As the largest of the single named parks in the Adelaide parklands, Bonython Park (also known as Tulya Wodli) is a 17 hectare area of green serenity, complete with black swans, a boating lake, and native fauna. It is also the site for many key Adelaide festivals and events including Schutzenfest, the German Shooting Festival, as well as key music festivals Stereosonic, Soundwave and We Love Sounds.

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Bonython Park details

Bonython Park
Port Road

Adelaide 5000

Telephone 08 8203 7203

Restaurants near Bonython Park

The Loose Caboose Café

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Plant 13

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The Deli

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Bars & pubs near Bonython Park

The Forresters and Squatters Arms Hotel

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The Wheatsheaf Hotel

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HQ Complex

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Adelaide Entertainment Centre

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The Governor Hindmarsh

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The Edinburgh Castle

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