Find Your Local Council | South Australia

Find Your Local Council in South Australia

Your local council is a fantastic starting point to find out what is happening in your community. They offer a wide variety of free services and are a wealth of information when it comes to local events, organised activities and much more. You can find out where your nearest libraries, schools, parks and playgrounds are, discover new fairs and markets, read the community noticeboard or look up a local business.

There are 68 Councils in South Australia and below we have listed all metropolitan and some regional councils with a direct link to their corresponding websites.

If you are new to your area and unsure of which council you are in, the Local Government Association of South Australia has a quick and easy search function on their website here. They also have a FULL LIST of all South Australian Councils and a link to each independent website.


Councils – Metro

Adelaide City Council – website

City of Burnside – website

Campbelltown City Council – website

City of Charles Sturt – website

Town of Gawler – website

City of Holdfast Bay – website

City of Marion – website

City of Mitcham – website

District Council of Mount Barker – website

City of Norwood Payneham and St Peters – website

City of Onkaparinga – website

City of Playford – website

City of Port Adelaide Enfield – website

City of Prospect – website

City of Salisbury – website

City of Tea Tree Gully – website

City of Unley – website

Corporation of the Town of Walkerville – website

City of West Torrens – website


Councils – Regional

Adelaide Hills Council – website

Alexandrina Council – website

The Barossa Council – website

Kangaroo Island Council – website

Rural City of Murray Bridge – website

City of Victor Harbor – website

District Council of Yankalilla – website

District Council of Yorke Peninsula – website

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At Play & Go Adelaide we make every effort to provide accurate information to the best of our knowledge at the time of publication. We recommend confirming times, dates and details directly before making any plans as details may be subject to change.

Image Source: City of Adelaide website


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