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Souter Park Goodwood

Find it at: Corner of Albert and Hardy Streets, Goodwood Souter Park Goodwood is a lovely little playground and park area on the corner of Albert and Hardy Streets in Goodwood. The fully enclosed playground equipment is ideal for younger families from crawlers to 5years, while the wide open play areas just outside the fenced area is great for any age to run and play. Inside the fenced area is a ‘littlies’ playground with slide,...

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Twelftree Reserve College Park Playground

Find it at: Corner Richmond & Torrens Streets, Richmond St, College Park Twelftree Reserve is a gorgeous College Park Playground and perfect to take the younger kids to burn up some energy or explore in the outdoors, and would make a perfect place to have a kids birthday party. There are two slightly separated, bark chipped playgrounds – about 15m from each other. The first caters for walking to 3 year olds, while the second caters...

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Woodside Playground

Find it at: Main St, Woodside If you’re looking for a nice playground for school aged kids in the Adelaide Hills, with full facilities then this might be it! Woodside Playground is located right on the Main Street next to the Woodside Oval and sports complex. It has all the usual playground equipment – slides, a small ‘flying fox’, climbing frames and swings all within a fully fenced play area. In addition, it’s...

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Balhannah Playground

Find it at: Onkaparinga Valley Road, Balhannah Balhannah Playground is located on Onkaparinga Valley Road, just outside of the main town. Look left as you go past the shops and you can’t miss it. Situated perfectly between the Balhannah Oval, Tennis Courts and BMX track, it’s the kind of spot you can bring the whole family to no matter what the ages. If you’re after a birthday party location a bit different to the standard...

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A. L. Vincent Playground Bridgewater

Find it at: Corner of Osterley and Oak Avenues, Bridgewater AL Vincent Playground in Vincent Reserve, Bridgewater is one of those hidden local gems that most people would never know about unless you lived nearby, but it’s a superb spot with a reasonable range of play equipment for toddlers to older kids. It’s well shaded by big gum trees for plenty of shelter on sunny days, fully fenced and bark chipped around all equipment for...

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Whimsical Stick People

I absolutely ADORE this Stick People Community  craft idea from Danya Banya. Who wouldn’t want a community of Stick People at their house? We have created many stick people (and toilet paper people!) in the past few years, and, as the girls get older, it’s fun seeing and hearing what imaginative adventures the kids create for their Stick People to get involved in. We have Stick People in the fairy garden, Stick People...

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Dora Gild Playground Clarence Park

Find it at: Churchill Ave, Clarence Park Dora Gild Playground is a great little play space hidden at the end of Churchill Ave in Clarence Park. We have been there a few times and really enjoy it – with plenty of options to keep a range of aged kids busy for a while. It is great for those with older and younger kids as there are separate areas suitable for either the toddler age or 5-9 year olds, but they are close enough that parents can...

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Princess Margaret Playground

Find it at: Corner Canterbury Terrace and Byron Road, Black Forest Princess Margaret Playground, Black Forest, is fully fenced, has lots of grassed area to plonk your picnic rug on and offers bbq facilities too. Awesome for families with kids from 0-5years, especially those with young toddlers and an older child as there is something for a range of ages (up to about 9years) plus plenty of space for a soccer game etc. The smaller kids will love...

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Belair National Park

Find it at: Upper Sturt Road, Belair Belair National Park is a set within beautiful natural bushland and features loads of picnic areas, tennis courts and an range of walking trails. It is an ideal place to get your kids outdoors and active. The park is home to some of the Adelaide Hills significant heritage attractions, including Old Government House and the State Flora Nursery. Situated in the Mount Lofty Ranges, it remains one of the few...

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Humbug Scrub Sanctuary

Find it at: Humbug Scrub Road One Tree Hill Humbug Scrub Sanctuary is located about 50km north-east of Adelaide and is a huge wildlife sanctuary full of animals and wildflowers for kids to explore. It was established in 1905 and is situated in a natural bush setting. The Sanctuary is committed to the preservation of our native flora and fauna and there’s plenty of native wildlife roaming freely in the park. You’ll have the chance to...

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Marino-Hallet Cove Coastal Walking Trail

This walking trail will take you all the way from Marino Rocks through to Hallet Cove, a total of 7.2 kms. The views are incredible and you can stop and head down the stairs to the beach to explore the small sea creatures and ancient rock faces when you need a break. The trail is open to the elements and there are beautiful, sweeping views so you will need to stop now and then to have a look around. This trail has many winding stairs and is...

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Urrbrae House

Find it at: Walter Young Ave, Urrbrae Urrbrae House is an amazing precinct for families to explore- including a museum! It is located on the Waite Campus of the University of Adelaide on land bequeathed by Peter Waite to the University in 1992. The land is used for agricultural research and teaching, as well as an area for public recreation. The precinct consists of an accredited museum, huge gardens, the Coach House and the Waite Historic...

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SA Aquatic and Leisure Centre, Oaklands Park

The SA Aquatic and Leisure Centre is a huge indoor swimming pool facility located at 443 Morphett Road, Oaklands Park. There are many different things to do at the centre but most kids (and adults!) agree that the waterslides are the best part! There is also a gym, creche, lap-swimming pool, cafe, retail store and function rooms. The creche is complementary (gold coin donation) for members only. But let’s cut to the chase- how good are...

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Marion Cultural Centre

The Marion Cultural Centre is a large facility, catering for many different age groups and many different interests. This is a great place to check out for school holiday activities, or even during the week. There’s cabarets, monkey’s playing drums, famous kids singers and authors, art work, books and much more! I’m all for public libraries, and the one at the MCC is fantastic. It has all your needs (including internet,...

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West Torrens Memorial Gardens Playground

Find it at: Brooker Terrace, Hilton The very awesomely upgraded West Torrens Memorial Gardens are one of the city’s beautiful green spaces and are situated off Brooker Terrace next to the Cowandilla (Hamra) Library, and we LOVE the December 2018 upgrade! There are heaps of climbing and swinging options for those with little people who love to climb as much as ours do! One of my faves of the new upgrade is the awesome bridge...

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