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Elder Park
Elder Park
is a public open space in the city of Adelaide, South Australia on the southern bank of the River Torrens
River Torrens
and that is bordered by the Adelaide
Adelaide
Festival Centre and North Terrace.[1] The park is named after the Elder family who were early settlers and developed the company Elder Smith (previously known as Goldsbrough Mort). The Elder Park
Elder Park
Rotunda was erected in 1882. The Popeye boat is launched off the banks of the River Torrens, near Elder Park
Elder Park
as well as paddleboats. The Torrens Linear Park
Torrens Linear Park
also passes through Elder Park. It is the home of the annual Christmas Carols by Candlelight for Adelaide
Adelaide
and also hosts Symphony under the Stars[2] and the Adelaide Festival of Arts.[3] Another Elder Park
Elder Park
exists in the Govan
Govan
area of Glasgow, Scotland; this urban park was gifted to the community by the wealthy philanthropist widow Isabella Elder
Isabella Elder
and named in memory of her late husband John, a successful shipbuilder.[4] References[edit]

^ "Elder Park". SA History Hub. Retrieved 26 February 2018.  ^ " Adelaide
Adelaide
Symphony Orchestra Santos Symphony Under the Stars". The Adelaide
Adelaide
Youth Orchestras Inc. Archived from the original on 26 February 2015. Retrieved 27 Feb 2015.  ^ "Elder Park". Adelaide
Adelaide
Festival of Arts. Retrieved 27 Feb 2015.  ^ "Elder Park". Clyde Waterfront Heritage. Clyde Waterfront. Archived from the original on 4 November 2013. Retrieved 26 February 2018. 

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Coordinates: 34°55′6.34″S 138°35′54.17″E / 34.9184278°S 138.5983806°E / -34.9184278; 138.5983806

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Parks and squares of the City of Adelaide

Squares

Victoria Square Light Square Hindmarsh Square Hurtle Square Whitmore Square Wellington Square (North Adelaide)

Parklands

North Adelaide

West

#1 "Piltawodli"

Adelaide
Adelaide
Golf Links War Memorial Drive

North

#2 "Padipadinyilla"

Adelaide
Adelaide
Aquatic Centre

#3 "Kandarilla" #4 "Kangattilla" #5 "Ngampa yerta" #6 "Nanto Womma"

East

#7 "Kuntingga" #8 "Barnguttilla"

Along Torrens

#9 "Tidlangga" #10 "Warnpangga" #11 "Tainmundilla"

Botanic Garden Botanic Park Zoo Wine Centre RAH IMVS Adelaide
Adelaide
Uni UniSA

#12 "Karrawirra"

Adelaide
Adelaide
Uni UniSA Art Gallery Museum State Library War Memorial Government House Parade Ground Boer War Memorial Jubilee 150 Walkway Angas Gardens University Oval

Adelaide

East

#13 "Kadlitpinna"

Rundle Park

#14 "Mullawirraburka"

Rymill Park

#15 "Ityamaiitpinna" #16 "Bakkabakkandi"

Victoria Park

#17

South

#18

Himeji Gardens

#19 #20 #21

Veale Gardens

#22 #23

West Terrace Cemetery

West

#24

Adelaide
Adelaide
High School

#25

Along Torrens

#26

Adelaide
Adelaide
Oval Cresswell Gardens Memorial Drive St Peter's Cathedral Light's Vision Old and New Parliament House Adelaide
Adelaide
railway station Convention Centre Festival Centre Elder Park

#27

Torrens Weir Dame Roma Mitchell Gardens Old Adelaide
Adelaide
Gaol Bonython Park City Sk8 Park New RAH site

North Adelaide

#28

Palmer Gardens

#29

Brougham Gardens

Other Parks

The Torrens Linear Park
Torrens Linear Park
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