Walkerville Council

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The list below shows the suburbs in the local council area of Walkerville. Looking for professional pest control services? Please click on the suburb name where you’re located. Remember we’re just a call away.
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History of Walkerville

The Corporation of the Town of Walkerville (or Town of Walkerville) is a small local government area in the central suburbs of Adelaide, South Australia.

The residents of the Town of Walkerville are represented by a mayor and eight councillors. The area is home to the highest concentration of top earners in South Australia, and was named "South Australia's richest postcode" in 2016.

The District Council of Walkerville was first proclaimed on 5 July 1855, severing the area from the District Council of Yatala after a petition by local residents proclaimed a desire to break away from the larger District Council of Yatala (proclaimed in 1853). Initially, only the suburbs of Walkerville and Gilberton seceded from Yatala but within a few months, Medindie and North Walkerville (now part of Walkerville proper, east of Fuller Street) were annexed by Walkerville. The district boundaries remained unchanged until 1970 when Vale Park was annexed from the City of Enfield.

Early council meetings were held in a room at the local pub, the Sussex Arms. In 1893 the council seat moved across Stephen Terrace to the present location by the Walkerville Town Hall on Walkerville Terrace, Gilberton.

It was granted corporate town status on 1 October 1944, becoming the Town of Walkerville.
History info thanks to Wikipedia.

Things To See and Do in Walkerville


There's a fun, free and easy way to feel happy and healthy. It's walking - and everyone is welcome to take part. The Walkerville Walkers are a Heart Foundation Walking Group. Come along to our regular walks to meet new friends and boost your health. Meet on Mondays mornings at the car park next to the Tennis Courts on Stephen Terrace and Creswell Court.


The Self Love Club's #CONFIDENCE Program (hosted by Tiktok Star and positive role model @jennawiththepink) aims to shift the mindsets of young women through teaching them it's okay to express themselves and accept all of who they are through an educative workshop and providing a safe and supportive online community. Does your daughter struggle to be her most confident self? Does she love TikTok? This 90 minute workshop will allow girls to explore what it means to be confident in a super fun environment whilst being mentored by their favourite online personality!


The YMCA of the Inner North East Adelaide (INEA) based in Walkerville began life in 1956, as the RSL Walkerville Boys Club, located on Walkerville Terrace. The following year 1957 the growing club became a YMCA. On 2nd May 1965, the Walkerville YMCA moved to the current Smith St site and remained a branch of the Adelaide YMCA which then in November 2002, became a full member association of YMCA Australia. Today we are known as the YMCA of the Inner North East of Adelaide (INEA). The YMCAs of Australia work together from a base of Christian values to provide opportunities for all people to grow in body, mind and spirit.


The Walkerville Bowling & Community Club is a community-based club with a deserved reputation for friendliness and for the quality of our superb grass greens.The Club is participant in Pennant Bowls, and team details can be found on the events page. Walkerville Bowling & Community Club is growing in membership every year, with a thriving Night Owls program, success on the greens and a team of passionate volunteers that help the club with the day to day operations. We are quickly becoming known for our quality club room hire with a steady flow of functions booking well into 2019.


Vale House is Adelaide's earliest surviving substantial residence, Vale House is listed on the South Australian Heritage Register and The National Estate. Built in the first 5 years of white settlement in South Australia, Vale House was occupied by several noted colonists including Captain Edward Frome and William Clark. In 1853 it was purchased by Philip Levi, well known influential businessman and pastoralist. During the following 96 years of ownership by the Levi family, Vale House became a popular centre of social activity for the Adelaide gentry. In 1999, after extensive research Vale House was restored and reformed into four separate self-contained luxury Apartments, featuring a gallery of early artworks of colonial Adelaide and a more detailed history of the house.


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