1. Nestled at the foot of the Adelaide Hills, Rezz. is a local landmark that has been serving the people of the north east for more than 150 years.
Here you can enjoy a coffee or host a mothers group morning.
Every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in the cafe from 9.30am-11.30am you will receive a free babycino and marshmallow with every coffee purchased. There's also kids activity sheets and crayons along with three play areas to keep the munchkins happy.
If you decide on lunch instead then check out this delicious cafe menu or perhaps indulge in fine dining in the bistro.
Rezz offers mouth-watering Mediterranean inspired food, wood-fired pizzas, indoor and outdoor dining, a bar and three secure children's play areas.
The children’s play areas are security camera monitored and replayed on the TVs throughout the cafe, enabling families to enjoy delicious food, coffee and drinks while kids are safely entertained.
Why not take the group to the Rezz Mumz & Bubz Morningz to meet other mums ever Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 9.30-11.30am in the cafe.
Breakfast – Saturday & Sunday 8.30am-11am
Lunch daily – 11.30am-2.30pm
Dinner daily – 5.30pm-8.30pm
20 Hamilton Terrace, Newton SA 5074
Contact: (08) 8337 2888
Returning to exercise after having a baby can be daunting. With all the new responsibilities if it's your first born, or the extra responsibility of a new infant alongside your other children, it can be hard to make the move back into exercising.
Grab a friend or a group of friends and get healthy together while socialising and making new friends.
These classes are run by a physiotherapist and are suitable for you and your baby up to 6 months old. Older children may be welcome in some classes, but must be supervised.
Classes run for around 45 minutes and focus on pelvic floor and abdominal muscle rehabilitation.
Building Blocks Physiotherapy run Mums and Bubs Movement classes at the following locations:
Beulah Park - Fridays 2pm
Thebarton - Friday 2pm
Clearview - Wednesday 3pm
$15 casual fee with no membership or joining fees
Call or text Claire on 0449 721 699
Bookings are preferred but not essential
4.Origin Coffee Bar is run by the Victory Church. Apart from having a FREE playground that's the equivalent size to a play cafe, the food is awesome.
It's modern, fresh and open with the playground being in its own separate room. With a well priced menu, they offer all day premium breakfasts and goodies such as bruschetta, focaccias, waffles, in-house daily made muffins and wagu beef burgers, which are welcomed to break up the monotonous norm of nuggets and chips.
5.Cafe de Grove is located in the Garden Grove nursery in Golden Grove. You can relax upstairs with cake and coffee while overlooking the beautiful nursery, or sit down in the alfresco area while the children play on the cafe playground.
Café de Grove offers cakes and pastries, freshly brewed coffees, hot soups, schnitzels, gourmet burgers, pasta dishes, fresh salads, sandwiches and rolls.
Group bookings are more than welcome at Cafe de Grove and can be easily arranged by using their booking online option. After your meal browse the shop and nursery that has everything you need for your garden and outdoor areas.
Mon-Sat 7:30am to 4:00pm
Sundays 9:00am to 4:00pm
Kitchen closes 3pm daily – Cake and Beverages including coffee still available.
1150 Golden Grove Road, Golden Grove
Phone: 08 8251 9933
6. Baby Friendly Cinemas in Adelaide will make sure you never miss out on taking your children to see a cool new movie. Adelaide has a range of baby friendly cinemas with weekly sessions that allow you to go along and enjoy a movie without fuss.
Bring Your Baby session times can vary between locations. Please be sure to check with your local cinema for screening times. They offer a Bring Your Baby Multi Pass which entitles you to five movies for only $40.
Details: As a guide, sessions are generally Monday, Wednesday and Friday starting between 10am - 12:40pm.
7. Get out of the city and take a day trip up through the Adelaide Hills to Cudlee Creek and the Gorge Wildlife Park. It's only about a 50 minute drive from the Adelaide CBD and beautifully refreshing driving up through the windy roads, tall trees, reservoirs and small quaint towns.
You will be amazed at the range of animals and wildlife that they have in this park. Minus the African Lions and Elephants this park is on par with the zoo.
See all your favourite Australian animals such as:
Feed the Kangaroos and Wallabies
Cuddle one of the Koalas
Exotic animals such as:
A vast range of birds, some in enclosures but many free flying
Reptile House with Snakes, Lizards, Frogs and more
You can also hold a Koala and get your photo taken daily at 11.30am, 1.30pm and 3.30pm.
On the last Sunday of each month between 12.30pm – 3.00pm a group of keepers bring out a variety of animals, birds and reptiles giving visitors a chance to feel a snake, see the dingo’s being walked, touch a bird and cuddle a guinea pig or rabbit.
Open daily from 9am – 5pm (Except Christmas Day)
Children (3-15 years) $10-00
Student & Concession $14
Family Passes start at $46 (2 Adults & 2 Children) with $8 each per extra child