The Olive Groves / Parngutilla (Park 8)
The Kaurna translation for parngutilla is barngutta root place; a root resembling a potato eaten by the Kaurna people. A renowned characteristic of the park is the state heritage listed olive groves. Given that Kuntingga and Parngutilla are small and adjacent to one another, the same English language name for each is used.
Take a closer look at the Adelaide Park Lands on this map.
These historic groves could supply more than half a million olives and 450 litres of olive oil each year.
Did You Know?
In 1884 the plantation had 900 olive trees. Now there are around 300, still producing oil!
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