Kenton Valley 


In 1851, South Australia’s first known vineyard was established at Kenton Valley. Today, it’s known as one of Australia’s oldest wineries, and the oldest wine-making establishment open to the public in the Adelaide Hills. Kenton Valley is a picturesque and tranquil location in the Adelaide Hills region of South Australia. The valley forms the northern boundary of McLaren Vale and extends north in a northeasterly direction. It reaches a height of 300 metres above sea level and covers an area of 1,600 hectares.

South Australia was still a penal colony when the first settlers arrived in the area now known as Kenton Valley. The first land grants were made in 1841, and the area around present day Kenton Valley was home to several pioneer families.

Early in the colony’s history, supply ships were unable to land anywhere in South Australia other than at the ports of Holdfast Bay and Glenelg. There was a severe shortage of fresh water, so convicts were often sent to the opposite coast to find water. In 1836, a convict discovered a high plateau with a spring near present day Blackwood. A stock route was established, and this became the primary means of transporting goods and people between Adelaide and the northern areas of the colony.

Kenton Valley is a small suburb in South Australia, located in the Adelaide metropolitan area. Kenton Valley is located in the foothills of the Mount Lofty Ranges, and is bordered by Hallett, Houghton and Hurtle Vale. Kenton Valley was originally known as Kent Town. Kent Town began in 1839 when John Howard Kent and partners purchased a property on the corner of Main North Road and the southern boundary of the Hundred of Houghton from the crown. He named this property Kent Town and built the first house, a double brick cottage with a shingle roof. In 1842 he sold this property to George Milner Stephen for the sum of £1000. Kenton Valley is a locality in South Australia. It is located in the Adelaide Hills Council. The name is derived from the Hundred of Kenton in which it is located.

The Hundred of Kenton was proclaimed in 1871 and named after Kenton, Kent, England. Kenton Valley is bounded on the south by the River Torrens, to the north by the Light River and the locality of River Torrens. The eastern boundary is formed by the Mount Lofty Ranges and the western boundary is formed by the Mount Barker Road. It encompasses the suburbs of Glen Osmond and Highbury. It is traversed by the old alignment of the Old Adelaide Road, now known as South Road and located within the Adelaide city boundary.

Kenton Valley is a small town in South Australia, near the Clare Valley and 90 km north of the state capital, Adelaide. The former railway station was a stopping place on the Adelaide-Mannum railway line. The railway was the reason for the town being sited in the valley, rather than being located at the nearest bridge over the Onkaparinga River or at the nearby racecourse. The station, originally known as Kenton, was renamed Kenton Valley in 1892 to avoid confusion with the station of the same name on the Gawler railway line. The station closed in 1981, and the railway tracks were removed three years later. In 2001 the station building was relocated from the site of the former station to a site on

According to the 2006 census, the population of Kenton Valley was estimated to be 532 people. The median age of the population was 33 years, compared with 37 years for Australia. Children aged under 15 years made up 19.5% of the population and people aged 65 years and over made up 15.4% of the population. The median household income was $442 per week. The most common occupations were Labourers (21.1%), Managers (19.3%), Technicians and Trades Workers (14.3%), and Professionals (11.6%

Kenton Valley is a suburb in South Australia. It has a population of 865. Kenton Valley is located in the foothills of the Mount Lofty Ranges and is 12 km east of the Adelaide city centre. Parts of the area were first settled in the late 19th century. The area was known at the time as Kensington and was home to the Kensington Racecourse. Kensington Post Office opened on 1 July 1878 and was renamed Kenton Valley in 1941. The eastern half of Kenton Valley is largely residential, with a mixture of housing styles, sizes and ages. There is some commercial activity on Main South Road, but the area is primarily residential.

Climate of Kenton Valley in South Australia. This suburb of Adelaide, Australia is in an area known as the Upper Northside. The suburb is bounded by O’Halloran Hill, St. Agnes and Kilburn. The area is highly sought after for its scenic landmark which is the Kenton Valley Park. The park has several bike trails which are ideal for cycling enthusiasts. The park also has a gym and a dam that is ideal for fishing and picnics.

Kenton Valley has a Mediterranean climate. Kenton Valley is a suburb of Adelaide and is located 12 kilometres northwest of the Adelaide city centre. Kenton Valley has a population of 5,000. The Kenton Valley Lake is in a valley in South Australia. The lake has a capacity of and is fed by the Kenton River. The lake is surrounded by the Mount Lofty Ranges.