Springlake Nature Playground, Mount Barker

Hills, Nature Play, Play, Playgrounds in Adelaide

Flying Fox Alert!
You’ll find this playground within the Springlake development in Mount Barker.

This is a small park with a slide, a few different swings, climbing logs and a great flying fox. It’s a really nice quiet peaceful spot, great for kids who aren’t keen on big noisy play spaces.

No toilets and no shade but some nice big gum trees surrounding the park

There’s a great cafe called Pallet about 50m away….one of the finalists in our 2019 Adelaide’s Best Babyccino competition!

Find it in the Springlake development at Mount Barker

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