Greenhill Road, Adelaide

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Greenhill Road

General information
Type Road
Route number(s)
  • R1 (formerly A21)
  • (West of Fullarton Road)
Major junctions
West end Anzac Highway, Keswick, Adelaide
East end West Terrace, Balhannah
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,[1] that provides a connection to the eastern and hills suburbs.

The eastern end of Greenhill Road is in Balhannah in the Adelaide Hills. It winds through Carey Gully, Uraidla, Summertown and Greenhill as a two-lane road.

In the metropolitan area, it is 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 Route. This section was originally designated "Park Terrace".[2]

Greenhill Road continues west as Richmond Road from the intersection of Anzac Highway.

Major intersections

LGA Location[3] km[4] mi Destinations[5] Notes
Unley Wayville 0.0 0.0 Anzac Highway (A5 to southwest only) Route R1 continues west as Richmond Road (R1); Greenhill Road runs along the south side of the Adelaide Parklands as part of City Ring Route R1
0.5 0.31 Goodwood Road (A21) – Hindmarsh
1.0 0.62 Sir Lewis Cohen Avenue North side only
Wayville, Unley 1.5 0.93 Glenelg tram
Unley 1.6 0.99 King William Road/Peacock Road
Unley, Parkside 2.1 1.3 Unley RoadBelair City Centre
Parkside 2.7 1.7 Hutt Road / George Street
City of Unley / City of Burnside Parkside, Eastwood 2.9 1.8 Glen Osmond RoadGlen Osmond, Murray Bridge, Melbourne / City Centre
Burnside Eastwood, Glenside, Dulwich 3.7 2.3 Fullarton Road (R1 north, A1 south) – Kent Town Route R1 follows Greenhill Road west and Fullarton Road north. No route number east.
Toorak Gardens, Tusmore, Linden Park, Glenside 5.4 3.4 Portrush Road (A17) – Glen Osmond, Payneham
Hazelwood Park, Burnside 7.0 4.3 Glynburn Road
Adelaide Hills Greenhill, Summertown 14.4 8.9 Mount Lofty Summit Road – Crafers, Cleland Wildlife Park, Mount Lofty Summit, Mount Lofty Botanic Garden
Summertown 16.3 10.1 Piccadilly Road (south) – Crafers
Uraidla 17.7 11.0 Basket Range Road (northeast) – Lobethal
Balhannah 27.6 17.1 Onkaparinga Valley Road (B34) – Hahndorf, Adelaide (west), Woodside, Birdwood (east)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also

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  1. ^ 2003 Adelaide Street Directory, 41st Edition. UBD (A Division of Universal Press Pty Ltd). 2003. ISBN 0-7319-1441-4.
  2. ^ "Motoring News". The News. Adelaide: National Library of Australia. 23 November 1953. p. 20. Retrieved 28 July 2014.
  3. ^ "Property Location Browser with Suburbs/localities and Local Government Areas displayed". Government of South Australia. Retrieved 30 December 2018.
  4. ^ Google (30 December 2018). "Greenhill Road" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 30 December 2018.
  5. ^ "Road Route Numbers (Trail Blazer)". Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure. Retrieved 30 December 2018.

Coordinates: 34°57′04″S 138°41′16″E / 34.951207°S 138.687673°E / -34.951207; 138.687673

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