AdvertisementTake a walk through Adelaide's rich Kaurna heritage with a Kaurna elder, visiting sites of significance to Kaurna culture and heritage.
The Kaurna people are the traditional owners and custodians of the Adelaide Plains. On this two-and-a-half hour walk, you’ll learn about traditional elders and discover their stories of the past as told through art and word.
The trail invites reflection on Kaurna life before European settlement and explores the impact of this settlement on Aboriginal people.
It takes in sites both within the Adelaide Park Lands and also in the CBD.
Proceeds from the event will go to the Graham F Smith Peace Foundation which produced the Trail, with the help of a grant from the City of Adelaide.
See the trail map here: https://www.experienceadelaide.com.au/blog/kaurna-walking-trail/here
Pirltawardli and Tininyawardli in Possum Park / Pirltawardli (Park 1). Pic: Walking SA.
Yarakartarta Yerrakartarta in the Intercontinental Hotel Forecourt on Tarntantya Wama (Park 26). Pic: Walking SA
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island war memorial in Red Gum Park / Karrawirra (Park 12). Pic: Walking SA
Walking across the Torrens weir. Pic: Walking SA
Tiled mural – "You are standing on Kaurna country". Pic: Walking SA.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Festival Centre, King William Rd, Adelaide,5000,AU, Australia