Spot a Sign

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Did you know that the Adelaide Hills Council district is 79,498 hectares (or 795 square kilometers) in size? That's a lot of ground to cover, and we're asking for your help to track of all the places where an Adelaide Hills Council sign has been placed. In the future we will be looking to update a number of signs for accuracy, legibility, and to recognise the traditional owners of the land where appropriate.

Spot a Sign and win!

Spot a sign belonging to the Adelaide Hills Council, pin it on this page, and you'll go into the draw to win a family pass to one of the great hills attractions these school holidays! There will be a winner drawn every week until the end of the campaign.

What you're looking for:

  • Any permanent sign with an Adelaide Hills Council logo, or
  • Any permanent sign that says 'Adelaide Hills Council' on it, or
  • Any permanent sign that mentions a pre-amalgamation council (e.g. Stirling District, Torrens Valley District etc).

These signs might be at sports grounds, halls, roadsides, parks, or reserves.

What you should do when you find one:

  • Drop a pin on the map to show us where the sign is,
  • Add a short description about what the sign is for,
  • Add a photo to help us paint a picture!

Every week until 8 February 2021, we will randomly select someone who Spots a Sign to win a family pass to a hills attraction. You can pin as many signs as you like, but you are only entered in the draw once for each sign for the period of the promotion. Click here to read through the full Terms and Conditions (opens in new tab).

You could win a family pass to:

  • Cleland Wildlife Park,
  • Gorge Wildlife Sanctuary,
  • National Motor Museum,
  • Warrawong Wildlife Sanctuary, or
  • Woodhouse Activity Centre.

Did you know that the Adelaide Hills Council district is 79,498 hectares (or 795 square kilometers) in size? That's a lot of ground to cover, and we're asking for your help to track of all the places where an Adelaide Hills Council sign has been placed. In the future we will be looking to update a number of signs for accuracy, legibility, and to recognise the traditional owners of the land where appropriate.

Spot a Sign and win!

Spot a sign belonging to the Adelaide Hills Council, pin it on this page, and you'll go into the draw to win a family pass to one of the great hills attractions these school holidays! There will be a winner drawn every week until the end of the campaign.

What you're looking for:

  • Any permanent sign with an Adelaide Hills Council logo, or
  • Any permanent sign that says 'Adelaide Hills Council' on it, or
  • Any permanent sign that mentions a pre-amalgamation council (e.g. Stirling District, Torrens Valley District etc).

These signs might be at sports grounds, halls, roadsides, parks, or reserves.

What you should do when you find one:

  • Drop a pin on the map to show us where the sign is,
  • Add a short description about what the sign is for,
  • Add a photo to help us paint a picture!

Every week until 8 February 2021, we will randomly select someone who Spots a Sign to win a family pass to a hills attraction. You can pin as many signs as you like, but you are only entered in the draw once for each sign for the period of the promotion. Click here to read through the full Terms and Conditions (opens in new tab).

You could win a family pass to:

  • Cleland Wildlife Park,
  • Gorge Wildlife Sanctuary,
  • National Motor Museum,
  • Warrawong Wildlife Sanctuary, or
  • Woodhouse Activity Centre.
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SPOT A SIGN

about 1 month

Add a pin at the location where you've spotted an Adelaide Hills Council sign and give us a little description of what the sign says. 

Please add a photo to really help us paint a picture of the district!

How to participate:

  1. Click on the map or the 'go to map' button
  2. Zoom in to the section of the map where you spotted a sign
  3. Click on the plus sign (+) - Left of computer screen, or bottom of mobile screen.
  4. Click on the 'AHC sign' pin and drag it to your desired map location (on mobile then select 'set this location')
  5. Leave your comment 

Entering a valid email address is a requirement. Please note your email address will remain anonymous and not appear on the map or made public. 

Try adding a pin!

Use these tools to operate the mapping tool:

To be eligible for the prize draw, a pin must:

  • Be the first placed on a given sign,
  • Be on a sign belonging to Adelaide Hills Council,
  • Be correctly labeled, and
  • Be accompanied by a legitimate email address.

*Note: the shaded area is an approximate guide only for the AHC district.