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The Quokka enclosure is open and you can walk around and see how the Quokkas live and even pat them. My son loved the mini enclosure and watching them climb and swing in the trees.
The Lions at the Zoo were out but not doing much, sitting in the warm sun having people admire them. We were fortunate enough to see the Giraffes being fed, watching them bend down to eat their food from the keepers.
The Frog enclosure was different with bright coloured poisonous frogs, lucky they were behind glass and couldn't escape. We left the best part of the zoo to last, the huge new playground with so much climbing stuff and slides.
There's even a netted swing to enjoy a swing and a high bridge to climb on. The bridge spans across the park and has a windy slide to go down.
So much fun to be had at this park. The mini in-ground trampolines are fun for the kids to bounce and climb on. We took our pram to the Zoo for the youngest but found you can hire cars to push the kids around in.
Opening Hours: Daily 9.30am until 5pm
Cost: Ticket prices from $19.50
Located: Frome Road near the River Torrens, Adelaide
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