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Kensington Gardens is an eastern suburb of Adelaide, in the City of Burnside. Inhabited by the Kaurna people before settlement by Europeans, it became known as Pile's Paddock, after James Pile, who was born in the county of Yorkshire, England, in 1800 and arrived in South Australia in 1849.
In 1906 the Bank of New South Wales obtained section 271 from William Pile and subdivided it in 1910.A large recreational park in the suburb is also known as Kensington Gardens, or Kensington Gardens Reserve. Stonyfell Creek runs through the park. The south-eastern corner and part of South Terrace were once part of a Kaurna burial ground.
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