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Mawson Lakes

Size:6km2 Approx
Population10,867 Approx
Median house Price:$430,000 Approx
Median Age:31 Years Old Approx
Household Size:2.6 People Approx


About Mawson Lakes:

Location and Boundaries
Mawson Lakes is bounded by the suburb of Green Fields, the Salisbury Highway, the suburb of Parafield Gardens, the drain and the suburb of Parafield in the north, Main North Road in the east, Montague Road, Sharp Court, Levels Road and the locality of Cavan in the south and the railway line and Port Wakefield Road in the west.

Name Origin
Mawson Lakes is named after the scientist and explorer, Sir Douglas Mawson.

Settlement History
Settlement of the area dates from the late 1800s. Significant residential development did not occur until the late 1990s. The population increased five-fold between 2001 and 2006, and then doubled between 2006 and 2011 as large numbers of new dwellings were added to the area. Growth is expected to continue, but at a slower rate.

Land Use
Mawson Lakes is a recent and still developing residential, industrial and institutional area.

Major Features
Major features of the area include University of South Australia (Mawson Lakes Campus), Planetarium, Technology Park Adelaide, The Palms Mawson Lakes Golf Club, Mawson Central shopping centre, Dry Creek Linear Park, Sir Douglas Mawson Lake, Greenfields Wetlands, Mawson Lakes Main Lake, Railway Wetlands, Shearwater Lake, Technology Park Lagoon, Mobara Park, The Mawson Centre and two schools.


Real Estate
If you are looking to buy a property in or around the area, check out the properties we have available.
For any other real estate needs, please contact the Mawson Lakes specialist, Mike Lao.

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