Activities include things such as the Bonython Park Nature Activity Hub which is a fantastic new refurbished playground near the kiosk serving a range of food and drinks.
At the SAPOL Learn to Ride Centre children can learn how to ride their bike in simulated traffic conditions, complete with road signs and traffic lights. Then finish the day with a sausage sizzle at one of the nearby barbecue spots.
While you are in the city and finishing off one of your day of activities, do yourself a favour and grab a fantastic bite to eat at the River Cafe and Red Ochre Grill. This place is personally one of my favourite places to eat in Adelaide.
Whatever itinerary you choose, or whether you do them all, the whole family will enjoy going from place to place and experiencing a whole range of fun and relaxing activities. It will get everyone out of the house, away from technology and getting some fresh air.
Have you ever tried to cut your child’s hair? Any parent who has will know that it’s hard work – they fidget, squirm, freak out at the site of scissors and get bored easily. Luckily, Hair by Rebecca Hairdressing in Modbury caters to both KIDS and ADULTS!
Save the Children op shop at Glenside will be holding a three day clearance sale in October with plenty of interesting items for sale including vintage and retro clothing, furniture, homewares, pottery, books, plants, electrical, clothes, books, bric-a-brac, toys, games, vinyl, tools and collectable