Located between the CBD and the beach, Kurralta Park is in a convenient location to enjoy the best of Adelaide’s lifestyle. The area is serviced well by public transport along Anzac Highway, or is just a short bike to the city.
Properties tend to get snapped up in Kurralta Park, as one of the fastest selling suburbs with low ‘average days on market’ figures.
The City of West Torrens adopts the following key principles to promote a vibrant, active and safe community: Environmental Sustainability, Comfort, Aesthetics & Amenity, Durability & Robustness, Management & Maintenance, Identity & Sense of Place, Functional & Adaptable, Health, Wellbeing & Safety, and Connectivity & Integration.
Information current as of: June 2020
Data sourced from realestate.com.au, Google Maps & Australian Bureau of Statistics, based on 2016 census data
Image from: Kurralta Central
Part of the City of West Torrens.
Median age 31
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What the Locals Love
Great school zoning
Plympton International College
Between the City and the Sea
Along both Anzac Highway and South Roads, the buses go frequently, to take you just a short trip into the city.
Or, head the other way, to enjoy the stunning beaches of Adelaide – just a short trip away.
The Kurralta Central site now houses solar panels as part of an ongoing strategy to develop ‘intelligent energy destinations’ – leading the way for retail centres.
The City of West Torrens has a Design Manual in place to ensure future developments and public spaces focus on improving the character of the area. Not just within the built environment, but considering the natural environment, prosperity, financial stability and community of the city.
Kurralta Central is home to Coles and Kmart, and a range of food outlets and other specialty stores.