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Glenunga is an inner southeastern suburb of Adelaide, the capital of South Australia. It is located in the City of Burnside, five kilometres southeast of the Adelaide city centre. The name Glenunga is a composite of Aboriginal and Scottish words, "unga" meaning near and "glen" from the nearby Glen Osmond Bounded on the north by Windsor Road, the east by Portrush Road, the south-west by Glen Osmond Road and the west by Conyngham Street, the leafy suburb forms a rough triangular layout.
Glenunga, along with its neighbouring suburb of Glenside, were once known as 'Knoxville'. The first European settlers of the area (in the 1840s) took up farming, and wheat grown in the area was awarded first prize in the Royal Adelaide Show. The area now occupied by Glenunga International High School and Webb Oval were previously home to slaughterhouses established in the 19th century. At one point, the slaughterhouses were exporting overseas and at the same time providing half of Adelaide's lamb requirements.
A number of coach companies, notably those of William Rounsevell, Cobb & Co and John Hill, were set up in the 1870s and 1880s. Up to 1,000 horses grazed the land. At this time most of the streets were beginning to be named, and most were named by the inhabitants after their original homes in England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales and the United States. However, one street was named after an Aboriginal word - "Allinga", meaning sun.
In the early 20th century, a number of businesses were located in Glenunga. The South Australian icon, the Hills Hoist, was invented by the Hill family in Glenunga. Other notable businesses were the Symons & Symons glass merchants on Windsor Road, and one involved in "Bland Radios".
A church was established in 1926, and a larger church was built in 1956 and dedicated to St Stephen. The suburb's transition from a largely rural area to a residential suburb began after World War II, with migration to the area from the United Kingdom and other countries. St. Stephen's Church was demolished in 1999, with the church community moving to the growing St. Saviour's Church in Glen Osmond. A plaque was left as a reminder of where it had once stood.History info courtesy of Wikipedia