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Littlehampton

Littlehampton

Littlehampton was laid out in 1849 by Benjamin Gray who named it after his native town in Sussex. By 1890 Littlehampton had become a busy industrial area. There were factories producing bricks, jam, sauces, bacon, wattle extract, a brewery and a sawmill. Today Littlehampton Bricks continues operation, manufacturing high quality clay building bricks and pavers, as well as a range of refractory and insulating bricks. It was established in 1913. Littlehampton today is a thriving community, and providing a wonderful lifestyle for the many residents who live there.

walking trails

Coppins Bush
2-10 William Street, Littlehampton

  • Native Bushland
  • Walking trails

Turners Bush Reserve
29A Hallett Road, Littlehampton

  • Native Bushland
  • Walking trails

recreation areas

Anembo Park
Princes Highway, Littlehampton (Left at Mount Barker Freeway Exit)
www.anembosportspark.com.au

  • Large recreation area
  • Softball pitches
  • Tennis courts
  • Soccer / hockey ovals
  • Playground

Miels Park
77 - 79 Princes Highway, Littlehampton

  • Park
  • Lawn / grassed area
  • Open space
  • Playground
  • Shelter

Littlehampton Peace Memorial Hall

The Littlehampton Peace Memorial Hall located at 75 Princes Highway Littlehampton is available for hire. For more information and bookings visit littlehamptonhall.org.au

Council endorsed a Township Plan for Littlehampton at its meeting on 4 October 2016  (minutes / agenda) and a following update on 5 December 2016 (minutes / agenda). The plan was developed in association with the community to provide a long term vision for the town, identifying key objectives and priorities across a number of themes to ensure that the town continues to develop as a highly liveable place. This project is part of a Council initiative which will see Townships Plans developed for all major settlements throughout the District by 2020.

Littlehampton and Blakiston Plan

For further information, please contact Maddie Dobbin, Team Leader Strategic Projects and Planning Policy via email on mdobbin@mountbarker.sa.gov.au or phone on (08) 8391 7244.