Elder Park on Torrens River, Adelaide
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Elder Park on Torrens River, Adelaide

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Panorama of Elder Park on New Years Day with the Elder Park Rotunda from 1882. Elder Park is a public park in Adelaide on the southern banks of Torrens River a short distance north of the city centre.

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