Bike Tracks, Trails & Paths

The title of this page really says it all! Bike Tracks Trails & Paths – yep that’s what you’ll find below. Kids seem to be able to spend ALL DAY on their bikes, don’t they? Don’t they get glute burn like us adults? If you’re family is up for a new biking adventure, scroll below for all the bike friendly paths, trails & tracks across Adelaide & regional South Australia. Many of them are also pram friendly so you can take the whole family for a walk or pedal. Don’t forget the helmets!


Angaston Mountain Bike Loop, Barossa Valley

Part of The Barossa Council’s Big Project this 1km loop is located in the township of Angaston on the corner of Washington and Fife Street. The track features a range of rollers and berms, a wall ride, and timber bridge. TrailScapes are the clever folks behind this project and according to their website this track is “Very much like a little MTB playground in the middle of a town, this unique loop gets “sessioned”, laps after laps...

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Curtis Wetlands Playground

Find it at: Curtis Road, Munno Para Here’s a great play area in the Northern suburbs that you could quite easily spend hours at. There’s plenty of spots to utilise including a playground, large grassed area, picnic shelter and the wetlands themselves complete with a nice flat walking track. The playground area has equipment for all ages, providing fun for the whole family. Equipment includes lots of different climbing walls and...

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SA Police SAPOL Road safety centre

Find it at: Bonython Park, Port Road, Adelaide (Moving to Military Road West Beach in mid 2024) SA Police, SAPOL Road Safety Centre at Thebarton Police Barracks just near the Bonython Park kiosk and playground area is a fantastic spot for young riders to bring their own bike/scooter and helmet and practice their riding skills in a safe environment. The mock roadway helps children to become familiar with correct road signage, pedestrian safety...

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Flinders Parade Reserve, Newton

Find it at: Flinders Parade, Newton Flinders Parade Reserve in Newton is a nice little spot for those in the area who have little ones who love to ride around, but want a safe space to do it. With a great bitumen riding track complete with traffic signs and a few little routes to take, located on a quiet back street this is a good addition to the usual small backstreet playground set up.  The playground right next to the track is a big modern...

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Tangari Regional Park

Tangari Regional Park is HUGE. 60 hectares of natural vegetation and 65 hectares of open parklands huge and is one of the few remaining large open spaces within metropolitan Adelaide. Whether you’re into bike riding, walking, horse riding or even BMX there’s a trail to suit everyone. There’s an easy 2.5 km loop that’s great for walking, bikes and you might even come across a horse. It’s also dog friendly (on leash)...

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Mike Turtur Bikeway

The Mike Turtur Bikeway is a 9.5km one way and follows the Glenelg tramline from South Terrace, Adelaide to Glenelg. It’s a shared use trail for bikes and walkers so please share nicely! It’s bitumen, wide and flat and apart from a couple of spots where it joins up with a footpath, it’s mainly a dedicated path including a bridge over South Rd, making it a great one for kids. It’s well sign posted and and there’s a...

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Windsor/Pennington Reserve

Find it at: Windsor Ave, Pennington Windsor Reserve is a great little playground located in Pennington in Adelaide’s Western suburbs. Bring your bikes and scooters to this one because there’s a great little bike path at this park as well as play equipment, lots of open space, tennis/basketball courts and a flying fox! There are two playground areas to suit different ages. Toddler and smaller kids will love the slides and great set...

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Anna Meares Bike Path

Part of the Adelaide Airport trails network. 1.7 kms from Adelaide Airport to Tapleys Hill Road. he Anna Meares Bike Path is one of three trails that make up the Adelaide Airport Trails network. The other two Adelaide Airport Trails are: Reece Jennings Bikeway, which connects the Anna Meares Bike Path with Glenelg NorthCaptain McKenna Pathway, connect the southern end of the Reece Jennings Bikeway to Netley (with plans to complete the loop back...

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Coast Park Path along Adelaide’s Beaches – Bikeway and Walkway

This Coastal Walk is a collaborative effort between 6 local councils to create a 70km walking and cycling path along the Adelaide coastline that is continuous, from North Haven to Sellicks Beach. The path has most of the sections developed for both walkers and cyclists (still under development in some areas). It is shared access and you can walk or cycle and it is accessible for wheelchairs and prams. One of the wonders of Adelaide is being...

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Loxton Pioneer Playground

Find it at: 4 Tobruk Terrace, Loxton This park was built in 2015 and has been a firm Riverland favourite for kids of all ages ever since. Little kids will love the toddler play area, numerous swings and smaller slides and older kids will have a great time climbing all over the giant rope tower and the 15m paddle steamer climbing feature (the PS Jolly Miller), zipping down the fast slide, spinning around on the mousewheel, riding the double...

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Kentish Green, Para Vista

Find it at: Barina Ave, Para Vista This playground was updated in 2015 and it a really cool little hidden playground gem we were told about by one of our Facebook friends. (Thanks Chris!) This is a nice big open space with room to run around, walking paths, shaded and fully fenced playground, tables and bench seats and even a dirt BMX track.Playground equipment includes toddler and nest swings but most of the equipment is better suited to...

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Aldridge Ave Reserve, Plympton Park

Find it at: Aldridge Avenue, Plympton Park Located in Plympton Park Aldridge Ave Reserve is a great little local playground and suitable for the nearby community or if you happen to be in the area. The playground suits toddler and early school age kids but also has 2 sports courts to cater for the older ones. The curly slippery dip was certainly our favourite and was definitely the reason our stay was extended just that little bit longer with a...

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Mitchell Park Oval Playground

Find it at: Bradley Grove, Mitchel Park Using the existing trees for shade and consisting of a lovely combination of play equipment and nature play this play concept is an awesome addition and enhancement to the Mitchell Park Oval and Sports facilities. The Marion council contributed $235 000 to this upgrade for the community, a major enhancement to the existing facilities the oval currently offers. The playground features an embankment slide...

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Goolwa Skate Park and Pump Track

Find it at: Glendale Grove, Goolwa Is Goolwa Skate Park THE most colourful bowl in Australia? How cool is the artwork all over this skate park. Three local street artists were commissioned in 2017 to go to town with their street art skills, with the aim of preventing crime by deterring unwanted graffiti. We love it! It is a concrete skate park featuring an open bowl, spine, and small halfpipe. Great for beginner and intermediate skaters, BMX...

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Charleston Centennial Park

Find it at: Newman Road, Charleston Charleston Centennial Park is a fully fenced area featuring a playground, bike track, barbecue and large grasses area perfect for ball games. It also has off road parking,  a toilet block and plenty of seating – all the things we love about a good playground! The playground area includes two different slides, a swing set, climbing wall, seesaw and more.  There is no shade cover but trees in...

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Graham Forrest Reserve Nature Playground, Strathalbyn

Forrest nature Reserve Playspace features a large expanse of grass perfect for ball games, although there is no fencing between the park and the quiet suburban streets. There is a fantastic twin flying fox that will keep the kids amused for hours! The playground features one covered and one uncovered slide, a large wooden boat, and a pair of swings. Large boulders and a large log and tree have been turned into a fun, natural playspace. Lovely...

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Smith Creek Trail

A walking and cycling trail connecting Stebonheath Wetlands to Craigmore is providing walking and riding options for northern families seeking healthy and fun activities. New block footpath, with linkages, was recently installed along 4.7 kilometres of Smith Creek from the eastern side of Main North Road to Yorktown Road, significantly extending the trail and connecting it to nearby neighbourhoods and, more importantly, playgrounds. The path,...

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Victor Harbor Holiday and Cabin Park

TALK ABOUT FAMILY FRIENDLY! If you’re looking for the kind of holiday where the kids will be outside and entertained ALL DAY LONG look no further than Victor Harbor Holiday and Cabin Park. Join in the fun or sit back and relax while the kids have a ball! Their brand new resort style pool has now opened! This huge pool is 250,000 litres and 65m around. One half is under shade and there’s also plenty of poolside seating, sun lounges...

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West Beach Skate & BMX Park

We have officially found our favourite skate park in Adelaide and it’s at West Beach Skate and BMX Park (PS – if you know a better one please let us know!). With something to suit just about every level of rider we love that our little beginners can scoot and skate somewhere where they can also watch and learn from those a lot older with awesome skills. Right next to the building that houses the toilets, covered tables and DaKlinic...

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Coorong National Park

Where is Coorong National Park? Located about a 2 hour drive south-east of Adelaide, Coorong National Park protects a wetland of international importance. It is where Australia’s largest river system, the Murray-Darling flows out to the Southern Ocean and is home to over 200 species of birds as well as many migratory birds that arrive each summer. When is the best time to visit? The weather is mostly warm and dry during summer and autumn – it’s...

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Point Turton Nature Playspace and Bike Track

Find it at: The Esplanade, Point Turton The playground section of the park includes nature themed play equipment including: Hill slide Toddler slides Timber frame swings Nest swing Lots of wooden climbing and balancing logs and structures Wooden play “kitchen” Water pump Sand play Another great feature of this park is the bike track built into the hill above the park. Kids will love cutting laps around this track, and you can then...

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Onkaparinga River Recreation Park

Find it at: River Road, Noarlunga Downs Head south this Spring to the Onkaparinga River National Park. The parks are located 35km south of Adelaide. Access to the Recreation Park from River Road, Noarlunga Downs and from Commercial and Sauerbiers Roads, Seaford Meadows. A kaleidoscope of nature’s best with diverse hiking trails to the op of the cliff tops or down to permanent rock pools teeming with life. You’ll see rugged ridge tops and...

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Dove Street Reserve, Thebarton

Find it at: Dove Street, Thebarton Grab some picnic eats from George Street Foodland, Sushi from The Brickworks or a ridiculously good coffee from Mister Sunshine’s or The Deli, Thebarton all very near by, and hit up this little FENCED GEM that we discovered tucked away in the quieter streets Thebarton. Dove Street Reserve has had a ‘do over’ and it’s looking great! We LOVE a flying fox here at Kids in Adelaide and this...

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Harry Bowey Reserve | Salisbury Park

Find it at: Riversdale Drive, Salisbury Park This place is a hidden oasis of trees, fields, open space and paths – you will feel a world away from suburban Adelaide. The first thing to know is that you CAN drive down into the reserve – there is ample parking down there and it is a long way if you are going to park up on the street and walk down. Google Maps gives the address or Riversdale Drive – but really that’s just...

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Weigall Oval Playspace, Plympton

Find it at: Oval Terrace, Plympton This play space was Stage 1 of the $7 MILLION upgrade of Plympton’s Weigall Oval This is another great example of mixing nature based play elements (water play, rocks and balancing logs) with playground favourites (slides, swings, flying fox) There’s wooden structures to climb, ropes to balance on, water to splash in, sand to build in. The natural elements are really inviting and the kids were having a...

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Hendrie Street Reserve Inclusive Playspace, Park Holme

*** July 2020 Update*** Find it at: 120B Hendrie St, Park Holme After being closed for maintenance, the Marion Council have advised that Hendrie Street is open for business again….just in time for the July school holidays! Livvi’s Place has been specially designed in close consultation with the community to ensure no-one is left out, including those with disabilities, and is located at Hendrie Street Reserve, behind the Marion Outdoor...

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Breakout Creek Reserve Glengowrie

Find it at: Just off Beadnall Terrace, Glengowrie Located in the quiet suburb of Glengowrie and right next door to the YMCA this small local little playground opened in April 2018. Great for toddlers and kindy aged kids whilst limited play equipment the overall play space has a variety of things for kids to explore Featuring a multi use climbing frame including rope, bar climbing and a mini rock climb that then leads to the attached slippery...

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Mount Remarkable National Park

A bit about Mount Remarkable National Park A 4 hour drive from Adelaide, Mount Remarkable National Park is an ideal place to take the family.There’s lots of diverse wildlife and campgrounds with good facilities. The park is a popular destination for bush walking, with trails for all ages and abilities and camping too! The mild temperatures from April to October are the most comfortable for walking. It’s also the best time of year to see...

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Linear Park Reserve Hallett Cove (Waterfall Creek)

Situated on Linear Park amongst the walking track this playground has a lovely local vibe and is an awesome spot for the kids to explore and play. The play area includes equipment and nature play and has a nice balance of the two blended together. It includes water and sand play along with a small flowing creek with rocks and logs which allows the kids to get in to nature play. The playground also includes swings ( which includes a baby swing )...

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