Teringie is a suburb of Adelaide in South Australia. It occupies a commanding position in the Adelaide Hills and overlooks the plains on which most of the city is built. Teringie's small number of houses (less than 100 in total) are mostly large, bush-covered blocks. The suburb is steadily growing with new houses popping up continually.
The notable power lines running overhead have created some controversy as some believe that they are detrimental to health.
A wealth of wildlife exists close by: koalas, kangaroos, possums, echidnas and a great variety of birdlife.