NORTH ADELAIDE At A Glance
Perched on high ground, with grand historic homes and picturesque views over downtown Adelaide, North Adelaide combines aesthetics with practicality. Surrounded by acres of lush paddocks and separated from the city by the meandering River Torrens, this prestigious neighbourhood provides the ultimate cosmopolitan lifestyle with a country twist.
Being so close to the city, having access to the Adelaide Park Lands and a huge choice of dining and entertainment options at your fingertips.
It's an easy stroll from North Adelaide into the CBD for a footy match at Adelaide Oval or an afternoon tipple at the riverside entertainment precinct
North Adelaide contains some of the oldest pubs, schools and churches in the state.
Home to world-class sporting facilities, trendy eateries and some of Adelaide’s most popular restaurants and bars, North Adelaide locals don’t have to go far to be entertained. O’Connell Street has an eclectic mix of alfresco cafés, bars and hotels – it’s a hotspot for live music. Pubs host evening revellers who spill out onto the street, while baristas are kept busy by weekday workers and ladies who brunch.
Dining out is the norm with a variety of cuisines on offer while shopping is made easy with North Adelaide Village and the surrounding designer boutiques and specialty shops. Melbourne Street offers another strip of cafés, services and a handful of fashion shops, all within walking distance of the Women’s and Children’s Hospital and the Adelaide Zoo.
The iconic Adelaide Oval, home to passionate AFL and cricket fans, looms large beside the River Torrens, and sits in stark contrast to the nearby ornate churches and cathedrals that make Adelaide famous.
Locals of all ages spend their down-time going for leisurely walks through the Park Lands, running around the River Torrens or swimming laps at the Adelaide Aquatic Centre. Golfers are spoilt with three versatile courses at the North Adelaide Golf Course, while dogs and their owners can be found playing at the popular North Adelaide Dog Park.
North Adelaide has long been regarded as an upper-class neighbourhood where wealthy families live alongside celebrities in lavish manors. However, this stereotype is being increasingly challenged. A new generation of young professionals and students are moving in. While high prices put North Adelaide homes out of reach for many young families, the area continues to be popular with retirees, executive couples and established families.
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WINE AND DINE
With lots of pubs and trendy restaurants on their doorstep, North Adelaideans love to wine and dine. Historic pubs that have been revamped sit alongside modern burger bars and contemporary restaurants, providing plenty of choice in style and cuisine.
ACCESS TO THE CITY AND PARK LAND
Walk or bike to and from the city, or if you prefer, take the free City Connector Bus. Locals embrace the surrounding Park Lands. The horse paddocks are a favourite with early morning walkers and the Uni Loop provides a convenient challenge for serious runners as well as casual joggers.
There’s no need to be a sporting fan to love Adelaide Oval. Whether it’s AFL, cricket or a rock concert, the atmosphere is electric. Best of all, locals get to sidestep the traffic and simply walk to their stadium seats, enjoying the hospitality of their local pub along the way.
The architecture of North Adelaide is aesthetically inspiring. Wide, leafy streets are filled with free-standing Victorian mansions, contemporary townhouses, modern apartment complexes and heritage-listed cottages.