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Trott Park, South Australia

Trott Park
AdelaideSouth Australia
Population 2,969 (2006 census)[1]
Postcode(s) 5158
LGA(s) City of Marion
State electorate(s) Mitchell
Federal Division(s) Kingston
Suburbs around Trott Park:
Marino Seaview Downs O'Halloran Hill
Sheidow Park Trott Park Happy Valley
Reynella Old Reynella Reynella East

Trott Park is a suburb in the south of Adelaide, South Australia. It has a population of 2,969 people (2006 Census).

It is surrounded in most part by open space: the O'Halloran Hill Recreation Park, and Roseworthy Park, a former CSIRO landhold. It is also bordered by Sheidow Park, Hallett Cove and O'Halloran Hill. The Onkaparinga TAFE and Southern Expressway are situated close to the suburb.

The Coast to Vines rail trail passes through the suburb.

Trott Park is in the City of Marion local government area, the South Australian House of Assembly electoral district of Mitchell and the Australian House of Representatives Division of Kingston.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Walking and Cycling Trails 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4

History

Walking and Cycling Trails

The Coast to Vines rail trail passes through the suburb. Heading south the trail finishes at Marino and heading north the trail finishes at Willunga.

See also

References

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