boarding school for girls. Close by are other reputable schools, including St Andrew’s Primary, St Peter’s College and Prince Alfred College, making Medindie a great base for families.   

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