Tea Tree Gully is a suburb in the greater Adelaide area in the local government area of the City of Tea Tree Gully. The area - along with neighbouring suburbs including Golden Grove, Fairview Park, Redwood Park and Modbury - is home to 100,000 residents.
Nestled at the foot of the Mount Lofty Ranges, Tea Tree Gully is 20 minutes from the centre of Adelaide by car or 15 minutes via the O’Bahn bus service.
The City of Tea Tree Gully has arts and recreation facilities as well as Waterworld Aquatic Centre, the Tea Tree Gully Golf Club, various sporting clubs, modern urban services and facilities, and an active local economy. Residents enjoy a unique lifestyle in metropolitan Adelaide.
Surrounding the City of Tea Tree Gully are numerous buildings that have historic significance, including Inglewood Inn and the Highercombe Hotel museum.
The City of Tea Tree Gully has many restaurants for all tastes, including Indian, Thai and Vietnamese. Local shopping centres, Westfield Tea Tree Plaza and St Agnes Shopping Centre are within close proximity. There are local several public and private schools, as well as great medical services including the Modbury Medical Centre and Modbury Hospital.