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Sugar Gum Avenue (Dr David Faber)

Walking Sugar Gum Avenue

Sugar Gum Avenue is a beautiful feature of Park 21 West. It was created in the 1860s with the clearing of native vegetation and the eviction of Indigenous Australians by the burning of their campsites. The park was then constituted as a colonial ‘Australia Felix’ landscape, which took place over several generations. Historian Dr David Faber will conduct a walking tour explaining the landscape.

Presented by South West City Community Association


Mon 3 May, 11am-12pm


Meet at Parklands Trail Sign, cnr Morphett St & Sir Lewis Cohen Dr, Adelaide




David Faber, 0488 079 753,


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