Here’s 21 family bucket list ideas for 2021. Some of them are tricky, some of them are easy, some of them will need you to be brave and all of them will be F-U-N! See how many of these you can tick off over the next 12 months and don’t forget to tag us in your photos while you’re doing them!
Kayak into a secret cave
It’s time to dust off those old kayaks in the shed, or borrow or hire a few and check out our favourite places to kayak with kids in S.A. Click here to find out where this special place is
Complete all 30 stations on Challenge Hill at Woodhouse Activity Centre
Work as a team to crawl, climb, swing and slide your way up the hill. Encourage your team mates and see if you can all get past all 30 challenges. Click here for more info
Find a shipwreck in Dhilba Guuranda – Innes National Park
Find the Ethel Wreck and learn more about some of the other 40+ shipwrecks that lay off this coast. Click here for more info
Drive on a beach
Catch a wave
Whether it’s on a boogie board, SUP or surf board challenge the kids to ride a wave this year.
Get down SA's longest zipline at Mt Lofty Adventure Hub
An adrenaline pumping 324 meter ride through the Woodhouse forest. Are you brave enough?
Spot the Loch Eel at Lake Bumbunga
Grab the picnic rug, a lunch, the bikes and a head on a road trip for the day. The amazing thing about Adelaide is you can leave at 10 am and be back by 4 pm and still see heaps because everything is SO CLOSE! A list of our favourite road trips can be found here
Complete a random act of kindness
Pay for someones coffee, put a present under the wishing tree, donate your time to a charity, pay off a layby, write a handwritten note to your neighbour, buy someone flowers just because.
Get to the top of the Crows Nest at Mega Adventure
Are you brave enough to climb 30m to the top of the Crows Nest?
Go fishing from a jetty
It doesn’t even matter if you don’t catch anything! Throw a line in at Brighton, Henley or Glenelg jetty or one of the many regional jetties around South Oz.
Find the giant squid at the S.A Museum
Watch glass blowing at the Jam Factory
From the viewing platform (safely above the workshop floor) you can see the vats that house the molten glass, the furnaces the artists use to regularly bring the glass back up to temperature, the workspace where they mould and fashion their art and the kilns to fire them once finished. The skill and courage of the glassworkers is incredible to watch. Click here for more info