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Best parks in Adelaide

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“Simply gorgeous. A wonderful place for a picnic. Make sure you visit the Santos Museum of Economic Botany, and the Palm House.”
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“Stunning Botanic Park is a must to see and a few minutes walk from the CBD. ”
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“Serene oasis in the CBD just off South Terrace not far from St Andrew's Hospital”
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“Go for walks or feed the ducks. Elder Park is beautiful all year round. Sometimes there are festivals held here ”
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“Enjoy the natural surroundings of South Australia Botanic Gardens as they're literally across the road from the apartment and perhaps even stop for a meal in the restaurant while you're there. ”
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“speaks for itself with its acres of garden and beautiful trees! bring your picnic rug!”
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“Very close walk, great for family picnics or just a walk. Many of the Fringe Festival activities occur here. ”
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“Across the road is one of the ost stunning gardens in Adelaide. Great for exercise, relaxing, walking, admiring the roses and other plants. Picnic, games etc.”
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“Adelaide CBD is surrounded by parklands. Just a 5 min walk out the door and you are in a park. Great for a morning stroll or run.”
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“This is our closest park ,an old racecourse but converted for recreation. It is also used for the Clipsal race in March . There is also an easy access to the suburb Dulwich with a walking track/bikepath”
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“Bonython Park is a 17 hectare park in the West Parklands of the South Australian capital of Adelaide. The park was opened in 1962 and named in honour of prominent South Australian politician and journalist, Sir John Langdon Bonython. Newer playgrounds on the river side with water play area and flying fox. BBQ areas.”
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“This square is really the centre of Adelaide. It is near our iconic Town Hall and original General Post Office. The Tour Down Under has its headquarters during the January race on the Victoria Square garden area. There are often festivals set up here. It is also a lovely place to sit for a picnic in the middle of Adelaide too.”
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“Park within walking distance, Great for a run/walk or just a stroll and some fresh air. ”
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“Behind this playground is the Minnu Wirra section of the South Park lands - excellent for dog walking and you can jog through trails through the park lands which circle the city. ”
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“During the Adelaide Fringe Festival, this free venue has an electric atmosphere, especially at night! So much food and entertainment and vibrancy!”
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“Ebenezer Place is a little side lane wedged between Rundle St and Grenfell St. It is popular with locals for its wine, beer and gin bars.”
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