Rundle Park / Kadlitpina (Park 13)
This park is named after two prominent historical figures: Kadlitpina and John Rundle. Kadlitpina was known to the colonists as Captain Jack; a well-known Kaurna elder at the time Adelaide was established, while John Rundle was one of the original directors of the South Australia Company which was formed in London in 1834 to promote settlement of the colony.
The park is home to several events throughout the year, including the Garden of Unearthly Delights which attracts over 800,000 people annually.
Take a closer look at the Adelaide Park Lands on this map.
There are around 800,000 visits to the Garden of Unearthly delights as part of the Fringe Festival each year.
Did You Know?
The strangely shaped petanque piste used to be a children’s wading pool in the 1960s.
Picture Adelaide 2040
"The Garden of Unearthly Delights - romantic - magical - comedic - a special place in the city during Mad March."