Where: Mary Lee Street, Two Wells

Well isn’t this one totally worth the drive out north!

The new playground, Freedom Park, within the Liberty at Two Wells development, is the latest milestone in a $1.2 billion residential precinct way out north. We absolutely loved it when we took the drive to check it out, with our intrepid playground reviewers claiming it as one of the best playgrounds they have visited. High praise indeed!

Lots of fun for all ages and parents will love the facilities, with two BBQ areas (both undercover) and toilets. The kids will love the table tennis, water and sand play, a ripping tube side slide and tower and a whole lot of nature play. The only downside we found was there is little to no shade but we expect that will change as the development’s trees mature.

This is the perfect stop if you are planning a road trip with the kids and we have all the info you need to plan a sensational day out. Why not head about an hour further on and hit up the Barossa Valley! There is so much to do with the fam out that way and we have all the info you need right here. Or how about the Clare Valley? I mean we are sort of spoilt for choice here in SA, so have a look at the best family friendly options in the Clare Valley here.

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