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Malvern, South Australia

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Malvern, South Australia

Malvern
AdelaideSouth Australia
Population 2,718 (2006 Census)[1]
Postcode(s) 5061
LGA(s) City of Unley
Suburbs around Malvern:
Hyde Park Unley Parkside
Unley Park Malvern Highgate
Hawthorn Kingswood Urrbrae

Malvern is an inner-southern suburb of Adelaide in the City of Unley. It borders adjacent suburbs of Unley and Parkside to the north, Highgate to the east, Kingswood to the south and Unley Park to the west. Many Malvern streets are populated with jacaranda trees, a non-native evergreen tree species, giving a shady aspect to the area in conjunction with the predominant architectural style of single-storey colonial iron wrought residential buildings and Australian villas.

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  1. ^ population:
    2,718 (2006 Census)
    2,668 (2001 Census)

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