Beverley, South Australia facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsBeverley
Adelaide, South Australia
East Avenue, Beverley
|Location||6.1 km (4 mi) NW of Adelaide city centre|
|LGA(s)||City of Charles Sturt|
|State electorate(s)||Croydon (2011)|
|Federal Division(s)||Port Adelaide (2011)|
The suburb is mainly bounded by Port Road, East Avenue, Ledger Road and Grange Road.
Beverley incorporates the formerly separate suburb of York, site of the skin and fertiliser works of Crompton and Sons. Other once important manufacturing businesses of the area were Pope Products Ltd. on Princess Street, Adelaide Potteries Ltd. on Toogood Avenue and a number of independent brickworks.
Beverley Post Office was open from 1 January 1881 until 1901.
The 2006 Census by the Australian Bureau of Statistics counted 1,362 persons in Beverley on census night. Of these, 51.6% were male and 48.4% were female.
The age distribution of Beverley residents is similar to that of the greater Australian population. 68.3% of residents were over 25 years in 2006, compared to the Australian average of 66.5%; and 31.7% were younger than 25 years, compared to the Australian average of 33.5%.
St Michael's College is located on East Avenue.
Facilities and attractions
Adelaide Arena, located between William Street and Toogood Avenue, is an indoor basketball stadium and function centre. Also known as Distinctive Homes Dome and, formerly, Clipsal Powerhouse, the facility was constructed in 1991, replacing the former Apollo Stadium. It is the home of the Adelaide 36ers and the Adelaide Lightning.
Beverley is serviced by Port Road, connecting the suburb to Port Adelaide and Adelaide city centre, and Grange Road, which forms part of its southern boundary. East Avenue, on Beverley's eastern boundary, links Port and Grange roads.
Beverley is serviced by public transport run by the Adelaide Metro.
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