North Adelaide

North Adelaide is a suburb and residential precinct of the Adelaide city in South Australia. The suburb is located north of the Torrens river and it is surrounded by Adelaide Park Lands.

Population and Postcode

The estimated population in North Adelaide as of 2011 census was just 6,678 and the post code of this region is 5006. Suburbs which are enclosed by North Adelaide are Bowden, Thebarton, Adelaide, Prospect, Medindie, Gilberton and Hackney.

Climate conditions in North Adelaide

The suburb experiences a mediterranean climate with warm and sunny weather throughout the year and predominantly the March is the warmest month. In addition to this, the suburb has more than 2500 sunshine hours. However, the place brings abundant rainfall in the winter months from October and November, and the skies are cloudier in winter than summer.

Tourist attractions and Transportation

North Adelaide has some exceptional tourist attractions such as Himeji Gardens, Botanic park, Victoria square, Convention centre, National war memorial, Harbour town, Chambers gully, Cobbler creek Recreation park, Mount barker, Rundle mall, Adelaide Park Lands, Belair National Park, Big Rocking Horse etc. In addition to this, North Adelaide offers excellent transportation facilities which include road transport, railways and metro buses.