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Adelaide Park Lands Guided Walks Resume

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Australia is a beautiful country with many places to explore in your own backyard.
Exercise and learn history at the same time

The monthly guided walks conducted by Adelaide Parklands Preservation Association (APPA) is resuming after some months of suspension due to COVID.

This month's July walk will be held at Bonython Park on Saturday, 18th July at 2pm. Participants are requested to meet at the Bonython Park kiosk. It is a 2.2km walk with a duration of approximately 2 hours. Sturdy footwear is recommended.

Bonython Park, or named Park 27 by the APPA, is the largest of the city's named park covering an area of approximately 17 hectares. Come and learn about the park's history, its treasures and the role it plays in the culture of Adelaide city from the APPA President himself.

The guided walk is open to the public. It's free for APPA members and a gold coin donation for non-members. Registration is required on Eventbrite.

These walks will be held monthly at different parks across the city. For more information on future walks, visit their website.
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Why? Learn about history of Park
When: 2 pm, 18th July 2020
Where: Bonython Park, Adelaide
Cost: Gold coin donation
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