I hope some of you had the chance to get out in the beautiful sunshine today.
The park was the place to be for many families this afternoon. I took my daughter and her friend down to the Kentish Green for a picnic.
Although I am more than happy that they love fruit and crackers, I couldn't help but find myself wanting a hot sausage on bread with some sauce. So, out comes my phone and I Google the area to try and find parks with BBQ facilities.
They aren't as easy to find on Google maps as I thought, but I stumbled across the Meat in a Park website. It's a very catchy name and very is easy to use. You can search by street or suburb and also use the GPS locator should you be visiting an area of Adelaide that you're not familiar with.
Once you type in your street or suburb, you are taken directly to a map showing your current location and the location of the nearest park with BBQ facilities and any other facilities located in this park. As you zoom out you will find other parks nearby with a BBQ and you can easily click on those locations to see what other facilities they have there.
So over the next few nice days while the weather is nice and before school returns, visit the Meat in a Park website and one, two, barbecue!
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