Support provided to this Branch of National Trust SA by the two Local Government Authorities that are responsible for Coromandel Valley & Districts is much appreciated.
City of Mitcham
The City of Mitcham is a clean and green City - a good place to live and work. With an enviable blend of both urban and rural environments, a prestigious heritage and sense of tradition, Mitcham and its surrounds offer a unique experience for those tempted by cultural exhibitions and festivals, native bushland, heritage and architecture, scenic views and more.
Founded in 1853, the City of Mitcham is Adelaide's second oldest Council area.
Situated about 6kms from the Adelaide CBD, Mitcham stretches from Cross Road in the north, to Sturt River in the south, South Road in the west and Mount Barker Road in the east.
Each of the City's 32 suburbs have their own particular style and strong community spirit. From the leafy backdrop of the Hills environment, to the foothills homes which share magnificent panoramic views of Adelaide and the plains, the variety and uniqueness of the area is obvious.
Phone: 08 8372 8888
City of Onkaparinga
The City of Onkaparinga is the largest metropolitan council in South Australia and is growing rapidly.
The Council’s strategies centre on planning for the long term with regular input from its communities. Emphasis is placed on innovation, community engagement and sustainability.
A short distance from the Adelaide CBD, the City of Onkaparinga is both a liveable city and attractive to tourists. The area is rich in natural beauty with great beaches, the McLaren Vale wine district and picturesque hills scenery, including part of Coromandel Valley, Cherry Gardens, Meadows and Kangarilla.
There are numerous walking trails, parks, reserves, beaches and wetlands throughout the area. Many of these recreational areas include playgrounds, seating and facilities such as barbecues, public art and play equipment.
The cultural life of the City of Onkaparinga is a vibrant reflection of its community’s talent, skill and industry. Galleries, cultural events, music festivals and local expertise in food and wine bring life and colour to the region.
Phone: 08 8384 0666