Equestrian Drive Playground Woodcroft

Adelaide Toddler Playgrounds, Play, Playgrounds in Adelaide, South

A beautiful little spot that is amongst suburbia but will make you feel like you are a million miles away from anyone. We were lucky enough to visit on a sensational sunny Sunday and it was such a relaxing visit. With huge trees (I want to say gum trees but with zero confidence in my tree identifying ability), heaps of grass to run around on, seated shaded area and easy on street parking on the nearby back street. No toilets, but lets just say there are a lot of trees and not many people nearby as Mr 6 tried to explain to me.

The playground caters for toddlers with a nice little toddler area and then the older kids have a good sized climbing set up, with some swings also nearby. This is certainly a ‘less is more’ playground with just enough to keep the kids happy but the relaxing environment more than makes up for it.

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