Davenport, South Australia

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Port AugustaSouth Australia
Davenport is located in South Australia
Coordinates 32°28′20″S 137°47′20″E / 32.47222°S 137.78889°E / -32.47222; 137.78889Coordinates: 32°28′20″S 137°47′20″E / 32.47222°S 137.78889°E / -32.47222; 137.78889
Established 8 July 2014 (2014-07-08)
Postcode(s) 5700
LGA(s) City of Port Augusta
State electorate(s) Stuart
Federal Division(s) Grey
Suburbs around Davenport:
Wami Kata
Port Augusta

Davenport is a northeastern suburb of Port Augusta in South Australia.

The modern suburb was created in 2014 by cutting out parts of the existing areas of Wami Kata and Port Augusta.[1] However, the Corporate Town of Davenport had previously existed as a local government body from 1887 to 1932.

Davenport includes the former Umeewarra Aboriginal Mission and the Wami Kata Old Folks Home.

The suburb lies within the cadastral hundred of Davenport.

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  1. ^ Michael Burdett, Surveyor General of South Australia (8 July 2014). "Notice to Alter the Boundaries of Places and to Assign a Name to a Place" (PDF). Retrieved 6 May 2016.
    Proposal to create the rural locality of Davenport (PDF) (Map). 2014. Retrieved 6 May 2016.