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Holiday In Adelaide

There is SO much to do in our beautiful region and we’re here to help you find the best, most exciting options for your family. Whether you’re thinking of day-tripping to beautiful Barossa or Lake Bumbunga, getting amongst nature at Beerenberg strawberry picking farm or the international bird sanctuary, or barracking for the Crows, Port or Strikers, read on to find out more!


Adelaide International Bird Sanctuary

If you love bird watching the Adelaide International Bird Sanctuary presents an exciting opportunity to explore and appreciate birds in their natural habitat. According to the Parks SA website: “The Bird Sanctuary encompasses over 60km of coastline north of Adelaide, adjacent to Gulf St Vincent, Adelaide’s northern suburbs and spans across four local council areas. Within the bird sanctuary sits the Adelaide International Bird Sanctuary...

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19 signs you’re the parent of young Kids in Adelaide

Being a parent in Adelaide has its perks. It doesn’t take long to drive anywhere, reducing the chance of your child falling asleep in the car and having to attempt the dreaded car to cot transition (worse odds than gambling in Vegas), and it’s pretty easy to make friends because you already know half the people in Adelaide already, and if you don’t, then you have at least one mutual friend on Facebook. There are also heaps of things to do with...

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Discover Yorke Peninsula

The Yorke Peninsula is a STUNNING place to visit with the kids. If you haven’t been there yet, you just do not know what you’re missing. Family memories are made here. Only an hour and a half drive from Adelaide you’ll come across beautiful towns like Ardrossan with Pt Vincent and Edithburgh beyond that. Make your way to the end of the peninsula and you’ll be in the spectacular Innes National Park and Marion Bay, or cut...

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Discover Stirling

Being ex-Heathfield High girls it’s no surprise we chose Stirling as the first destination of the Kids in Adelaide Discover Series. Stirling sits a speedy 7 minute drive from the city straight up the South Eastern freeway and has MUCH more to offer than just the most perfect roundabouts in Australia (their roundabout game is really up there, much to the disgust of my Crafers resident sister who thinks there is some serious roundabout...

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Pick your Own Cherries at Plummers

As if cherries at Christmas time weren’t delicious enough as it is, imagine being able to go cherry picking at beautiful Plummers Border Valley Orchards at Forest Range. Plummers have owned the land at Forest Range for 120 years and owners Ian Plummer and son Gavin are 4th descendant growers. The property is 200 acres of apples and 10 acres of delicious cherries. Plummers have 3 cherry orchards along Plummers Rd, named after their family....

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Eagle Mountain Bike Park Crafers

Put the Eagle Mountain Bike Park on your list of things to do! Find it at: Mount Barker Rd, Leawood Gardens If you’ve got BMX bandits, MAMILS, Lycra Lovers or just regular bike riding fans in your family, you really should put Eagle Mountain Bike Park on your list of things to do next school holidays. Eagle Mountain Bike Park has 22 kms of designated bike trails to suit every type of bike rider, from kids and beginners to experienced...

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