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Glengowrie (/ɡlɛnˈɡaʊəri/) is a suburb of the Australian city of Adelaide, approximately 12 kilometres south west of the city centre. The name Glengowrie means "Glen of Gowrie", so called in honour of Lord Gowrie (formerly, Alexander Gore Arkwright Hore-Ruthven), Governor-General of Australia from 1936-1944.

Suburbs of the City of Marion
Ascot Park | Bedford Park | Clovelly Park | Darlington | Dover Gardens | Edwardstown | Glandore | Glengowrie | Hallett Cove | Marino | Marion | Mitchell Park | Morphettville | O'Halloran Hill | Oaklands Park | Park Holme | Plympton Park | Seacliff Park | Seacombe Gardens | Seacombe Heights | Seaview Downs | Sheidow Park | South Plympton | Sturt | Trott Park | Warradale
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