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Mile End Overview

Mile End dates back to 1880, is located within the Hundred of Adelaide and was laid out by the South Australian Company. The suburbs name ‘Mile End’ originates from its location to Adelaide being a mile.

Mile End is approximately 181 hectares and is bound by Kintore St, South Rd (part of), Henley Beach Rd, Rankine Rd, Hounslow Ave (part of), Bagot Ave (part of), Darebin St, Sir Donald Bradman Dr and Sir James Congdon Rd (including part of the adjacent land).  As of the last Census, 2011, the combined population of the area was approximately 4219 which also had a medium average household income of $1132 per week.

Mile End comprises of:

  • 48.5% Males and 51.5% Females
  • Average age of 34
  • 57.1% were employed full time
  • 29.8% of the Mile End population had a job classification as a professional

Iconic places found within Mile End include:

Santos Stadium, Falcon Ave Reserve, Westside Bikeway, Henley Beach Rd Cafe’ Strip and St George College (Crn Henley Beach, South Rd & Rose St)

Fast Facts/Information:

– Convenient to both the CBD and Airport

– Located in the City of West Torrens council

If you would like further information on Mile End feel free to contact one of our friendly team members at Ray White West Torrens on 08 7070 0595.