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Carrick Hill, Adelaide

Carrick Hill is an English Manor dating back to 1939 that was home to Sir Edward Hayward and his wife Lady Ursula, and contains a large collection of drawings, paintings, sculptures, and antiques..

Carrick Hill is an English Manor dating back to 1939 that was home to Sir Edward Hayward and his wife Lady Ursula, and contains a large collection of drawings, paintings, sculptures, and antiques.


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About Carrick Hill

 46 Carrick Hill Dr, Springfield SA 5062, Australia

 +61 8 8433 1700

 www.carrickhill.sa.gov.au

Carrick Hill and Nearby Sights on Map

Brownhill Creek Caravan Park

The Brownhill Creek Recreation Park lies along the banks of the Brown Hill Creek

Harold's Lookout

The Monastery

The Glen Osmond Monastery was once home to Passionist priests, but has been transformed into a conference centre

Mitcham Square Shopping Centre

Logania Lookout

The Logania Lookout in Mount Osmond offers good views of the surrounding area

Windy Point Lookout

Windy Point Lookout is a romantic spot that offers panoramic views over Adelaide

Burnside Village

Burnside Village is a high-end shopping complex with over 100 retail outlets

Langman Reserve

The Langman Reserve offers recreational facilities such as tennis courts, walking trails through bushland, lawns, playground for kids, and barbecues

Gamble Cottage and Gardens

Gamble Cottage, built in 1902 for Joseph Gamble and his family, showcases Australian lifestyle at the turn of the 20th century

Measday's Lookout