King William Road Hyde Park
Unley Road & Soldier's Memorial Garden
Unley Road looking north
Glen Osmond Road looking south
Fullarton Road looking north
Corner Cross & Glen Osmond Roads
The City of Unley Profile outlines the main population demographics for the City of Unley and also considers the implications of social trends. Analysing the City of Unley’s population character assists the Council to understand social needs and opportunities to better service the community and ensure informed decision making.
Profile.id provides demographic analysis for the City and its suburbs based on results from the Censuses of Population and Housing. The profile is updated with population estimates when the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) releases new figures.
On 19 April 1984, the Govenor General, Sir Ninian Stephan, declared Australia's National Anthem to be 'Advance Australia Fair'.
Nominations are now open for:
Nominations for the 2016 Australia Day Awards close at 5pm on Friday, 18 November 2016. Award recipients will be announced at our Australia Day Celebrations on 26 January 2017.
Download a Nomination Form below or visit the Citizen of the Year webpage to view the selection criteria and nominate online.
"Spare those trees! It would not cost a great deal to secure … a few allotments on which some of these kings of the old forest are growing: but it must be done soon or never." The Register, 1911
Some native animals adapted to the increasing encroachment of the built environment, including possums and crested pigeons. Species that once fed on native plants began to scavenge in our parks and backyards. Other more vulnerable species were unable to adapt and have been lost from urban life.
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