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Kilburn, South Australia

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Kilburn, South Australia

AdelaideSouth Australia
Grand Junction Road, Kilburn
Postcode(s) 5084
LGA(s) City of Port Adelaide Enfield
Federal Division(s) Port Adelaide

Kilburn is a suburb in the north of Adelaide, South Australia. The suburb borders Blair Athol, Gepps Cross, Wingfield, Regency Park and Prospect.[1] Kilburn shares the same postcode as Blair Athol which is 5084 and was previously known as 'Little Chicago' before its name was changed during the 20th century.


  • Education 1
  • Transport 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5


Kilburn has one primary school. St Brigids Primary School is a private school located on Le Hunte St. It caters for year levels Reception to Year 7. Also, St. Gabriel's Primary School, Enfield is also located near Kilburn. It is situated on Whittington Tce, is co-educational and also caters for Reception to Year 7.


Kilburn is only a 10- to 15-minute drive from the CBD (Central Business District). The suburb is well-serviced by public transport. The G10 and G11 buslines pass through Kilburn and Blair Athol along Prospect Road. Kilburn train station, located on Railway Terrace, has services that go to and from the city. Buses 235, 237, 238, 239 travel along Churchill Road to Kilburn and terminate at Kilburn, Valley View, Mawson Lakes UniSA and Arndale Shopping Centre respectively.

See also


  1. ^ 2003 Adelaide Street Directory, 41st Edition. UBD (A Division of Universal Press Pty Ltd). 2003.  

External links

  • City of Port Adelaide Enfield

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