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Hackney is an inner-eastern suburb of Adelaide, South Australia, in the City of Norwood Payneham St Peters. It is adjacent to the Adelaide Park Lands, the Adelaide city centre and North Adelaide. The O-Bahn Busway passes along Hackney Road, part of the City Ring Route, Adelaide, which forms its western boundary. Its other boundaries are the River Torrens (north), the continuation of North Terrace through Kent Town (south), and a series of small streets and lanes to the east.
The suburb is dominated by St Peter's College, an independent boys school, which is wholely located within the suburb and occupies a 75 acres (30 ha) site, about 60% of the suburb's area. Located at this site since 1854, the school grounds contain three heritage-listed buildings.
Romilly House in the southwest corner of the suburb, on North Terrace, is also listed on the Heritage Register.
Hackney is adjacent to Park 11 of the Park Lands, across Hackney Road from the Botanic Gardens, the Botanic Park and the National Wine Centre.