Adelaide Hills

Adelaide Hills is in . It is an easy 30-minute drive from CBD. The highest point is Mount Lofty, 712 metres above sea level. Adelaide Hills has about 60,400 residents and an elevation of 426 metres.
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in the Adelaide Hills region and is Australia's oldest surviving German settlement. Photo: Yeti Hunter, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is a town in the Adelaide Hills region of most known for the Big Rocking Horse, one of the Big things in Australia. Photo: Blnguyen, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Notable Places in the Area

Nature reserve
is a protected area in the Australian state of Photo: Foraminifera, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Nature reserve
, formerly Ferguson National Pleasure Resort and Ferguson Recreation…

The is the residence of architect Robert Dickson and his partner Lilian, located at Wandilla Drive in .

Localities in the Area

The is a local government area in the north eastern suburbs of , about 6 kilometres from the GPO. Photo: Orderinchaos, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is a suburb of straddling the City of Burnside and City of Campbelltown council jurisdictions, approximately 7 km from the Adelaide CBD. Photo: Beneaththelandslide, CC BY-SA 2.5.

is a suburb of within the City of Campbelltown and the .

Adelaide Hills

-34.9112° or 34° 54' 40.3" south
138.7074° or 138° 42' 26.5" east
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426 metres (1,398 feet)
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Also Known As

  • Chinese: 阿得雷德山
  • Chinese: 阿德莱德山
  • Chinese: 阿德萊德山
  • Chinese: 阿德萊德山區
  • Dutch: Adelaide Hills
  • French: Adelaide Hills
  • German: Adelaide Hills
  • Japanese: アデレードヒルズ市
  • Japanese: アデレード・ヒルズ
  • Malagasy: Adelaide Hills
  • Persian: آدلاید هیلز
  • Persian: ادلاید هیلز
  • Russian: Аделаидские холмы

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