Redwood Park, South Australia

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Redwood park
AdelaideSouth Australia
Redwood park is located in South Australia
Redwood park
Redwood park
Coordinates 34°49′S 138°43′E / 34.81°S 138.71°E / -34.81; 138.71Coordinates: 34°49′S 138°43′E / 34.81°S 138.71°E / -34.81; 138.71
Established 1959
Postcode(s) 5097
Location 3 km (2 mi) N of Tea Tree Gully
LGA(s) City of Tea Tree Gully
State electorate(s) Newland
Federal Division(s) Makin
Suburbs around Redwood park:
Wynn Vale Surrey Downs Fairview Park
Modbury Heights Redwood park Banksia park
Modbury North Ridgehaven Tea Tree Gully

Redwood Park is a suburb in the northeastern suburbs of Adelaide, South Australia.[1]

Aerial view of northern Redwood Park facing northwest: Golden Grove Road is seen travelling horizontally at the top of the image. Grenfell Road forms a T junction with that road near the centre and travels to the right edge of the image. Redwood Park is south of these two roads. North of Grenfell Road is Surrey Downs, at the top-right of the image.
Aerial view of southwestern Redwood Park facing northwest and showing Golden Grove Road bounding the western edge of the suburb

History[edit]

Redwood Park was established in 1959 based on an earlier private subdivision of section 1591 of the Hundred of Yatala by agreement between the District Council of Tea Tree Gully, the Postmaster General and the Nomenclature Committee at the time.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Property Location Browser: Search for 'Redwood Park, SUB' (ID SA0058272)". Government of South Australia. Retrieved 2 March 2016. Originally a private subdivision of Section 1591. Boundaries established in 1959 by agreement between DC Tea Tree Gully, Postmaster General and the Nomenclature Committee. Proposal by Postmaster General in 1962 to alter the boundaries not proceeded with. Portion excluded and added to Ridgehaven.