South Plympton 


South Plympton, South Australia is a suburb in the Adelaide Metropolitan region. From the City Centre to Glenelg, it is a 20-minute drive and there is a bus service that runs on busy days. South Plympton is a small locality in South Australia. It is situated in the Gawler Council and is close to Gawler. This town was founded in 1836 by Colonel Charles Williams. Williams named it after his hometown, Plymouth in England.

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The town of South Plympton is located in the Murray River Valley and is a popular holiday spot for people traveling through the region. This small town is home to a large ethnic group of people who call themselves the South Plympton People. The South Plympton people are descendants of the indigenous Kukatja people, who were the dominant group in the region until they were all but wiped out in the 1870s by European settlement. The South Plympton people are distinct and unique, and the government has recognized their unique cultural and linguistic heritage. The South Plympton people are part of the Gamilaraay people and speak the Gamilaraay language. This language is a close relative of the Adelaide language and both languages.

South Plympton, South Australia, is a small town located 13 km from the centre of the city. It is home to 604 people. It is located in the state of South Australia. The postcode for South Plympton is 5725. Education of South Plympton, South Australia is the “first comprehensive management plan” for the local community.

In the period between the years 2015 to 2016, the crime rate of South Plympton, South Australia has been recorded at 10,203 offenses per 10,000 of the population. Pyme is the word for ‘pie’ in the aboriginal language of the South Australian region of the state of South Australia. There are two words for the word ‘pie’ in the aboriginal language- kabaira and pyme. It is likely that (‘pie’ being the word for ‘meat’) the aboriginal name for the kangaroo would be kabaira, or ‘meat’, but few people know just how quickly the word kabaira was replaced by English as the aboriginal language of the area began to be replaced by English.

The township of South Plympton was laid out by the South Plympton Proprietary Company in 1857. The town was intended as a ‘model township’, designed in a manner that would attract people from other regions of Australia. The company purchased land throughout the Adelaide area and set up a plan for a town that could be a model for other towns in the colony. It was believed that a town laid out on a grid with streets running north and south, and east and west would be a major attraction to those moving elsewhere in Australia.