Henley Beach, South Australia
Adelaide, South Australia
Henley Beach jetty
|Population||5,562 (2011 census)|
|• Density||2,220/km2 (5,760/sq mi)|
|Area||2.5 km2 (1.0 sq mi)|
|Location||9.7 km (6 mi) W of Adelaide city centre|
|LGA(s)||City of Charles Sturt|
|State electorate(s)||Colton (2011)|
|Federal Division(s)||Hindmarsh (2011)|
Named for English town of Henley-on-Thames, the Town of Henley Beach was promoted in the South Australian Register in 1860 as being "free from all the noxious smells which have been cause of complaint elsewhere". The Register again advertised the township in 1874:
While admitted to be one of the finest in the colony, [it] has been somewhat neglected owing to the road not being made. The District Council and private enterprise, however, have overcome this...— The Manning Index of South Australian History
Earliest neighbouring suburbs in the mid 20th century before name changes and deletions - Kirkcaldy, Grangeville & Fulham Park. Trains & Trams ventured to Henley Beach until they were disbanded in 1957.
The age distribution of Henley Beach residents is skewed slightly higher than the greater Australian population. 71.2% of residents were over 25 years in 2006, compared to the Australian average of 66.5%; and 28.8% were younger than 25 years, compared to the Australian average of 33.5%.
Henley Beach is part of Henley Ward in the City of Charles Sturt local government area, being represented in that council by Jim Fitzpatrick and Robert Randall. It was part of the Henley & Grange Council from 1915 until the merger with the City of Hindmarsh Woodville to create the City of Charles Sturt on 1 January 1997.
State and federal
Henley Beach lies in the state electoral district of Colton and the federal electoral division of Hindmarsh. The suburb is represented in the South Australian House of Assembly by Paul Caica and federally by Matt Williams.
There are several schools in the suburb, including Fulham Gardens Primary School (Mitton Avenue), Fulham North Primary School (Cheadle Street), Henley High School (Cudmore Terrace), St Michael's College, Henley Beach Primary School and Star of the Sea School a
Facilities and attractions
Shopping and dining
There are several shops, hotels and restaurants in the streets adjoining Henley Square
Henley Square is located behind Henley Jetty on the Esplanade. Other significant greenspace in the suburb is the Henley Grange Memorial Oval and John Mitchell Oval. Henley Beach extends the length of the suburb.
Bus services within the suburb include:
- Buses to city from Seaview Rd: H30/X30 and from stop 30 Military Rd (Foodland): 286, 287 & H33.
- H22/H32 to Henley Beach South.
- To Glenelg is the suburban connector route 300 service from Seaview Road & Harbourtown shopping precinct.
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