English name: Gladys Elphick Park. Gladys Elphick was a prominent Kaurna elder who was founding president of the Council of Aboriginal Women of South Australia (1964-73),
Kaurna name: Narnungga (meaning "native pine place")
- Landscaped gardens with water features (under construction, mid 2018)
- Narnungga Urban Forest on the site of a former SA Water depot -corner of Port Rd and James Congdon Drive
- Picnic and BBQ facilities near James Congdon Drive
- Public art: "Eucalyptus Alive" by Marijana Tadic. Steel with LED lighting (2012) and "Flock Shelter" by James Martin and Steve Hooper (2012) in weathering steel (2013)
- A line of historic pepper trees bordering James Congdon Drive
Bounded by: West Terrace, Port Road, James Congdon Drive, and Glover Avenue
See APPA's Park 25 photo album:
Park 25 is bisected by two train lines heading roughly north-west / south-east.
To the east of the train lines, this Park was the subject of intense development in 2017 and 2018. The SA Cricket Association extended its licensing of the playing fields and gained permission to erect a three-storey pavilion or grandstand. Immediately afterwards, work commenced to landscape the gardens around the cricket playing fields to make an attractive space for visits by patients and staff from the Royal Adelaide Hospital
To the west of the train lines, a former 5.5 hectare SA Water Depot was demolished in 2010, making way for what then became known as the Narnungga Urban Forest, within Park 25.
A walking/bicycle track links up Port Road and James Congdon Drive near Henley Beach Road.