Now that Christmas and New Years are over, be prepared for hearing the kids say "I'm bored" 20 times a day!
It's too hot to go to the park; the cinema's are too expensive; a holiday is out of the question because you've got go back to work again; the aquatic centres are too crowded; and you're sick of staring at your walls.
Well take the kids to an Adelaide park or playground that has water-play activities! Park where the kids can cool off in some fun water activities and if you haven't found one yet, try these below!
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Glenunga Playground The Glenunga Playground offers a great waterplay/sandplay section along with the normal swings, slides and climbing frames. It's fully fenced with covered seating areas and free BBQ.
Located: L’Estrange Street, Glenunga (next to Glenunga International High School)
Glenelg Foreshore Playground The Glenelg Foreshore has been transformed with a huge play area for the children with slides, rope climbing, balancing bridges, swings, water pumps and you can even relax in a lagoon!
Located: Glenelg Foreshore (near the Town Hall & Moseley Square)
Nature's Playground at the Adelaide Zoo When you visit the zoo stop in for lunch and a play in the Nature's Playground. There's an aerial walkway, slides, forts and water jets with a natural creek bed where you can search for frogs and tadpoles.
Bonython Park Bonython Park Hub has a great children’s playspace with flying fox, wheelchair accessible merry-go-round, giant mouse wheel, water play and sand pit!
Located: Port Road, Adelaide (entrance to car park via traffic lights at corner of Port Road & Phillips Street
Bonython Park Video
So there's a few places to get you started on. If you know of any other parks and playgrounds in other suburbs of Adelaide, please post them in the comments below so they can be included and enjoyed too!
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