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Glen Osmond, South Australia

Glen Osmond
AdelaideSouth Australia
Glen Osmond around 1869.
Population 2,035 (2006 Census)[1]
Postcode(s) 5064
LGA(s) City of Burnside
Suburbs around Glen Osmond:
Glenunga St. Georges Beaumont
Myrtle Bank Glen Osmond Mount Osmond
Urrbrae Urrbrae Mount Osmond

Glen Osmond is a small suburb of Adelaide, South Australia in the City of Burnside which is in the foothills of the Adelaide Hills.

History

In 1841, silver and lead were found at Glen Osmond.

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