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On Sunday 31st May from 12pm - 2pm, a picnic will be held in Rymill Park in protest over the government's plans to build a 6 lan dual carriage way diagonally through Rymill Park.
It will be a bring-your-own picnic, but it is planned that there will be a sausage sizzle, live music and some key speeches from some high profile people such as Lord Mayor Martin Haese and Senator Nick Xenophon. The event is intended as a picnic / protest event that should be an enjoyable, fun-filled community event in it's own right.
Many of you wil be concerned about the government's planned O-Bahn tunnel on Hackney Road. The current plan will have many impacts including:
Rymill Park will be impacted by:
Please refer to the flyer for more information on the picnic. The Residents set to rally against O-Bahn project at Rymill Park article in the Sunday Mail provides more information on concerns. The government has made limited information available on the O-Bahn City Access project page.
In addition to the St Peters Residents' Association, the following organisations are supporting the picnic rally: Adelaide Park Lands Preservation Assn, Burnside Residents Group, Hackney & College Park Residents Group, National Trust (Adelaide & Inner Suburbs Branch), Norwood Residents Assn, Preserve Kent Town Assn, Prospect Residents Assn, ‘Save Adelaide’s Rymill Park’, South East City
Residents Assn & 'Visions for Adelaide'.