Banksia Park is a north-eastern suburb located 20 km from the city centre of Adelaide, South Australia, within the City of Tea Tree Gully.


Banksia Park was originally named Steventon by John Stevens, the first purchaser of this block of land, however the name was later changed to Banksia Park due to the abundance of banksia trees located within the area.

Steventon Post Office opened around January 1859 and was renamed Tea Tree Gully in 1872. A Banksia Park office has never existed.


In 2001, Banksia Park had a population of 3,455 with 48% being in the age group of 25–54 years. By 2006, the population dropped to 3,398 and by 2011, it has dropped again to 3,238. However, at the 2016 Australian Census, the population was recorded as having increased to 3,289.

Banksia Brook Estate

Elizabeth Street, Banksia Park SA 5091

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Multiple allotments available.

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Located in the leafy streets of the North East of Adelaide, Banksia Park has rapidly developed as an aspirational village-style community which encompasses  natural attributes, history and a sense of community spirit.



Banksia Brook Estate snuggles into this spirit with a  carefully well planned parcel of exquisite land, and house and land offerings never seen before.

A balanced approach providing a variety of traditional, courtyard, villa and terrace style living in an enviable, pretty, landscaped setting.

Artist impression only.

 • Density 645/km2 (1,670/sq mi)
Postcode(s) 5091
Area 5.1 km2 (2.0 sq mi)
Location 20 km (12 mi) from Adelaide
LGA(s) City of Tea Tree Gully
State electorate(s) Newland
Federal Division(s) Makin

The exclusive first land release in “Banksia Brook Estate” will soon be available. With prices starting from $(prices coming soon!) and a range of land and house and land options available, now is the perfect time to secure your move to Banksia Brook Estate.