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Thebarton Overview

Thebarton dates back to 1838 and was the first land surveyed outside of Adelaide. The suburbs name originates from Theberton Hall, Suffolk England. The city fringe suburb of Thebarton is only a stones throw from the Adelaide CBD and is adjacent to well known Boynton Park.

Thebarton is approximately 1.188 square kilometres and is bound by South Rd, the River Torrens, Port Rd and Kintore St. As of the last Census, 2011, the combined population of the area was approximately 1,322 which also had a medium average household income of $905 per week.

Thebarton comprises of:

  • 51.2% Males and 48.8% Females
  • Average age of 45
  • 58.8% were employed full time
  • 30.4% of the Thebarton population had a job classification as a professional

Iconic places found within Thebarton include:

River Torrens Linear Park (bike and walking trail), Ice Arena, Stepney Salvage, Dove St Reserve and The Wheatsheaf Hotel (Crn George St and Parker St)

Fast Facts/Information:

– Convenient to both the CBD

– Located in the City of West Torrens council

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