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Parkapiki connects you to parks in Adelaide, South Australia and beyond.

Parkapiki is built on a foundation of health and wellbeing.

You can use Parkapiki’s search engine to discover parks in Adelaide and other outdoor places and their features and facilities. Or use it to find people and groups and the activities they do in parks and outdoor places. All the content in Parkapiki is created by our community and Park Pages can cover reserves, playgrounds, community spaces, beaches, walks, bike trails, picnic sites... literally any outdoor place.

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Become a ParkPal

It’s free to join the Parkapiki community and for a small annual subscription fee you can access additional benefits and opportunities. Parkapiki promotes connection and communication between its members through PikiPosts, an advertising-free social networking service for outdoor people. Use it to have conversations with people who like to do the same stuff as you outside. LEARN MORE >>

Introducing Winapiki

And to encourage park visits Parkapiki has created a competition called Winapiki that uses geo-fencing technology to gamify visits to parks. Simply enter the hot zone and complete the entry form for a chance to win prizes. A Winapiki license can be acquired by anyone and is ideal for those invested in community engagement and promoting parks or any outdoor place. LEARN MORE >>

Parkapiki – a world of parks and outdoor places, people and events created by people like you for people like you.

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All the parks and outdoor places in Parkapiki have been listed by people like you for people like you, creating a community connected simply by an appreciation for being outside. To list a park or outdoor place become a Parkpal (FREE); to list multiple parks and outdoor places become a Parkpal Pro
Thanks to our PARKAPIKI PARTNERS
Funded by Office for the Ageing, in partnership with the Department for Environment and Water, Active Ageing Australia and JABA.