Adelaide is going through a rental affordability crisis as more and more pockets of the suburbs become too expensive for the average householder.
Public housing being sold off and demand outstripping supply means we're now the third most expensive City in Australia.
Belair, West Lakes, Flagstaff Hill, Henley Beach South, Flinders Park and Kidman Park have made a list of the least affordable suburbs, forcing many South Aussies to find something further out.
The average renter spends about a quarter of their income on rent and welfare groups are worried a sell-off of public housing and lack of affordable homes will make some renters homeless.
Alice Clark from Shelter SA says "too many had difficulty paying for food, air conditioning, medicine and transport".
While regional SA is believed to be the most affordable when it comes to rent.