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Plympton Park is a western suburb of Adelaide 8 km from the CBD, in the state of South Australia and falls under the City of Marion. The post code for Plympton Park is 5038. It is adjacent to Park Holme, Plympton, South Plympton, and Morphettville. It is bordered to the east by Marion Road, to the west by Park Terrace, to the south by Taranna Avenue and to the north by the Glenelg tram line.
The suburb is residential, with many of the houses being Housing SA properties.
The oldest parts of modern Plympton Park can trace their heritage back to the original subdivision of the area in the 1880s, when the Ryan family's farm was first subdivided. This area, bounded by Marion Road, the Glenelg tram line and South Terrace, contains the oldest houses in the area, including one in Arthur Street that dates back to the 1880s, and one adjacent the tram line that can be dated back to the 1890s.
Further subdivision in the 1950s saw the establishment of properties in the southern portion of Plympton Park. This area was originally known as Brayville North. Plympton Park Post Office opened on 1 May 1956.
Today, the South Australian Government (through Housing SA) continues to own many properties in the suburb. A few of the vacant lots that have sat abandoned until recently have been sub-divided and low income housing has been built by Housing SA and a consortium of local developers.History info courtesy of Wikipedia