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Anstey Hill

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Friends of Anstey Hill  

Anstey Hill Recreation Park (383.25 ha) was dedicated on September 1989.
It is a very diverse site, divided by a number of short creeks and steep gullies, and forms an attractive backdrop to the North-Eastern suburbs.
As its name suggests, the Park is committed to recreation. It provides excellent opportunities for bushwalking, birdwatching, photography, painting and flora enthusiasts, with historical sites and scenic views over the Adelaide Plains.
The Park was ravaged by the Ash Wednesday fires in 1983, and signs of the destruction can still be seen.