Bellevue Heights, South Australia
Adelaide, South Australia
|Location||11 km (7 mi) from Adelaide city centre (straight line)|
|LGA(s)||City of Mitcham|
Bellevue Heights is a suburb in the City of Mitcham local government area. It was originally the rural property of "Windsor Farm" and later "Sturtbrae" when owned by the family of W. G. Mills, and was named after Bellevue in Sydney by the developer Murray Hill.
Bellevue Heights is in the Adelaide foothills. Residents usually have great views of either the city or the Sturt Gorge from their house.
Bellevue Heights Post Office opened on 1 September 1960 and closed in 1984.
- Bellevue Heights Primary School
- Nursing Homes
- Sturt Gorge Recreation Park
- Manson Oval Sporting Facility
- Bellevue Heights Tennis Club
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