When you exit the CBD you’ll most likely use the dreaded Dequetteville Terrace round about near Rose Park and Dulwich to get into the eastern suburbs. Roads such as Kensington and Fullarton are the two main arterials which will get into the heart of Norwood before hitting the Parade. Negotiating your way around this part of South Australia at any time of the day or night is never easy but once you get through to hectic traffic there’s a real pleasant surprise awaiting. Tree lined streets, stately old homes set on quarter acre blocks and the peace and tranquillity that Norwood has to offer.
With a population of just over 6,000 people this location established back in 1847 sure is one of Adelaide’s larger inner city suburbs located in the East. Structured under the council of Norwood, Payneham and St Peters its name was given after that in London. Many European migrants post world war two made their way here and settled. Along Osmond terrace today you will still see war memorial commemorating ANZAC soldiers who fought in the first and second World Wars.
Also, home to one of the SANFL’s football teams the Red Legs, the Norwood Oval can get busy when there is a local match on and just as busy if the Bite are playing a game of baseball. The main street called the Parade is home to some boutique fashion shops and hair dressing salons. Fashion also has a home here, brands such as Witchery, Country Road, French Connection and Sports Girl all call the Parade home.
With the upcoming re-development of the Bath Hotel introducing apartment style living there will be a hive of construction activity surrounding this location near the intersection of Port Rush Road. Our plumbers Norwood will be rushed off their feet trying install all the new pipes, drains, toilets, basins and hot water services. We are certainly not one to knock back work and we particularly like to help with emergency plumber calls after hours.
If you require the services of a local company who have a proven track record and continue to outperform the others call us today, were here to help!