Seekirchen am Wallersee

Seekirchen am Wallersee

Coat of arms
Seekirchen am Wallersee

Location within Austria

Coordinates: 47°54′00″N 13°08′00″E / 47.90000°N 13.13333°E / 47.90000; 13.13333Coordinates: 47°54′00″N 13°08′00″E / 47.90000°N 13.13333°E / 47.90000; 13.13333
Country Austria
State Salzburg
District Salzburg-Umgebung
  Mayor Monika Schwaiger (ÖVP)
  Total 50.27 km2 (19.41 sq mi)
Elevation 512 m (1,680 ft)
Population (1 January 2016)[1]
  Total 10,521
  Density 210/km2 (540/sq mi)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
  Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 5201
Area code 06212
Vehicle registration SL

Seekirchen am Wallersee (simply known as Seekirchen) is a town in the district of Salzburg-Umgebung in the state of Salzburg in Austria.


The territory was settled 5,000 years ago and is the oldest Austrian settlement that still exists today. Today it has more than 10,000 inhabitants (from that point its officially called a "city").


Seekirchen is part of the legal district Neumarkt bei Salzburg. It borders on the neighboring towns of Anthering, Elixhausen, Eugendorf, Hallwang, Henndorf am Wallersee, Köstendorf, Mattsee, Obertrum am See and Schleedorf.

The Austrian land register subdivides Seekirchen into districts, some of which are cadastral municipalities:

  • Bayerham
  • Brunn
  • Fischtaging
  • Halberstätten
  • Huttich
  • Kothgumprechting
  • Kraiham
  • Mayerlehen
  • Marschalln (cadastral municipality)
  • Mödlham (cadastral municipality)
  • Ried
  • Schmieding
  • Schmiedkeller
  • Schöngumprechting
  • Seekirchen Land (cadastral municipality)
  • Seekirchen Markt (cadastral municipality)
  • Seewalchen (cadastral municipality)
  • Waldprechting (cadastral municipality)
  • Wies
  • Wimm
  • Wimmsiedlung
  • Zaisberg


The city is 15 km distanced from Salzburg and is served by a railway line (2nd station "Seekirchen-Süd" planned in 2030) also included in the Salzburg S-Bahn

See also


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