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St. Marys, South Australia

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St. Marys, South Australia

St Marys
AdelaideSouth Australia
Looking east along Daws Road. St Marys is to the right (south)
Population 2,519 (2006 census)[1]
Postcode(s) 5042
LGA(s) City of Mitcham
Federal Division(s) Boothby
Suburbs around St Marys:
Edwardstown Melrose Park Daw Park
Clovelly Park St Marys Pasadena
Bedford Park Bellevue Heights Eden Hills

St Marys is a suburb of Adelaide, South Australia, located to the south of the Central Business District. It is bordered by Daws Road (north), South Road (west), Cashel Street (east) and Mill Terrace (south).[2] The suburb is located within the City of Mitcham local government authority. St Marys Park is one of the largest reserves within the suburb and was originally the training ground of the South Adelaide Football Club.


South Road Post Office opened on 16 May 1927, was renamed St Marys in 1964, St Marys South in 1967 and closed in 1976. A Clovelly Park office opened in 1950, was renamed St Marys in 1967 and closed in 1991.[3]


Coordinates: 35°00′22″S 138°34′37″E / 35.006°S 138.577°E / -35.006; 138.577

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