Marryatville Precinct Master Plan

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The Marryatville shopping precinct on Kensington Road straddles two local government areas and four suburbs. The Cities of Norwood Payneham & St Peters and Burnside have partnered to deliver a master plan for the precinct to provide a strategic vision for future activation of the Marryatville Precinct that is evidenced-based; considers community feedback; current and future demographics; emerging trends; and community needs.


Extending from Maesbury Street to Bretwalder Street on Kensington Road, the Marryatville Precinct features a mix of residential housing, a church, supermarket, a school, petrol stations, hotel, theatre, cafes and other small businesses. A precinct master plan would set out opportunities for improved greening, landscapes, streetscapes, traffic and parking management, and people movement to support the diverse social, business and cultural heritage of the area. A master plan will also provide a basis for scheduling works in a financially sustainable manner and making future applications for State, Commonwealth, or other funding.


The two Councils are seeking feedback from the community help to shape the future of the precinct.

Below you can Drop a Pin on a map and Give your Feedback on the precinct.

Come and chat with the project team at a Drop-in Session at the Regal Theatre on Monday 18 September, 5 pm - 7 pm.

A draft precinct plan will be developed based on this feedback. Community feedback will be sought on the draft plan it in early 2024.

The Marryatville shopping precinct on Kensington Road straddles two local government areas and four suburbs. The Cities of Norwood Payneham & St Peters and Burnside have partnered to deliver a master plan for the precinct to provide a strategic vision for future activation of the Marryatville Precinct that is evidenced-based; considers community feedback; current and future demographics; emerging trends; and community needs.


Extending from Maesbury Street to Bretwalder Street on Kensington Road, the Marryatville Precinct features a mix of residential housing, a church, supermarket, a school, petrol stations, hotel, theatre, cafes and other small businesses. A precinct master plan would set out opportunities for improved greening, landscapes, streetscapes, traffic and parking management, and people movement to support the diverse social, business and cultural heritage of the area. A master plan will also provide a basis for scheduling works in a financially sustainable manner and making future applications for State, Commonwealth, or other funding.


The two Councils are seeking feedback from the community help to shape the future of the precinct.

Below you can Drop a Pin on a map and Give your Feedback on the precinct.

Come and chat with the project team at a Drop-in Session at the Regal Theatre on Monday 18 September, 5 pm - 7 pm.

A draft precinct plan will be developed based on this feedback. Community feedback will be sought on the draft plan it in early 2024.

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Drop in your ideas

9 months

Maintenance concerns like pot-holes, unsightly verges or tripping hazards, more bins and dog poo bags can be fixed anytime by contacting Council.

Click on the map above and share your ideas on the Marryatville Precinct - inside the red zone

Share your ideas. Drop a pin. Take photos when you are out and about and share them here too.

Some questions to help get the ideas flowing:

  • Do you love the tree-lined streets? 
  • Is it easy to travel to most places you need to visit by bus? 
  • Do you like the mix of heritage and modern architecture? 
  • Is rat-running an issue for you?
  • Is on-street parking an issue? 
  • Could the Marryatville Precinct environment be improved? How?
  • What do you like? 
  • What opportunities are there?
  • Where are the pain-points?

Instructions for dropping a PIN:

  1. Zoom into the area you would like to place a pin by using the + or - icon at the bottom right hand of your screen.
  2. Select the relevant pin from the 'Add Pin' menu at the top left of screen, and drag it to the location you would like to highlight as important to you.
  3. Help us to understand your choices by completing the comment section, answering the questions and/or sharing a photo.
  4. Continue until you have shown us all the locations that are important to you.
CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded.