Ferryden Park (postcode 5010) is a north-western suburb of Adelaide 9 km from the central business district, in the state of South Australia, Australia. Situated in the City of Port Adelaide Enfield local government area, it is adjacent to Kilkenny, Angle Park, Woodville Gardens, Croydon Park, and Regency Park. It is bounded to the north by Murray Street, west by Liberty Grove and Hassell Street, south by Regency Road and to the east by Days Road.
The name Ferryden derives from a seaport village on the fringe of Montrose in Scotland. This was the port from which the family of the suburb's founder, William Duthie, emigrated in the 1850s. The suburb contains many street names deriving from traditional Scottish place and family names, such as Montrose, Orkney, Nairn, McDonald, McRostie and Lachlan.