Where: Corner of Graves and Hay Street, Kadina

Some people think this is the best playground on the Yorke Peninsula, and we’d have to agree it would certainly be up there!
This play space is divided into two areas. The main kids playground area is located in one corner of the park

The main playground is;
– Totally shaded
– Fully fenced
– Close to onsite toilets
– Has “access for all ramps” that are wheelchair accessible
– Equipment in the fenced section includes swings, slides, climbing and balancing, monkey bars, bridges, ladders. There’s lots to keep little ones very happy!

Oh and just in case the play equipment isn’t enough, this park also has a FULL SIZE TRAIN with a ramp to jump in the back. All aboard the Apex Express!

The main attraction of Victoria Park though has got to he the new Treetop Playground that adventurous kids will LOVE! It was completed in late 2018 with a climbing net to the top (9 meters up) and an epic steep, twisty and bendy slide. It’s pretty awesome!
It’s located at the other side of the park near the rotunda (don’t worry you won’t miss it) It’s not far from the fenced playground, but probably far enough that you couldn’t watch kids in both areas at the same time.
Facilities include onsite toilets and parents room, BBQs, shaded picnic/seating areas and great parking. It’s also in the heart of town, right near the local shops so you can grab a coffee, snacks, drinks etc and make a day of it.

Kadina is about 2 hours from Adelaide at the top of Yorke Peninsula, around 20 minutes from Moonta to the South

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