One Tree Hill Area

One Tree Hill Area


One Tree Hill is a northern suburb of Adelaide, in the state of South Australia, Australia. One Tree Hill is located approximately 28 kilometres from the Adelaide CBD and is located in the City of Playford.

One Tree Hill is a predominantly rural area which includes the small township of One Tree Hill. One Tree Hill includes the suburbs of Bibaringa, Evanston Park (part), Gould Creek (part), Humbug Scrub (part), One Tree Hill, Sampson Flat, Uleybury and Yattalunga.


Settlement of the area dates from the 1850s when townships were established in One Tree Hill and Uleybury. While much of the area was traditionally devoted to agriculture and viticulture, hobby farms and horse studs are now more characteristic of the area. The most significant development occurred from the post-war years.

The suburb takes its name from the 'One Tree Hill Inn' (licensed in 1851), for many years the meeting place of the District Council of Munno Para. The inn's name, in turn, referred to a giant red gum tree which stood nearby. The tree burnt down in 1890 and was cut down in 1934.


The main shopping centre is in the main street of the town. It contains a general store, post office, and other specialty shops. The entertainment is catered for at the Blacksmith Inn with indoor and outdoor dining, function room, gaming room & live entertainment. The local community has a monthly market held in the One Tree Hill institute which is also available for various function.

Education at the One Tree Hill Primary school caters for kindergarten to year 7 students. Across the road is the McGilp Recreation Reserve with large oval, BBQ & playground facilities & tennis courts.

Para Wirra Recreation Park allows for bushwalking along the many trails throughout the park where western grey kangaroos can be frequently seen at dawn and dusk, this family friendly park has a sports oval that is ideal for a game of cricket and BBQ on a lazy afternoon.


Only minutes by Road from Tea Tree Plaza, Elizabeth & Munno Para Shopping Centres.