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HERITAGE HIKES - Saturday 19 & Sunday 20 May

This event is jointly presented by:
- Tea Tree Gully Heritage Museum
- Tea Tree Gully & District Historical Society
- Friends of Anstey Hill

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This is a delightful opportunity to explore historical landmarks within the heritage precinct of Tea Tree Gully.  The choice of three different walks offers visitors the chance to learn, discover and appreciate times past.
Hear stories of village life including the butcher, baker and blacksmith.  Walk into Anstey Hill Recreation Park and encounter nature and stunning views while revealing history of the quarry and stone buildings.
All walks leave from designated areas and are led by well-informed guides keen to showcase the area. Each lasts about two hours return. Each is available on Saturday and Sunday.
Afterwards, Devonshire Tea is available and the Gift Shop is stocked with unique craft back at the Tea Tree Gully Heritage Museum.

Fee of $5 per person per walk includes guided walk and entry into the Museum on return.
The Museum, Gardens, Gift Shop and Tea Room will be open 1:00 - 4:00 pm on both days. 

Numbers are limited - BOOKINGS ARE REQUIRED.
Locate the hike you want and click on the 'SATURDAY' or 'SUNDAY' icon for the day you wish to attend.
This will create an email to send to the Museum Secretary. Please note in the message body how many people the booking is for and your name(s).
You will receive a confirmation email within 24 hours.
if an email cannot be generated, please book by phone with Mark Taylor on (08) 8540 5491.

Please arrive promptly, ready to pay your $5 and be welcomed by your walk guide.







Water Gully Walk

11:30 am

Anstey Hill Recreation Park GATE 6, Perseverance Road
(3 km south of Museum, opposite Janlyn Road)

Moderate level of fitness required

Visit Nursery ruins and hear the Newman story and history of this area from the 1850s to present day.
Sight plants from years gone by.


Steventon Village Walk

12 noon

Tea Tree Gully
Heritage Museum,
3 Perseverance Road

Easy, flat terrain

Hear some history of St Wilfred's Church, TTG Primary School, Memorial Drive, Angove's Distillery, Medcalf & Ebenezer Church, Walter Street, Institute, TTG Hotel, Council Chambers and Haines Memorial Park.


Query the Quarry Walk

12:30 pm

Tea Tree Gully
Heritage Museum,
3 Perseverance Road

Higher level of fitness required

Steam Mill, Ellis Cottage, some history of the Quarry and George Anstey, J. Opie, Rumps Bakehouse, Dunn's Cash Store .


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