Reservoir Park / Kangatilla (Park 4)

Reservoir Park / Kangatilla (Park 4)

Kangatilla’s translation is Kangatta berry in Kaurna language – a type of berry eaten by Kaurna people at the time of Adelaide’s establishment. The name Reservoir Park comes from the 1879 State Heritage-listed reservoir that is also a distinctive feature of the park.

The park shares similar features to Yam Daisy Park but is significantly larger and shares similar features of native vegetation and open areas designed as off-leash zones for dogs.

Take a closer look at the Adelaide Park Lands on this map.

 

 

 

Fun Fact

There are over 10,000 visits to this popular local park each year.

Did You Know?

A brick columned reservoir was built in 1878 and now lies beneath the raised mound in this Park.

Picture Adelaide 2040

"There is a place in the City or Park Lands for everyone at different times of the year."