Haha I looked at that book in Marion library. It said South Plympton was a working class hub and an aging population hmmm bit out of date, it was traditionally but those people who lived here are getting old and a lot of families now live in the area and putting large extensions up or knocking down and rebuilding. Sth Plympton had one of the biggest escalations in house values too over the last 10 years due to its closeness to major facilities and transport options. It was also lumped in with Plympton Park,Edwardstown and Glandore...each of these suburbs although being next to each other have a completely different feel.
It's agood book to start off with
, but then have a look for your self.
Some suburbs aren't even mentioned in that book.