|Population 509 (2006 census)|
LGA(s) Adelaide Hills Council
Postal code 5151
Federal division Division of Mayo
Piccadilly Carey Gully
Local time Friday 7:37 PM
|Weather 12°C, Wind SW at 6 km/h, 66% Humidity|
Piccadilly is a small town in the Adelaide Hills of South Australia, Australia. At the 2006 census, Piccadilly had a population of 509.
Map of Piccadilly SA 5151, Australia
The Piccadilly Valley was for many decades a market gardening centre which produced food for the Adelaide and overseas market. A large part of the valley is now used for growing premium 'cool climate' grape varieties.
Piccadilly is home to the Woodhouse Scout Centre, which in addition to scout jamborees hosts school camps and various outdoor activities.
Piccadilly is serviced by two routes, 822 and 866. Route 822 goes to the City via Carey Gully, and route 866 goes to Crafers at which point it connects to a bus to the City via the South Eastern Freeway.
ReferencesPiccadilly, South Australia Wikipedia
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