The Garden of Unearthly Delights is a family-friendly hub of festival season, with plenty of shows for all ages. Under the shade of the gumtrees in Rundle Park, little kids – and kids at heart – can get their fill of comedy, circus, physical theatre, music, sideshows and more.
They’ve also got plenty of room for picnics, pram-friendly front gates, purpose-built parenting rooms, and air-conditioned venues all season.
This year everything is very spaced out to allow for social distancing and QR code check ins are everywhere be prepared to show them upon entry as they are being checked. The main difference this year is that due to capacity restrictions there are not as many options to walk in and watch shows, most will require pre booked tickets, so if there’s a show you want to check out make sure you pre book.
There is still sooo many food and beverage outlets choices this year that even the pickiest of eaters will leave happy and full. After you’ve finished in the garden take a walk over to Gluttony if Redskin icecream and Unicorn fairy floss is your thing!
The sideshow offerings are also endless with plenty of rides to amuse all age groups, and everyone’s favourite the Ferris Wheel is back for another year too.
Overall, The Garden of Unearthly Delights is a must do with the kids this Fringe season and there is plenty to see and do so we suggest allowing at least a few hours to really enjoy it, stroll through, eat and see everything!
More details can be found here including opening times.