Waterfall Gulley Restaurant - Utopia Hotel

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The Waterfall Gulley restaurant has long been known to be haunted. Many people have seen objects moving on their own, heard disembodied voices, and have seen an apparition of a man in a blue glowing uniform. It is believed that the apparition is Constable Tregoweth who was killed in a bushfire in the early 1900s near the hotel.

(Submitted by Terren)

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Geographic Information

Address:
170 Waterfall Gully Rd
Waterfall Gully SA 5066


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GPS:
-34.969508199790624, 138.68072173599853
Region:
City of Burnside
Nearest Towns:
Beaumont, AU (1.8 mi.)
Crafers, AU (2.4 mi.)
Mount Lofty, AU (2.4 mi.)
Piccadilly, AU (2.9 mi.)
Summertown, AU (2.9 mi.)
Long Gully, AU (3.4 mi.)
Mitcham, AU (3.4 mi.)
Uraidla, AU (3.7 mi.)
Ashton, AU (3.8 mi.)
Heathfield, AU (3.8 mi.)

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