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    Quote Originally Posted by Raylin Park View Post
    Hey everyone a bit of a long shot but just wondering if anyone would know of parking within half an hour walk of Womens and Childrens hospital for a car and trailer.
    We normally park in the carpark their but obviously can't with a trailer attached.
    By using google maps the Adelaide aquatic centre is close by but I don't know what the parking is like.
    Also I think their are parks on robe terrace but unsure of timing etc.
    We should be in and out in three quarters of an hour but then have to add on walking time.
    If anyone knows if those places would work or know of any other places could you let me know please?

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    Maybe park at arndale shopping centre and catch the bus in?

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    There is 2 hr free parking you can park with a trailer on McKinnon parade

    Also free all day parking on the other side of north adelaide near the horse paddocks, just north of north glover playground

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    Hi

    I'm from the Adelaide Hills. I have three children aged 5, 2 and 1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxwell's Silver Hammer View Post
    There is 2 hr free parking you can park with a trailer on McKinnon parade

    Also free all day parking on the other side of north adelaide near the horse paddocks, just north of north glover playground
    I just would like to thankyou soo much for this. Found a park straight away on MacKinnon parade which made our life very easier.
    We are from the south east and would never have found this without your help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bumpnbaby View Post
    Hi

    I'm from the Adelaide Hills. I have three children aged 5, 2 and 1.
    Welcome!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ponytail View Post
    Another hills dweller over here
    I'm in the hills! How many others are from the hills?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bumpnbaby View Post
    I'm in the hills! How many others are from the hills?
    5, 2 and 1! You must have your hands full! I have an 18mo and number 2 due early aug!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raylin Park View Post
    I just would like to thankyou soo much for this. Found a park straight away on MacKinnon parade which made our life very easier.
    We are from the south east and would never have found this without your help.

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    That is ok. It is my parking secret.

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    What are the pros and cons of these suburbs? Any dodgy ones? TIA

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    What are the pros and cons of these suburbs? Any dodgy ones? TIA

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    No dodgy ones. Keswick can be a bit industrial, but also has some nice character homes. Everard Park is good (DH and I lived there for about 3 years)

    Plympton prices are going a bit crazy at the moment, very popular. There's a new development (apartments, shops, cafés, restaurants) meant to happen on the corner of Anzac Highway and Marion Road in the next few years so if you can get walking distance to there it's good value.

    Glandore, Marleston and Kurralta Park are all great close to town areas that aren't yet booming (only a matter of time in my mind)

    I'd say you've chosen some great suburbs there, none are dodgy, I would just stay away from main roads (value wise when it comes time to sell people really hate living on main roads in Adelaide!)

    If you see any houses/apartments you like, feel free to PM me and I can let you know what I think.

    We are actually offering on a house (land value only) in Edwardstown. There is also a similar development happening there which is expanding on a current shopping centre to add more shops and restaurants etchttp://www.hamessharley.com.au/project/castle-plaza-shopping-centr , so Edwardstown and Ascot Park are good suburbs - but again a few 'uglier' areas within those to stay away from. Not dodgy but again they are suburbs with greater growth and not so great growth within themselves.
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