Ethelton is a suburb in the City of Port Adelaide Enfield, South Australia. The area lies between Hindmarsh Street, Port Road, and Port River. It is named after Ethelton, Tasmania. Ethelton is bounded by Hindmarsh Street and Port Road to the north, Port River to the east, Port Road to the south and Semaphore Road to the west.
It is a small village in the Adelaide Hills region of South Australia, but it attracts over 50,000 visitors each year. The heritage-listed village is home to a number of historic buildings, including Ellendale House, which was built in 1853. The 10-acre property now serves as a museum, and you can see it for free during the weekend of February 23-24, 2019. Ethelton is located in the Adelaide Hills, South Australia. The town is situated on the Onkaparinga River and was originally built up as a mining town.
The history of Ethelton is just as rich as the land it is settled on. In 1839, the South Australian Company found copper in the area and mining operations soon followed. A reduced price for copper occurred in 1844 and the mining operations in Ethelton began to slow down, but the discovery of gold in 1851 meant the production of copper increased once again.
The discovery of copper was an exciting time for the town of Ethelton and many people moved to the area to take part in the mining. Ethelton is a town in the Adelaide Hills, South Australia. Ethelton was originally known as Ethelton Township. The Ethelton Township was surveyed in 1882, although farming had been established beforehand. It is located in the Adelaide Hills Council local government area, the state Electoral district of Heysen and the Federal Division of Mayo. The area is mainly used for growing vines and the town is known for its wineries.
Ethelton is a suburb of Adelaide, South Australia in the City of Charles Sturt. It is located in the east of the metropolitan area, within the Adelaide Plains Council local government area, approximately 11 km from the Adelaide city centre. Ethelton is bounded to the west by Main South Road, to the north by the Adelaide-Port Augusta railway line, to the east by the Sturt Highway and to the south by the River Torrens. The suburb is mostly residential, with commercial developments along Main South Road. The 2006 Census by the Australian Bureau of Statistics counted 2,291 persons in Ethelton on census night. Of these, 51.4% were male and 48.6% were female.
The population of Ethelton in South Australia was found to be 147 people. Ethelton is a small town in South Australia, whose name has been used in a number of commercial products, including Ethelton Road in the upper-class suburb of Bellevue Hill in Sydney and a Victorian winery of the same name. Etheltons are a type of biscuit made by Arnott’s in Australia, which are a type of shortbread.
Ethelton is a city in South Australia, Australia. It is situated in the Adelaide Hills, about 45 kilometres east of the Adelaide CBD. Ethelton is the main population centre for the Barossa Council and the surrounding district. The area is a major wine-producing region, with a number of wineries in the suburb and surrounding areas, including the renowned Penfolds Grange Hermitage.
Ethelton is a small town in the southern part of the province. It is fairly close to the capital city of Ephrenia, but also relatively close to the beach. Ethelton is home to many local events and festivals. Its most famous event is the Ethelton Chowder Festival, which is held every year in the fall. Ethelton has always been a home for the arts, and throughout the year the community comes together to put on various plays and musicals. One of the most famous plays is the Ethelton Theater Company’s production of The Sound of Music. Ethelton also has a junior hockey team, the Ethelton Eagles.
The Ethelton Community Association holds a variety of events throughout the year, the most attended being the Annual Canada Day Parade and Festival, held on the Canada Day long weekend. Other events include a Fall Festival, and the Lions Club Garlic Festival. The Ethelton Community Association also partners with other community groups and schools to hold a number of events throughout the year.