Opened in 2016 this playground came as a welcome pit stop on our recent Limestone Coast adventure. A modern and spacious playground with stunning views of the Coorong it’s got some great equipment for kids of all ages to run off some energy.

The park has a nautical theme with a real boat to climb in and explore. There’s a huge climbing slide, climbing net, balancing logs, swings and some work out equipment (so you can burn off the donuts you bought from the bakery next door)

With toilets at the playground, seating galore and cafes across the road for coffee and snacks it’s a great spot to stop if you’re staying or travelling through Meningie.

Find it at Princes Hwy, Meningie

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