Established in 1838, Magill breaks the eastern-suburbs mould with its eclectic charm. Located just 12 minutes from Adelaide’s CBD, Magill is nestled in the foothills, east of Adelaide.

As you travel along Magill Road, you are taken aback by the diverse mixture of architecture, antique stores, modern homeware stores, fashion boutiques, art galleries, and bustling restaurants, cafes and hotels. Magill’s tree lined streets are also home to some of the state’s best schools, making Magill a sought-after suburb for one and all.


For those with a love for art, the Pepper Street Arts Centre is a lively arts community, funded by the City of Burnside. It supports creative endeavour and excellence, whilst promoting an appreciation of arts, education and social engagement not only for the artistic community but the wider community at large.

Entry is free, and the environment is always friendly. Stop by and appreciate their monthly exhibitions or join in and let your inner artist flourish.


Magill is home to some of the best local cafes and restaurants, a stroll down Magill road, will have you coming back for more. Pick up your morning coffee at Hibernia Cafe, a pastry at the Bakehouse on Magill, and catch up with friends at Long Lost Friend.

The renovated Tower Hotel puts families first, while you can still enjoy a meal from the revamped pub menu, in the new dining areas and beer garden. The theatrette seats approx. 20 children, who can enjoy popcorn and fairy-floss while watching some classic family favourites.

The crown jewel in Magill’s phenomenal food revolution is the world renowned Penfolds Magill Estate, an international and domestic award winner. Visitors will be treated to a simply sumptuous menu, gorgeous interior, which seamlessly incorporates the stunning views of the vineyards.


There is a wonderful African proverb ‘It takes a village to raise a child’. It recognises that parenting is a communal affair, much like the City of Burnside and Campbelltown City Council recognised the ‘Village’ feel Magill exudes.

This led the councils to collaborate and form the Magill Village Partnership, they recognised the area is rich in social and cultural heritage, which presented a unique opportunity to create an exemplar ‘Village’ model.

Be sure to explore the many wonderful shops, stores and services Magill Village Precinct has to offer.


Enjoy the hills face reserves by walking through the Magill Stone Mine Reserve and see the State Heritage listed stone mine.

Explore The Gums Reserve, with a vast array of park lands for all to enjoy, numerous impressive tress providing natural shade and an impressive junior adventure park for the kids, basketball court and multiple barbeque and picnic areas for families to enjoy.

With its impressive array of educational institutions (UniSA, Norwood Morialta, Magill Primary School), easy living and enviable lifestyle, you can see why they say Magill dances to its own beat and is an eastern-suburbs delight.


To find out more about the endless benefits of living in Magill, or where to go for coffee, feel free to contact Yianni Garbas on 0412 434 587.


Magill SA 5072, Australia

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