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Redevelopment of Narnungga/Park 25 gets $6.7 million boost


The State Government will contribute $6.7 million towards the redevelopment of Narnungga/Park 25 in the west Park Lands.

Narnungga/Park 25 will offer a place of respite for staff and visitors of the new Royal Adelaide Hospital and will support the new UniSA and Adelaide University facilities on North Terrace.

The park has been identified as a key strategic project aimed at supporting an increased population of workers, students, residents and visitors in the City’s north-west.

Designs will take into consideration the adjacent redevelopment of the South Australian Cricket Association facility and seek to provide an integrated outcome that encourages public engagement with the formal sporting component of the park.

Preliminary concepts for Narnungga/Park 25 are currently being developed in consultation with the community.

Image Caption: The State Government will team up with the City of Adelaide to deliver high-quality and well-designed open space in the Park Lands.

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