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Ray Street Reserve – Findon

Find it at: Ray Street, Findon Ray Street Reserve in Findon is a great little neighbourhood reserve and playground located at the rear of the Findon Shopping Centre and Findon Library. Grab yourself a coffee and a book, then take the kids to burn off some energy! Some of the features we noted included; Heaps of parking at the shopping centre car park Sheltered picnic table Play equipment (including toddler swing, slide, swing set and some...

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Dampier Reserve Findon

Find it at: Dampier Avenue, Findon Dampier Reserve at Findon is great a central neighbourhood playground and reserve for the kids to discover (don’t forget to bring the racquets!).  You’ll find the following facilities: Nature play Sheltered picnic tables Two tennis courts Play equipment  Basketball ring Public toilets Not a bad little back street playground which if you are a local, is a great little spot to tire the kids out...

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Bowman Park Nature Play Crystal Brook

Find it at: Bowman Park Road, Crystal Brook The incredible new nature play space at Bowman Park Crystal Brook is now open! The photos below just look incredible and we can’t wait to head up and have a look on our next road trip. Designed and built by the uber talented folks at Climbing Tree Consultancy (Simon has been promising to show us his shed…which we expect will be EPIC!), built in only 9 weeks (meanwhile painting a toy box...

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Dehli Avenue Hillcrest Playground

Find it at: Delhi Avenue, Hillcrest Check out the new Delhi Avenue Reserve playspace in Hillcrest which is now open. This new cool little playground features an adventure play space, slide, swing, climbing net, hanging bars and loads more. The locals love the addition and it is a fantastic improvement in the space. Alongside the playground there is a new nature play area and new half court surfacing. Total cost of this new playground was...

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St Clair Skate park

The next stage in the fabulous St Clair Recreation Precinct has opened and wow it is very impressive. As part of the Stage 2 works (more info at the council site here) at the Recreation Precinct facility, the new skate park is MASSIVE! Our kids loved the skate park but the little ones may get a little overawed by the size (and it was packed when we went) with some of the older skate boarders flying around, it had a bit of an adult vibe when we...

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Living Kaurna Cultural Centre

You may have lived down south your whole life and driven past this place a thousand times, without even realising it was a mere metres away on your daily commute! Located just to the west of the South Road mega freeway junction at Darlington and accessible from Sturt Road near the Police Station, this hidden gem is an absolute must. For the Kaurna people of the Adelaide plains, this site is a traditional ceremonial meeting place still used...

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Roxby Downs – Hermit Street Nature Play Space

Find it at: Hermit Street, Roxby Downs The Hermit Street Nature Play Space in Roxby Downs opened to the public on Thursday 7 May 2020 and doesn’t it look fantastic! The aim of the redevelopment was to provide a recreational space that encourages the community of Roxby Downs to embrace the Roxby Downs environment and for children to utilise their imagination to enjoy a range of outdoor developmental activities.  It was also...

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Sturt Reserve Murray Bridge

Find it at: Charles Sturt Drive, Murray Bridge The Sturt Reserve at Murray Bridge is a belter and well worth the trip up the freeway. Located on the foreshore of the Murray, it can get a tad (very) windy at times but if you time it right, you won’t find a more beautiful spot to spend the arvo. The playground itself is massive, in fact you would be hard pressed to find a larger undercover playground anywhere, with several playgrounds enclosed...

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Ferryden Park Reserve

Find it at: Montrose St, Ferryden Park Located on Montrose St at Ferryden Park, this little spot has just had $155, 000 spent on an upgrade which is now open! There is new play equipment including a rubber softfall mat, slide, bouncy buggy, trampolines and double swings. They have also installed two new park seats and a new drinking fountain!

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Peter McKay Reserve, Kilburn

Find it at: Just off Churchill Road, Kilburn At a cost of $150 grand, the Peter McKay Reserve (Just off Churchill Road….about a stones throw from Costco) upgrade is open and ready to go. With new equipment including a double slide, climbing frame, trampoline and carousel, plus rubber matting all around, it looks a cool little park. Council have also mentioned planning for shade which would be a great addition!

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Playgrounds coming to littlehampton and blakiston

GRANT SUCCESS FOR LITTLEHAMPTON AND BLAKISTON $800,000 has been earmarked to upgrade Miels Park and the Glebe Land in Littlehampton and Blakiston. Council recently announced that funding has been secured in a joint council/State Government project.Miels Park will benefit with improved parking areas, footpath and pedestrian safety that will be integrated with existing sports courts, playground and amenities. Proposed works at the Glebe include a...

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Blakes Crossing Adventure Playground

Find it at: Main Terrace, Blakeview Located at Main Terrace at Blakeview, this is a really popular playground and oval with the locals (it is actually a shared facility with the Blake’s Crossing Christian College using it during school hours). The playground spans 2 areas on different sides of the road with equipment for kids of all ages to enjoy. The new adventure playground and oval spans over 1.4 hectares and features a variety of play...

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Aston Hills Adventure Playground, Mt Barker

Find it at: Seymore Drive, Mt Barker There are a heap of new developments up at Mt Barker (only half hour from the city I might add) and with the expansion has come a bunch of brilliant new playgrounds and other play-spaces. The bonus of Barker is aaaallllll of the space to do all of the things….which sometimes you don’t get down the hill in town. A brand spanking new spot is in the Aston Hills development on Seymour Drive Mt...

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00’s Family Movies to Watch

By now, which just checking my calendar is about the 720th of March, we are all pretty much qualified teachers and for someone who kept getting caught up by the 3 feet rule in netball, I am getting damn good at judging a metre and a half (I also give a really good stare if someone at Woolies doesn’t on their X in the check out line too!). Who knows when this madness will end. Who would have thought that after the Tigers broke my heart in 2017...

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Tiger King Review (WTAF)

Where: Netflix When: NowBingeability: High – 7 x 45min eps.Short Version:Oh. My. God. What the hell did my eyeballs just consumeSuitable for Kids: NO NO NO WAY! How is it humanly possible to describe this insanity? Lets go with this. Do you enjoy;True CrimeNature docosJerry SpringerUS American reality shows on HayU where people have like 5 wives but its pretty much just a cult.If you answered yes to one or all of these questions then do I...

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90s movies Your Kids Need to See

Welcome to week 3 of the school holidays 2021 style. A new government initiative, the extended school holidays are designed to test a parents will and stamina, until the breaking point is reached. Some of you may not even know what day it is anymore, with some days blurring into one long fight between tiny versions of yourself over who touched who first. Bliss. Then there is kids face timing each other. All of the day. Every day. I would like...

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Francis St Reserve, Bedford Park

Find it at: Francis Street, Bedford Park This is actually, a cool little playground. The equipment is all new and modern, with several big sets that suit your little tackers as well as your aspiring teen ninjas. I can also attest that the equipment will hold over 100kg of clumsy climbing parent.  It incorporates some great nature play features which Mr 5 loved (especially the chain and bucket pulley system to move sand around the place), as...

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AA Bailey Reserve

Find it at: Neville Avenue, Clarence Gardens The upgraded AA Bailey Reserve playground at Clarence Gardens is finished and it. Is. Fabulous! Where do we start with this must visit spot.  Firstly, it is basically 2 playgrounds in 1. Everyone loves a double playground right! Playground 1 is a fully fenced area, designed more for the little kids, with sand play, swings, a pirate ship and more. A fantastic little set up on its own, but then with...

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Tregenza Oval, Linden Park

Find it at: Laurel Avenue, Linden Park Sometimes all you need for toddlers is a little iddy biddy fenced and shaded spot with a few playground bits and pieces and a great big oval next door. Stunning Tregenza Oval at Linden Park is like a little Oasis amongst the backstreets of this leafy suburb. A small fenced and shaded playground sits off to the side of the oval, but the equipment is mainly a few small pieces for the little kids to climb...

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Blackwood Hill Reserve

Find it at: Trevor Terrace and Craigburn Road, Blackwood Who loves a double playground? Of course you do! Blackwood Hill Reserve, funnily enough located up in the backstreets of Blackwood next to the footy club, is a huge complex offering not only the use of the pristine footy club oval (dare say Saturdays it may be busy in winter though!), but cool little playgrounds on either side.  What you might find cool like we did, is apart from the...

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