|Anna's Reservoir Conservation Reserve|
Anmatjere, Northern Territory
|Area||85 hectares (210 acres)|
|Managing authorities||Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory|
|See also||Protected areas of the Northern Territory|
The first European to visit the area was John McDouall Stuart in April 1860 while on expedition through the area. Stuart named the rock-hole after the youngest daughter of James Chambers, who had sponsored the expedition. Stuart visited the rock-hole on his next three attempts to reach the north coast of Australia. Other travellers and the builders of the Overland Telegraph Line all used the reservoir for water.
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