A Cultural Heritage Survey Report for Sector 1 of the Yurrebilla Trail - Norton Summit to Tea Tree Gully: Report to the Yurrebilla Trail Committee, SA National Parks and Wildlife Adelaide South Australia

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    Abstract

    The Yurrebilla Trail is to be an international standard two-day walking trail across the central section of the Adelaide Hills Face Zone between the Belair Railway Station, Belair and the River Torrens, Tea Tree Gully; refer to Appendix 1 for a map of theroute. In 2001 an Industry Partnership agreement was reached between the Hills Face Zone Cultural Heritage Project Steering Committee, Flinders University (HFZCHP) and Paul Tulloch, on behalf of the Yurrebilla Trail Committee, National Parks andWildlife, SA (NP&W). It was agreed that the HFZCHP would research the cultural heritage of the Hills Face Zone in the vicinity of the Yurrebilla Trail and would make recommendations on cultural tourism opportunities along the route and on the content of interpretive signs relevant to cultural heritage.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationAdelaide, SA
    PublisherHills Face Zone Cultural Heritage Project
    Number of pages22
    Publication statusPublished - 19 Jan 2003

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