Daisy Hill

Daisy Hill can refer to:

  • Daisy Hill, Queensland, a suburb of Logan City, Queensland, Australia
  • Daisy Hill F.C., an association football club from Westhoughton, England
  • Daisy Hill, Victoria, a small locality in Victoria, Australia, near Maryborough
  • Daisy Hill Hospital, a National Health Service Hospital in Newry, Northern Ireland

Other articles related to "daisy, daisy hill":

List Of United Kingdom Locations: Da-Dam - Daa-Dai
56°20′N 2°57′W / 56.34°N 02.95°W / 56.34 -02.95 NO4117 Daisy Green Suffolk 52°16′N 0°55′E / 52.26°N 00.92°E / 52.26 00.92 TM0067 Daisy Green ...
Lisburn Distillery F.C. - History - Distillery in Belfast
... The ground, Daisy Hill, was elevated several feet above sea level ... (including a new pavilion and changing facilities) from Broadway to Grosvenor Park, close to Daisy Hill ...
Daisy Hill Railway Station
... Daisy Hill railway station serves the Daisy Hill area of Westhoughton, in the Metropolitan Borough of Bolton, Greater Manchester, England ... Daisy Hill is one of the principal stations that lie on the Atherton line, between Wigan and Manchester ... Given the latest figures (2010/11) Daisy Hill is "catching up" again ...
Talbot, Victoria - History - Gold and The Development of Talbot
... The first unofficial record of a discovery of gold in the area was at Daisy Hill on Hall and McNeill’s ‘Glen Mona Run’ ... around Talbot was made by two South Australians and their families at Daisy Hill Creek (later Amherst) in 1852 ... The rush to Daisy Hill followed his discovery ...

Famous quotes containing the words hill and/or daisy:

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    The token woman carries a bouquet of hothouse celery
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