Welcome to Friends of Anstey Hill

The Friends of Anstey Hill is a community-based group of volunteers dedicated to supporting, preserving and restoring the Anstey Hill natural and cultural environment. We were formed in 1988 to counter redevelopment of the Anstey Hill area.

Our regular activities and volunteer opportunities include park maintenance and cultural heritage research. Two community planting days and a propagation day are held each year. Volunteer bush care sessions are held every week.

Upcoming Events
  • 5 August 2020 - Open committee meeting, TTG Heritage Museum at 7.30pm
  • 7 October 2020 - Annual General Meeting, Highercombe Museum at 7.30pm
Bush Care Sessions

8:30am Every Wednesday morning (8:00am during daylight saving time).

All activities are weather permitting. No volunteering in the park when the BOM fire danger forecast, issued the previous evening is for SEVERE or CATASTROPHIC conditions.

Meet at FOAH shed, enter gate 18, off Range Road South, Houghton.

What to bring:
  • Sturdy non-slip enclosed footwear
  • Water to drink

All Welcome

Where We Are
Anstey Hill Recreation Park is a 362-hectare network of trails, creeks, gullies and historic ruins located 19km North East from the centre of Adelaide, South Australia.

The FOAH shed is 200m in from Gate 18 and is where Bush Care, Planting and Propagation day activities meet.


Gate 18, off Range Road South. Houghton. View Larger Map
Get Involved

Volunteers young and old can learn more about the Anstey Hill environment, enjoy the company of others, have some light exercise and contribute to the preservation of the Anstey Hill Recreation Park environment.