- 13. Rundle Park/ Kadlitpina
- 14. Rymill Park/ Murlawirrapurka
- 16. Victoria Park/ Pakapakanthi
- 27. Bonython Park/ Tulya Wardli
- Hurtle Square/ Tangkaira
- Light Square/ Wauwi
- Victoria Square/ Tarntanyangga
- Wellington Square/ Kudnartu
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. ...
Rymill Park/Murlawirrapurka is one of the Adelaide Park Lands most used parks. Its features include the Rymill Park lake and kiosk. It is also home to a playground, BBQ facilities and a rose garden.
Several major events are hosted in the park across the year including the Adelaide Fringe, Clipsal 500 and Tour Down Under.
Victoria Park/Pakapakanthi is home to a diverse range of activities, facilities and events that make it one of the Adelaide Park Lands most attractive parks. The recent development saw the establishment of several cricket and soccer fields as well as a fitness circuit, cycling track, BBQ facilities, public toilets and off-leash dog area.
This park also plays host to several events across the year including the Clipsal 500 and Australian International ...
Bonython Park/Tulya Wardli is one of the most popular parks in the Adelaide Park Lands. It plays host to many events across the year including major music festivals.
The playgrounds within this park are unique. The hamster wheel, rope climbing frame and swings are just some of the many attractions that will keep children interested for hours on end.
Situated just a short walk from Rundle Mall, the Botanic Gardens recently celebrated their 150th birthday and are a much-loved part of the city of Adelaide.
With towering trees and stunningly landscaped grounds, the gardens are a peaceful haven with many secluded spots. The Gardens include both native and exotic plants, with highlights including the Amazon Waterlilies and the Wollemi pine. ...
A 34ha open, lawned ground with majestic trees, Botanic Park is the site of major events such as WOMADelaide, as well as the Moonlight Cinema.
Acquired by the Botanic Gardens in 1866, Botanic Park is managed as part of the Botanic Gardens. The park enables access to the Botanic Gardens, Adelaide Zoo, and Frome Park/Nellie Raminyemmerin.
A new park on the city’s landscape, this piece of land was the original site used by the SA Agricultural and Horticultural Society for the event that became the Royal Adelaide Show.
Joining the Park Lands in 2010, the land was named after two important historical figures: Captain EC Frome and Nellie Raminyemmerin.
The north-western quadrant contains an exciting sculptural play space, close to the City centre, providing a respite for busy shoppers and children. Keep an eye out for ultra-cool food trucks and plenty of city workers chowing down throughout weekday lunch times.
In the north west corner there is also a head-turning playground, where giant fishbones, footwear, taps and hoses have been turned into a unique playground area. ...
The Surveyor of Adelaide, Colonel William Light, has his grave and memorial in the centre of this Square. This is a State Heritage Place in recognition of the importance of his contribution to the City of Adelaide, which is now a National Heritage Place The Adelaide Park Lands and City Layout .
There are also events held in this Square including the annual ceremony in celebration of Light s birthday. ...
Victoria Square / Tarntanyangga is Adelaide’s geographic centre. Located at the crossroads of King William and Grote-Wakefield Streets, the Square is a main thoroughfare between the city’s north-south and east-west corridors. Thousands of South Australians use Victoria Square / Tarntanyangga, either as pedestrians or commuters, each day.
Wellington Square exists as rectangular square, or village green, as originally envisaged and laid out by Colonel Light in his 1836 survey Plan of Adelaide . It was named on 23 May 1837 after Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, British general and statesman, and victor at the Battle of Waterloo, who is credited with securing the passage of the South Australia Foundation Act through the British House of Lords. ...
Whitmore Square / Iparrityi has a great local flavour and is utilised frequently by the passionate south west community. With local cafes nearby and the bustling Gouger Street and Central Market precinct less than a block away, don't be surprised to be tempted by delicious world flavours as you play on 3-on-3 basketball court or use the supersized chess board.