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Adelaide Hills Council, SA

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Adelaide Hills Council is an administrative unit of the South Australian government. It’s the governing body for a generally rural area, stretching from Mount Bold Reservoir in the north to just south of Adelaide.

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Adelaide Hills has a concentration of jobs with the most common occupations being professional 28.7%, manager 16.1%, technician and trades worker 12.9%, clerical and administrative worker 12.2% and service workers 10%.

In 15-year-olds and over in South Australia’s Adelaide Hills, the median weekly personal income is $741. Of the 5,846 occupied private dwellings in Adelaide Hills, 95.9% of them are separate houses, 2.2% are semi-detached townhouses, 0.9% are flats or apartments and 0.3% are other types.

The Adelaide Hills property market has been growing steadily as more people are drawn to its natural beauty and some of the best wine-making regions in the world. Explore the data on this page to understand whether this market provides good ROI opportunities for property investors.

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Property Market Snapshot

This page provides an overview of the LGA real estate market. The data in this snapshot illustrates typical price, median rent and gross yield metrics for this council area. You are able to drill down to suburb-level data and charts which visualise these 3 key metrics as well as other important indicators in the dashboard section that follows.

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How was this calculated? Typical Price is a continuous metric calculated via a process called data fitting. Median Rent is weekly advertised rent based on rentals over the preceding 12 months. Gross Yield is Median Rent x 52 x 100 / Typical Price. To discover additional information, click the “i” icon in the top left corner of each graph or visit the Data Dictionary page.

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Property Market in Adelaide Hills Council, SA

What other property markets are there near Adelaide Hills Council, SA?

Adelaide Hills Council is surrounded by 6 other council areas – Onkaparinga, Mitcham, Playford, Mid Murray, Burnside, Mount Barker.

How many people live in Adelaide Hills Council, SA?

There are approximately 39000 people living in roughly 15500 dwellings in total, with an average household size of 2.7.

What are current and planned infrastructure projects in Adelaide Hills Council, SA?

Among the main projects, there are Draft Asset Management Plan – Bridges, Crafers Pocket Park, Upgrades for Carripook Park, Bridgewater.
You can find more information on the Southern Australia Government website.

What major retailers are there in Adelaide Hills Council, SA?

There are main retailers such as Oak Plaza, Wattle Park Shopping Centre, Aldgate Village Shopping Centre, Adelaide Central Plaza Shopping Centre, Rundle Mall.

What is the main industry in Adelaide Hills Council, SA?

Such sectors as Health Care and Social Assistance, Education and Training, retail Trade, Construction, Manufacturing take the largest part of the employment.

What are the dominant demographic groups in Adelaide Hills Council, SA?

Among approximately 39000 people in Adelaide Hills Council males and females make roughly 50% of each group. The median age of people is 44 years. Children aged 0-14 years account for approximately 19% of the population, and those aged 65+ years account for 18%.

How is unemployment rate trending in Adelaide Hills Council, SA?

Among approximately 20500 people employed, roughly 55% work full-time, 37% work part-time, and an estimated 5% are unemployed.

Suburbs/localities in this Local Government Area: Adelaide 5000, Keswick Terminal 5035, North Oakbank 5243, Paracombe 5132, Piccadilly 5151, Rostrevor 5073, Scott Creek 5153, Stirling 5152, Summertown 5141, Teringie 5072, Upper Hermitage 5131, Upper Sturt 5156, Uraidla 5142, Verdun 5245, Bridgewater 5155, Woodforde 5072, Woodside 5244, Kenton Valley 5233, Carey Gully 5144, Castambul 5076, Chain Of Ponds 5231, Charleston 5244, Cherryville 5134, Cleland 5152, Crafers 5152, Crafers West 5152, Cromer 5235, Cudlee Creek 5232, Dorset Vale 5157, Ashton 5137, Forest Range 5139, Forreston 5233, Greenhill 5140, Gumeracha 5233, Hay Valley 5252, Heathfield 5153, Horsnell Gully 5141, Houghton 5131, Inglewood 5133, Ironbank 5153, Balhannah 5242, Kersbrook 5231, Lenswood 5240, Lobethal 5241, Longwood 5153, Basket Range 5138, Lower Hermitage 5131, Marble Hill 5137, Aldgate 5154, Millbrook 5231, Montacute 5134, Mount George 5155, Mylor 5153, Norton Summit 5136

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