Modbury North, South Australia

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Modbury North
AdelaideSouth Australia
Modbury North South Australia.JPG
Population5,569 (Modbury North 2006 census)[citation needed]
LGA(s)City of Tea Tree Gully
Suburbs around Modbury North:
Para Hills Modbury Heights Redwood Park
Para Vista Modbury North Ridgehaven
Para Vista Modbury Modbury

Modbury North is a suburb 14 km northeast of Adelaide, capital city of South Australia.

Modbury North is a suburb in the City of Tea Tree Gully Council area.

The suburb is bounded by Milne Road in the north, Golden Grove Road in the east and Montague Road in the south. The suburb's western boundary runs parallel with, but midway between, Kelly Road and Nelson Road.

Dry Creek runs along the eastern boundary of Modbury North and in flows to the creek are stored in the Kingfisher Wetlands Project, a water catchment area that has provided a habitat for birds, insects and lizards. It is a popular recreational space for walking, cycling, and exercising pets.

Montague Road
Aerial image of Modbury North, looking north. Montague Road is the east-west road at the bottom, and Milne Road at the top. From left to right, the two vertical north-south roads are McIntyre and Ladywood Roads. The part above Montague Road is Modbury North.


Modbury Primary School is located at 2-18 Golden Grove Road, Modbury North.


Coordinates: 34°49′44″S 138°40′19″E / 34.829°S 138.672°E / -34.829; 138.672