Burnside was one of Adelaide's first suburbs. Founded by Scottish farmers in 1839, it remained as farmland until the early 20th century. However, the easy city access - and proximity of the Adelaide Hills, saw it quickly become the sought-after address it is today.
Expansive family homes with four or five bedrooms are common here, but you'll also discover fascinating 1940s, two-storey mansions, early Art Deco homes, and amazing 1970s stone houses.
There's a wonderful mix of retail and retreat here, with every amenity you could imagine, as well as great open spaces, including a series of waterfalls at Waterfall Gully Reserve.