Running through the heart of the suburb of Norwood is The Parade: not just a main thoroughfare, but an eating and shopping hub. So within the suburb, you’re never too far from a good coffee. The area’s Italian heritage is evident in the many authentic pizza and pasta options, and strong cafe culture.
Dividing the suburb east and west is Osmond Terrace – with its wide grassy median strip, war memorial and street art, and lined with n interesting mix of homes and businesses.
Arguably one of Adelaide’s best eastern fringe suburbs, it is an affluent area with stunning character homes.
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: City of Norwood, Payneham and St Peters
Part of the City of Norwood, Payneham & St Peters.
Median age 39
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What the Locals Love
Great school zoning
Norwood Primary School
Norwood Morialta High School
Breakfast options galore – you could eat somewhere different every weekend. The Parade is lined with cafes, restaurants, pubs, bars… you won’t go hungry or thirsty.
In the mix are the staple shopping locations and boutique outlets also.
While still close to the CBD, Norwood is nestled in close the foothills and is just a short and very scenic drive to explore surrounding areas.
Throughout Norwood you’ll find beautiful old stone homes, lovingly restored and brought into the modern age.
There are many exclusive homes, that have retained the traditional character at the front, and been renovated with modern extensions at the rear.
Home of the mighty Redlegs, the Norwood Oval, or Cooper’s Stadium, is the place to check out the local AFL sporting talent. It is home to the SANFL team and also the Women’s Adelaide Crows team (AFLW).