Regency Park is 8 km (4 miles) from Adelaide’s city centre. It is located in the state of South Australia and is part of the City of Port Adelaide Enfield. Regency Park is an industrial suburb with several factories and many industrial warehouses.
Some of the more significant businesses in Regency Park include Coopers Brewery. For the most part this suburb is a bedroom community of Adelaide. Its economy is based on working in the city. Adelaide’s major industries include defence technology, government, and high tech research. General Motors Holden is also in the area. There are many choices for executive office space in the Regency Park area.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Adelaide offers many places to try food, drink and sweets. A few of the places offering a taste of this city include Adelaide Central Market, Coopers Brewery, and Haigh’s Chocolates. Food can play a part in your entertainment too. You can take the tram from Adelaide to Glenelg, relax on the beach and play in the sun. Then eat outside along the Jetty Road or Holdfast Marina. Or you can go fishing on the Eyre Peninsula. Dining might include oysters, lobsters and abalone. This area is a great place to observe sea lions and great white sharks.
The closest major airport to Regency Park is Adelaide Airport. This airport is 11 km (6 miles) from the city centre of Adelaide. In Regency Park there are several buses serving Grand Junction Road. The suburb is also served by Islington railway station on the Gawler Railway Line. Road transport in Adelaide offers a well-defined city layout and wide multiple-lane roads allowing commuters to travel from Regency Park to the city proper in less than half an hour. Adelaide offers a metropolitan-wide public transport system, the Adelaide Metro, consisting of an extensive bus system that includes the O-Bahn Busway, metropolitan railways and the Adelaide-Glenelg Tram.