Synonyms for craigburn_farm or Related words with craigburn_farm

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Examples of "craigburn_farm"
Craigburn Farm is a suburb of Adelaide, South Australia near the Sturt Gorge Recreation Park, maintaining many parks and reserves throughout the suburb. The suburb commenced when a portion of Minda Home’s Craigburn Farm was subdivided in the late 1990s.
Craigburn Farm is in the City of Mitcham, represented by the mayor Ivan Brooks.
The suburbs of Blackwood, Glenalta and Craigburn Farm had a combined population of 6,379 in 2,596 households in 2001.
Craigburn Farm is covered by one Federal Electoral Division, the federal Division of Boothby, whose representative is Nicolle Flint for the Liberal Party of Australia.
Craigburn Farm is covered by one State Electoral District, the state electoral district of Davenport, whose current member is Sam Duluk also for the Liberal Party.
The river begins in Upper Sturt, continuing through the semi-rural suburbs of Ironbank and Coromandel East. Due to steep terrain and dense vegetation, the river is largely inaccessible in this section. It then flows through the residential suburbs of Coromandel Valley and Craigburn Farm, before reaching the Sturt Gorge Recreation Park, which extends along the suburbs of Craigburn Farm, Flagstaff Hill and Bellevue Heights. It leaves the gorge and continues along the Adelaide Plains at South Road, through urban and residential settings. It forms the northern boundary to the City of Onkaparinga with the City of Mitcham.
In 1980, 55 hectares of Craigburn Farm was donated for inclusion in Sturt Gorge Recreation Park as part of an agreement to allow subdivision of land south of the Sturt River in Flagstaff Hill. The major part of the balance of the farm at Blackwood was sold in the 1990s and forms the major part of Craigburn Farm, a major housing development. In 2007 the state government announced that the farm's dam would be included in an enlarged Sturt Gorge Recreation Park, building on the original donation and saving the dam from demolition.
From 1985 the suburb was extended when a portion of Minda Home’s Craigburn Farm was subdivided by Essington Ltd. This division was spoken of as ‘landmark residential development’, due to the retention of large trees and waterways and subdivisions that fitted with the shape and orientation of the land.
A larger property was bought at Brighton in 1909, and with further government support a new and larger home was erected. This was incorporated as Minda Home in September 1911. Further buildings and additions were built over the next two decades, and by 1934 Minda operated a farm and dormitory at Blackwood (now Craigburn Farm).
The river is lined with many buildings of historic and cultural value, especially in the Coromandel Valley and Craigburn Farm areas, which mostly date back to the 1850s. The first bridge to be built over the river is Horner's Bridge, constructed in 1866 in Coromandel Valley.
Davenport is an electoral district of the House of Assembly in the Australian state of South Australia. It is named after nineteenth-century pioneer and politician Sir Samuel Davenport. Davenport is a 49.1 km² electorate covering part of outer suburban Adelaide and the southern foothills of the Adelaide Hills. It takes in the suburbs of Bedford Park, Bellevue Heights, Blackwood, Craigburn Farm, Coromandel Valley, Eden Hills, Flagstaff Hill, Glenalta and Hawthorndene, as well as parts of Belair, Darlington, O'Halloran Hill and Upper Sturt.