APPA offers two types of Guided walks through the Park Lands. There are hosted walks with a Park Ambassador, and there are also self-guided walks, using a smartphone app (or website) to either read, or hear commentary through selected sections of the Park Lands.
We are in the process of producing "trail guides" for each of the separate Parks that together make up the Adelaide Park Lands. As each trail guide is completed, the National Trust is making it available through their "Adelaide City Explorer" website and smartphone app. If you have a smartphone, we suggest downloading the app, for the best experience. Search for "Adelaide City Explorer" at the Google PlayStore or the iPhone App Store. Alternatively, follow the links from the "Adelaide City Explorer" website.
If you don't have a smartphone or you'd prefer to bypass the smartphone app, you can stay within the "Adelaide City Explorer" website, on a laptop or tablet, at these links:
- Bragg Park / Ngampa Yarta (Park 5)
- Bundey's Paddock / Tidlangga (Park 9)
- Red Gum Park / Karrawirra (Park 12)
- Rundle Park / Kadlitpina (Park 13)
- Victoria Park / Pakapakanthi (Park 16)
- Blue Gum Park / Kurangga (Park 20)
- Bonython Park / Tulya Wardli (Park 27)
These are the only ones available, so far. More self-guided walking "trail guides" will be coming soon. We expect that by the end of 2018 there will be at least ten different trail guides available, for self-guided tours through different parts of the Adelaide Park Lands.
Not sure which Park is which? Check out our Guide.
APPA GUIDED WALKS
APPA has several Park Ambassadors - simply volunteers who've agreed to once a year, lead a guided walk through "their" Park, i.e. their favourite chosen part of the Adelaide Park Lands. It's just a few people helping to share the love of the Adelaide Park Lands - each of us sharing our favourite part with you.
The next Guided walks are:
Each walk is free for APPA members, and a gold coin donation is requested for others. Children and dogs are most welcome. See the photos below, that were taken on earlier guided walks.