Some articles on anstey hill, anstey:
... that a regional park be established north of Anstey Hill and southeast of Tea Tree Gully ... The site was purchased by the government in 1978 and added to the then Anstey Hill Reserve ... The Planning Authority established the Anstey Hill Joint Steering Committee in 1981, initially to prepare a concept plan for development of the reserve ...
... Lower North East Road runs around Anstey Hill and up the escarpment of the Burnside-Eden Fault Zone ... first was a private road constructed by George Anstey in 1841—although officially surveyed in 1844—to reach his estate, as a mostly straight-line extension of Grand Junction Road ... the base of a gully, before rising steeply up Anstey Hill ...
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