Idea #710
Light path through Rundle Park and Park Lands Night Native Animal Tour
Suggested By Andrew Via Shape the Park Lands 2015
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Some nice lighting on the secondary pedestrian path from Dequetteville Terrace into the East End (garden of unearthly delight area)

Also "Park Lands Night Native Animal Tour”…could be a winner. I was walking from my office-into East End last week--was about 6pm but very dark for some reason……and I watched about 100 BIG BATS…YES BIG BATS!- flying madly around from tree to tree-strangely silent-but amazing to watch! They were very happy-and I suspect fly from the Botanic Gardens. Also-there were about 6 possums racing around-see photo! It was going off-!-If you are into native animal was the place to be….

Rundle Park/ Kadlitpina (Park 13)

Kadlitpinna (Park 13) is one of the Adelaide Park Lands most popular parks. It is home to several events across the year, including the Garden of Unearthly Delights which attracts over 800,000 people annually. 

The Garden of Unearthly Delights is part of the Adelaide Fringe festival and contains a wide range of festival activities including live performances, food and beverage stalls as well as the ever popular sideshow activities.

What's happening in the park lands?