Norwood is one of Adelaide’s most popular city suburbs. Less than three kilometres out of the CBD, Norwood boasts to beautiful bluestone homes, shopping and restaurants, and regular local events.
Friday night drinks, Saturday morning sport
No matter what day of the week it is, Norwood is a buzzing area. Some of Adelaide’s best pubs and cafes are in the area, so Friday nights are filled with people celebrating the end of the week. On the weekend, Norwood Oval, Kensington Park, Kensington Gardens, and Magill Athletes Centre attract people to the Norwood area.
Homes close to the Parade could really benefit from double glazing. Either side will be just as busy. You’ve got the western end that’s close to Rymill Park, and the eastern side which connects with Portrush Road. Streets include Charles Street, Sydenham Road, Elizabeth Street, Fullarton Road, Osmond Terrace, and George Street. Beulah Street and Woods Street house Norwood Oval, which can get very loud with punters on the weekend.
Cinemas, events & festivals
There’s a cinema on the Parade, which makes homes on Edward Street, George Street, Queen Street, Harris Street, Wall Street, Beulah Road, Vernon Street, Clara Street, and Prosser Avenue busy.
Four main roads house Norwood – Portrush Road, Magill Road, Fullarton Road, and Kensington Road. All houses close to these streets all experience problems with noise from time to time.
Year round events in Norwood include Santos Tour Down Under, Credit Union Christmas Pageant, Food and Wine Festival, Fashion Parade, Feast Festival, and many more.
Norwood is one of Adelaide’s best. It’s cosmopolitan, close to the city, yet still with a suburban feel. Consider double glazing if you’re struggling with outside sound.
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