Northgate, South Australia facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsNorthgate
Adelaide, South Australia
|Population||3,578 (2011 census)|
|Location||8 km (5 mi) from Adelaide|
|LGA(s)||City of Port Adelaide Enfield|
|Footnotes||Coordinates, adjacent suburbs, electorates|
Northgate is a suburb north-east of Adelaide, South Australia. A petition was made in 1998 in a joint venture between the State Government and AVJennings to develop the area and annex it from the existing suburb of Northfield. It was formally created in June 2000. It is approximately a 10-minute drive from the Adelaide City Council area and is currently undergoing the second stage of development on land previously owned by the South Australian Department of Agriculture.
The suburb itself is bounded by Grand Junction Road to the north, Fosters Road to the East, Folland Avenue to the South and Dumfries Avenue and Westbrook Avenue to the west. Until March 2016, Northgate also included a significant portion of what is now Lightsview.
Places of interest
- Cedar College
Main roads within Northgate which are major public transport routes are:
- Grand Junction Road: Routes 237 and 361
- Fosters Road: Routes 204, 208 and 528
Main North Road and Hampstead Road are major arterial roads, in very close proximity to Northgate, with both having bus services supplying those roads.
The O-Bahn Busway is also close to Northgate, with Adelaide Metro providing a bus service that links the Adelaide city centre, the O-Bahn and Northgate.
Northgate, South Australia Facts for Kids. Kiddle Encyclopedia.