MacDonald Park, South Australia

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MacDonald Park
AdelaideSouth Australia
MacDonald Park is located in City of Playford
MacDonald Park
MacDonald Park
Coordinates34°40′08″S 138°38′42″E / 34.669°S 138.645°E / -34.669; 138.645Coordinates: 34°40′08″S 138°38′42″E / 34.669°S 138.645°E / -34.669; 138.645
LGA(s)City of Playford
State electorate(s)Taylor
Federal Division(s)Spence
Suburbs around MacDonald Park:
Angle Vale Munno Para West
Penfield Gardens MacDonald Park Andrews Farm
Penfield Eyre

MacDonald Park is a northern suburb of Adelaide, South Australia in the City of Playford. It is north and west of a bend in the Max Fatchen Expressway, bounded by Curtis Road and Heaslip Road on the north and west sides.

The suburb boundaries were adjusted on 2 June 2011 when the Max Fatchen Expressway was built so that suburbs did not span the expressway. The area south of Petherton Road changed from Penfield to Macdonald Park, and the area between the Expressway and Andrews Road changed from Macdonald Park to Andrews Farm.[1] Some of the current suburb and part of the land transferred to Andrews Farm was formerly the Smithfield Munitions Store, which had been closed before the expressway was built across it. The Curtis Road interchange is also built on former munitions store land.


  1. ^ "Placename Details: MacDonald Park". Property Location Browser. Land Services, Government of South Australia. 15 September 2011. SA0041817. Archived from the original on 12 October 2016. Retrieved 28 September 2015. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)