A 54 hectare property located in the Adelaide Hills suburb of Piccadilly (around 20 mins from the CBD) There’s so much do to you can easily spend a whole day or if you want to make a weekend of it, you can even camp there!

Activities include
Challenge Hill – crawl, climb, swing and slide your way up the hill as you test your skills and teamwork through the 30 stations on the trail.
Disc Golf – like normal golf but with frisbees and elevated metal baskets
The Labyrinth – giant split-level maze, with a fun fireman’s pole, a slide and 2 flights of stairs adjoining the 2.8m drop from top to bottom tier.
Orienteering – seven professionally designed courses from 1.6 – 2.8km. Maps, and instructions available.  Follow the map, find the marked posts and solve puzzle
Tube Slides – new in 2019 and it has made this awesome outdoor adventure location even *more* amazing! There are two tube slides and they are a bit like a toboggan run without the snow – super fun! Aimed at kids aged 6 years and over BUT thrill seeker younger ones are allowed to ride with an adult. (note: the slides are only open on weekends, including during school holidays – click here to read why)

And while you’re there, if you’re up for some extra Adventure check out the Mt Lofty Adventure Hub that is set up inside of the Woodhouse grounds. They offer even more outdoor adventure including

  • Tree based Challenge Ropes Course
  • Low Ropes course
  • Climbing Wall
  • Beginner, intermediate and advanced Abseil walls
  • SA’s longest Zipline
  • 3 person Mega Swing

The Adventure Hub is an extra charge but well worth it if you’re into adrenaline fuelled fun. Click here for more info

Pack a picnic to enjoy in one of the MANY fields or picnic areas or cook up a storm in the free BBQs. And if you’re camping you can even snuggle up and toast marshmallows around the campfire.

Admission to Woodhouse Activity Centre is open to the public every day including public holidays from 9am-5pm (not catastrophic fire danger days). The facility is available other times for groups by arrangement and Woodhouse facilitated activities including school camps, school holiday day camps and kid’s birthday parties.

For more info, entry prices and opening hours visit

37 Spring Gully Road, Piccadilly. Phone 8339 3333

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