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Brown Hill Creek, South Australia

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Brown Hill Creek, South Australia

Brown Hill Creek
AdelaideSouth Australia
Mt. Osmond Interchange. Brown Hill Creek extends 4 km to the south from the right of this photo.
Postcode(s) 5062
LGA(s) City of Mitcham
Suburbs around Brown Hill Creek:
Springfield Urrbrae Mount Osmond
Mitcham Brown Hill Creek Leawood Gardens
Belair Belair Crafers West

Brown Hill Creek is a south-eastern suburb of Adelaide in the City of Mitcham in South Australia, named after the eponymous Brown Hill Creek.

In the creek valley behind Brown Hill has contained some form of park for many years; a stone plaque declaring a "pleasure resort" from the early part of the 20th century still stands at the entrance to the valley. Today, there is a popular caravan park in the mouth of the valley, and a recreation reserve extending several kilometres up the main creek valley behind it.[1]


  1. ^ Brownhill Creek Recreation Park

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