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Running in South Australia

Show on the map There are 40 areas in South Australia. See them all below. Adelaide, 5006, 5000, Morphett Vale and Whyalla has the most runnable places.

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Adelaide University trackAdelaide University track, Mount Barker parkrun and Clare Valley parkrun are popular places to run in this area.

Climate in South Australia

March might be one of the most pleasant months for running in South Australia. The temperature usually ranges from about 15°C59°F to 25°C77°F, the wind averages 4m/s9mph and the daily precipitation is 1 mm0 inches.

More detailed information about the weather in South Australia can be found on the page for each city.

SA Athletics Stadium / Adelaide
400m synthetic track
Image by Michael Coghlan on Flickr

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Show 5 tracks, 2 routes, 2 running spots and 35 group runs on the map

In South Australia

Adelaide | 5006 | 5000 | Morphett Vale | Whyalla | Cleland | Athelstone | Mount Gambier | Encounter Bay | Murray Bridge | Port Augusta | Gawler | Mawson Lakes | Spring Farm | Campbelltown | West Beach | Christies Beach | Port Willunga | Port Lincoln | Salisbury Park | Reynella East | Semaphore South | Moana | Goolwa North | Smithfield Plains | Wynn Vale | Wellington East | Seacliff | Andrews Farm | Cleve | Mount Barker | Strathalbyn | Renmark | Nuriootpa | Kingscote | Port Broughton | Edithburgh | Charleston | Naracoorte | McLaren Vale Show all areas


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