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Dernancourt, South Australia

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Dernancourt, South Australia

Dernancourt is a north-eastern suburb of Adelaide, located in both Tea Tree Gully and Port Adelaide/Enfield Council areas. It is approximately 10 kilometres from the CBD.


Education is provided by Dernancourt Primary School and Dernancourt Junior Primary School, located on Parsons Road.[1]


Coordinates: 34°51′40″S 138°40′59″E / 34.861°S 138.683°E / -34.861; 138.683

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