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Name:
Anzac Ridge
Description:

Refers to the spur line 300m in length extending south of King Georges Head towards the Great Western Highway, within Hassans Walls Reserve, Lithgow. The Democrat, 1st October 1915, p. 6, records the progress association, entry,“new track….to King George’s Head Rock, and thence to a small ridge overlooking the Bathurst-road, which was recently named Anzac Ridge." So named after the Australian and New Zealand troops landing at Anzac Cove, Gallipoli, 25th April 1915.

Maps:
  • Hartley
Grid Reference:
  • 354 878 to 354 875
Location:
Hassans Walls Reserve
Status:
Protected
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