English name: Rymill Park
Kaurna name: Murlawirrapurka (a Kaurna elder known to early European settlers as 'King John')
Features: Rymill Park lake, kiosk, playground, rose garden, picnic facilities, the Adelaide Bowling Club, O-Bahn bus tunnel entrance/exit, annual Fringe venue for 'Gluttony'
Bounded by: Rundle Road, East Terrace, Bartels Road, Dequetteville Terrace.
This park is regarded as the 'jewel in the crown' and is one of the most popular spots within Adelaide's Park Lands with almost half a million visits each year. It contains a playground, BBQ facilities and a rose garden. It hosts or supports major events throughout the year, including the Adelaide Fringe, Adelaide 500 and Tour Down Under. It was controversially developed in 2017 by placing the O-Bahn busway extension partially underground through this Park.