Has someone really walked and measured the proposed greenfield site …

Comment on ‘Anzac Oval not for sale’: govt under pressure on gallery plans by Evelyne Roullet.

Has someone really walked and measured the proposed greenfield site (pictured) near The Gap, between Bradshaw Drive and the MacDonnell Range? I have done it with my dogs and the rabbits! Are they serious? Who is having whom on?

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‘Anzac Oval not for sale’: govt under pressure on gallery plans
Yes, Maya, and the town bus service that goes to Lyndavale could be extended to Desert Park.
This service would be welcomed by the resident mothers who would love to take their children to the park but have no transport.


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