Greenhill Road, Adelaide
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|East end||West Terrace, Balhannah|
|West end||Anzac Highway, Keswick, Adelaide|
|Major suburbs||Carey Gully, Uraidla, Summertown, Greenhill, Burnside, Hazelwood Park, Linden Park, Tusmore, Toorak Gardens, Dulwich, Glenside|
Greenhill Road is a major road in Adelaide, South Australia, that provides a vital transport artery for those living in the eastern and hills suburbs. In Adelaide's early days, trams used to run up and down the road. A resident of Burnside can usually expect to take 15 minutes to reach the CBD in peak times, and around ten minutes in others.
Once it enters the metropolitan area, it expands to four lanes and passes by the City of Burnside suburbs of Burnside, Hazelwood Park, Linden Park, Tusmore, Toorak Gardens, Dulwich and Glenside until it reaches the edge of the Adelaide Parklands. The road then expands to six lanes and heads past Eastwood and the City of Unley suburbs of Parkside, Unley and Wayville as part of the city "ring". This section was originally designated "Park Terrace".
Eleven people died on Greenhill Road during the Ash Wednesday fires of 1983.
Greenhill Rd in Hazelwood Park looking toward Glynburn Road roundabout and the hills
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