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Salisbury, Playford and Tea Tree Gully are three local government areas in the northern suburbs of Adelaide.

Get in[edit]

By car[edit]

From the city, take the M2 North-South Motorway and then take one of the exits before A1 Port Wakefield Highway, while if you're coming from Port Adelaide, head east on the A9 Port River Expressway and similarly, take one of the exits before A1 Port Wakefield Highway.

By train[edit]

The Gawler Line, goes to Gawler Central from the north of the city, passing through Ovingham, Mawson Lakes, Salisbury and Elizabeth.


  • 1 Classic Jets Fighter Museum, Parafield Airport, 107 Anderson Dr, Parafield (in Parafield Airport), +61 8 8258 2277. 10AM–3PM (closed Tuesdays). An aviation museum featuring many fighter jets and aircraft equipment. Parafield Airport#Classic Jets Fighter Museum on Wikipedia
  • 2 Salisbury Waterwheel Museum, Commercial Road, Salisbury, +61 408 086 545. Just a museum that features a restored waterwheel.
  • 3 Tea Tree Gully Heritage Museum, 3 Perseverance Rd, Tea Tree Gully, +61 4 3108 0062. Su 11AM–4PM. Just a local heritage museum with many historic relics donated from locals. Tea Tree Gully Heritage Museum (Q107548188) on Wikidata Tea Tree Gully Heritage Museum on Wikipedia
  • 4 Cobbler Creek Recreation Park. A park which provides an open space barrier and has dams to mitigate flooding. It is a significant site for both public recreation and native flora and fauna conservation as it's one of the only parks in the northern suburbs of Adelaide. Cobbler Creek Recreation Park (Q5138806) on Wikidata Cobbler Creek Recreation Park on Wikipedia
  • 5 Angove Conservation Park, Tea Tree Gully, +61 8 8336 0901, . Not a conservation park that many travellers go to, but was rather proclaimed to prevent land development. Today, there are some trails, but these are quite short. However, you may be lucky enough to spot a kangaroo though! Angove Conservation Park (Q19870716) on Wikidata Angove Conservation Park on Wikipedia
  • 6 National Military Vehicle Museum. National Military Vehicle Museum (Q17435190) on Wikidata National Military Vehicle Museum on Wikipedia


  • 1 Adelaide Motorsport Park. Speedway City (Q7575660) on Wikidata Adelaide Motorsport Park on Wikipedia


  • 1 Tea Tree Plaza (TTP for short). A medium-sized shopping centre with over 250 shops. Tea Tree Plaza is the terminus of the Adelaide O'Bahn dedicated busway which begins in the city centre at Hackney Rd. It is easy to get there from the city centre; most of the buses that stop on the Grenfell St stops travel to the TTP interchange via the O'Bahn busway. It's easy to see from a distance as it has the large antenna and supporting pyramid type structure, well-known to the locals, on the roof of the Myer department store. Ample parking is available around, on top of, and underneath the complex. The much smaller Tea Tree Plus shopping centre is right next to Tea Tree Plaza.





This district travel guide to Salisbury, Playford and Tea Tree Gully is a usable article. It has information for getting in as well as some complete entries for restaurants and hotels. An adventurous person could use this article, but please feel free to improve it by editing the page.