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|On the bike path next to the Torrens River near Park St in Gilberton.||Same place but showing the less fit rider collapsed on the seat.||Standing on the swing bridge looking south towards the O-Bahn where it crosses the Torrens River.||The swing bridge over the Torrens at the site of the old Gilberton Swimming Club (Image below).||Plenty of wildlife to be seen along the way.||An elaborate monument to an early pioneer ...||...plus an angel with a palm frond.||The Parklands near King William Road.||The Popeye wharf in the Torrens lake.||Riding towards the weir.||We parked near the River Cafe, War Memorial Drive.
||It was also nearby to the Par 3 Golf Course, our starting and finishing point.|
from the net... The Gilberton Swimming Club was founded at about the
time of World War 1. The pool where swimming took place was a
sectioned-off part of the Torrens with access steps cut into the
There was a floating pontoon and a diving platform about 7 metres high.
A swing bridge connected the other side of the river and allowed access to the pool for many who lived nearby.