Munno Para is a northern suburb of Adelaide, in the state of South Australia, Australia. Munno Para is located approximately 32kilometres from the Adelaide CBD and is located in the City of Playford.
Munno Para is bounded by Kudla in the north, Main North Road in the east, Curtis Road in the south, and Stebonheath Road in the west.
Munno Para means ‘golden wattle creek' in the Kaurna Aboriginal language. Settlement of the area dates from the 1850s, with land used mainly for farming.
Munno Para is currently going through a major redevelopment being part of the "Playford Alive
" Project. Within the redevelopment the construction of a new town centre
along Curtis Road, with Supermarket, specility shops, cafes, health and other community facilities.
Playford Alive Town Park has been completed. The park features two playgrounds, a water play area, a Skate park and youth plaza, a contemplative garden, an amphitheatre with stage, community pinic facilities.
The newly built Stretton Centre
now houses the City of Playford Library Service and also offers large to small meeting spaces.
The Mark Oliphant College R-12 school caters for education in the area, which also features parks, wetlands, reserves, sporting fields and playgrounds all linked by kilmetres of bike and walking trails.
The area has a small local shop, and is only a short drive from the shopping facilities and supermarkets at Munno Para. Primary school education in the area is provided at the Munno Para Primary school with the Munno Para kindergarten close by.
Munno Para has direct access to the Adelaide/Gawler Train line with a brand new station in the heart of the suburb. Buses run regularly in the area stopping at the munno para shopping centre. You will also have access to Main north road allowing you to reach Adelaide in approximately 45 minutes.