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Princess Elizabeth Playground

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Located on the outskirts of Adelaide city, on South Terrace is Princess Elizabeth Playground, suited for a variety of ages.

The park is fenced from the road, but not all of the way around. There is a large grassed oval that surrounds the playground, that is ideal for ball games and running around on.



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There's a huge colourful climbing structure with slides attached. The in-ground trampolines are fun to bounce on and there's a great seesaw that spins. For those who are musically inclined, there are drums to play on and bikes to climb.

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There are plenty of areas to set up a picnic or even tables and chairs to sit and eat. Toilet facilities are open from 7am, which includes baby change tables.

There's not a lot of shade so best to bring a hat and a towel as the equipment can get hot on the warmer days.

The Noddy ice cream van makes regular stops if you want to treat the kids or yourself.

Location:
South Terrace, Adelaide

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