A taste of the country on Adelaide's back doorstep.
The MRA represents the interests of ratepayers in the Adelaide Hills Council section of Rostrevor, immediately adjacent to Morialta Conservation Park.
We oppose the takeover bid by Campbelltown Council to annex our area, against the clearly-stated opposition of residents.
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Morialta is part of the Adelaide Hills Council area and proudly distinct from the other, densely-built, infilled areas of Rostrevor, which are covered by Campbelltown Council. Morialta is characterised by giant red gums, significant areas of remnant vegetation, large open blocks, underground powerlines, the meandering Spring Gully Creek, abundant wildlife and the neighbouring Morialta Conservation Park. Local residents have worked for more than 50 years to nurture this environment, paying out of their own pockets to underground the area's electricity supply almost 30 years ago and planting and caring for areas of native vegetation.
The Morialta Residents' Association is committed to protecting and preserving this special environment, particularly when increasingly intensive urban infill and over-development is so radically changing the face of suburban Adelaide.
Hands Off – we oppose boundary realignment with Campbelltown
The push by Campbelltown City Council to annex our part of Rostrevor through a boundary realignment is vigorously opposed by the MRA.
Here's why our residents reject being taken over by Campbelltown against our will. Download our PDF summary here – Hands Off »
The Morialta Residents' Association area is bound by Arcoona Avenue, Stradbroke Road, Spring Gully Road and Wandilla Drive, Rostrevor.