Adelaide City Parks & Well known Suburban Parks

Parks in close proximity of Adelaide City

Elder Park

Situated beside the Festival Centre, Elder Park is a very popular park for all ages. There are paddleboats and bicycles for hire. A Kiosk is available for alfresco dining & coffee. Across the river are the beautiful gardens of Pinky Flat, the Memorial Drive Tennis Complex and Adelaide Oval.

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Rymill Park

Hire a rowboat for a sail on the lake or stretch out and relax on a blanket and watch the ducks at Rymill Park. You'll also find plenty of shady trees, a rose garden, barbecue facilities, a playground and a kiosk. Situated on the eastern fringe of the city centre, Rymill Park is bordered by Dequetteville Terrace, Rundle Road, Hutt Street and Bartels Road.

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Botanic Park

One of Adelaide's best-loved parks, and a fabulous setting for Adelaide's annual international music festival WOMAdelaide. It's situated between the Adelaide Botanic Garden and the Adelaide Zoo and you can enter from Hackney Road into Plane Tree Drive, which forms a drive-through loop around the park. There is on-site parking, plenty of shade trees and an interpretive trail.

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Adelaide-Himeji Garden

This lovely Japanese garden is a oasis of peace and tranquillity. Himeji blends two classic Japanese styles, the lake and mountain garden and the dry garden, and celebrates Adelaide's sister-city relationship with the ancient Japanese city of Himeji. Located at the corner of Glen Osmond Road, South Terrace and Hutt Road.

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River Torrens Linear Park

This is the largest hills-to-sea park in Australia and you can either walk or cycle on a bitumen pathway along the banks of the River Torrens from the city, west to the coast at Henley Beach or north east to the Tea Tree Plaza interchange. You can walk short sections by beginning on one side of the river, crossing over one of many footbridges and returning on the other.

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Victoria Park

Home to the Clipsal 500 Adelaide, Victoria Park also comprises the Victoria Park Racecourse, a bicycle path, walking paths and an old olive grove on the East Terrace side.  Talk a walk along East Terrace to admire the beautifully restored stately homes. Victoria Park is bordered by Fullarton Road, Wakefield Road and East Terrace on the eastern fringes of the city.

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Bonython Park

A fabulous, park situated alongside the Torrens River, including a lake for model boats, two playgrounds, bike path, nature trail and more. Major events including Soundwave, Stereosonics and We Love Sounds are held here. On site parking provides easy access to barbecue facilities, a kiosk and more.

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Suburban Parks

Heywood Park

Located in Hyde Park, Heywood Park is a stunning place for all ages. With huge, thick-trunked trees, the park also includes a wide range of entertainment for the kids, BBQs, chairs & tables and plenty of shade. Heywood Park is the perfect destination for a weekend trip with the family.

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Thorndon Park

Located in the Campbelltown Council, Thorndon Park has everything. There is multiple BBQs and picnic settings amongst shaded grass that beckon guests to enjoy in this scenic location. There is also a small heritage museum and kiosk, both run by the Rotary Club of Morialta. Thorndon Park is open to the general public at all houses. 

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St Kilda Adventure Playground

This is an award-winning playground unlike any other. The St Kilda Adventure Playground is a specially designed playground that is aimed at providing excitement for all ages. With a flying fox, spiral slide, giant wave slide, monorail and maze, a quick trip to this playground is out of the question. The playground also has all picnic facilities and ample parking so that all families and groups can enjoy. 

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Hazelwood Park

As one of the largest parks in the Eastern Suburbs, Hazelwood Park has something for everyone. The park has three playgrounds, the Burnside Swimming Centre and plenty of suburb scenery for all ages to enjoy. With a unique main playground, BBQ facilities and plenty of other picnic facilities, Hazelwood Park is the ultimate spot for an afternoon trip on the weekend.  

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Tusmore Park

Tusmore Park is full of beautiful greenery and vegetation. This park boasts unique playground equipment, picnic areas,  BBQ facilities and plenty of charm. The park itself contains the First Creek Catchment which curves through the park, creating suburb scenery for all ages to explore. 

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