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#2 of 31 things to do in Port Adelaide
Great events - Free entry at port festival, Kids day is fun even for adults!
A wide range of railway exhibits and plenty of interative things for the children, including a miniature train and a model railway.
#1 of 31 things to do in Port Adelaide
Great place to visit with the whole family Something for everyone A great family outing with lots of historical artefacts
An amazing collection of South Australian history and a fabulous place for both adults and children.
#3 of 31 things to do in Port Adelaide
Highly recommend any time of year for families but particularly during port festival.
Fun, interactive, kids really enjoyed it.
#4 of 31 things to do in Port Adelaide
River views, sailing ships, dolphins, interpretive signage, murals, seating areas, a big playground for kids, heritage listed buildings.
Bounce Marleston 7.6 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Marleston
Easy to book, easy to park, staff are very friendly, the whole process is easy... kids love it ... good coffee, but would love to see some healthier options for adults to eat.... thank you
Love Bounce, children are always happy and that makes it Awesome!
Henley Beach Henley Beach 6.0 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Henley Beach
Dog friendly, child friendly, oldie friendly, kayak friendly, stand up paddle board friendly, bike friendly, jogger friendly, walker friendly, pram friendly....
White sand and very little seaweed, usually calm and very clear waters for swimming and when the tide is out there are little pools that form, perfect for young kids to play in.
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Adelaide Botanic Garden Adelaide 7.8 mi away
#4 of 229 things to do in Adelaide
Botanic Gardens is within walking distance from all Hotels in Adelaide CBD centrally located with amazing trees and plants to enjoy plenty of picnic areas and ducks for the children well worth it if you just to ha...
For all lovers of beauty this gardens has it all the very best flowers trees the best walks great to take your partner for a romantic walk or if your a family person it's great place to take the children also.Best...
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Adelaide Oval Adelaide 7.2 mi away
#5 of 229 things to do in Adelaide
this oval is just fantastic for atmosphere during sporting events & concerts easy access to Oval great facilities and easily accessible when inside very family friendly & inclusive for people with disabilities als...
Visiting friends and family in Adelaide ,organised it so we could go to a Adelaide Crows game It was great it is easy to get to by public transport then a short walk Easy to get into well designed and a great setu...
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Adelaide Zoo Adelaide 7.6 mi away
#22 of 229 things to do in Adelaide
Great for kids and adults, they have an excellent Huge playground there, which is fun and breaks it up for the kids, easy to get around, clean, great set up and of course the Panda's are beautiful.
Absolutely loved all the animals but the hippos and pandas were my favourite, staff were so friendly and the food was well priced to be affordable for families, would definitely recommend and go there again!
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The Rundle Mall Pigs Adelaide 7.7 mi away
#20 of 229 things to do in Adelaide
Great fun to have these cute pigs in the middle of the pedestrian shopping area to make shopping a fun experience for the kids and adults alike!
Awesome statues situated along the Rundle Mall in the Adelaide CBD, pigs in bins and sitting alone, climb on board and get a great photo, the kids will love them.
#6 of 229 things to do in Adelaide
Travelling clockwise and anticlockwise on routes around the city makes navigation easier especially if you have young children in tow.
Great for young children as they really enjoy travelling on the Bus and tram.
River Torrens Linear Park Trail Henley Beach 6.4 mi away
#2 of 5 things to do in Henley Beach
Walked along here with the kids, and easy walk.
You can do short on long walks .Good for kids .
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Adelaide Central Market Adelaide 7.9 mi away
#7 of 229 things to do in Adelaide
Beautiful food, friendly service, amazing choice - it sure beats our local market in Sydney but then I can remember going to the Central Market with my elderly relatives as a child and being mesmerised.
The Market is a meeting-place for friends, a catch-up for coffee and a chat, cooking demonstrations, impromptu concerts - a 10 year old violin virtuoso one week, a class of primary aged kids singing and dancing th...
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Henley Square Henley Beach 5.2 mi away
#3 of 5 things to do in Henley Beach
Beautifully designed shelters and timber seating with lush lawns and a nice clean wide beach and jetty make this a great place to have dinner with friends and family at the beach.
The square is recently upgraded and the fountains are great for kids and adults alike.
South Australian Museum Adelaide 7.7 mi away
#16 of 229 things to do in Adelaide
Great old building in a wonderful location (Adelaide CBD edge sharing strip with Government House, public parks and universities), easy to get around in a couple of hours and enough to entertain the children as well.
Really enjoy visiting this museum, great for kids and adults, excellent attractions and history.
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Semaphore Jetty Semaphore 1.4 mi away
#1 of 10 things to do in Semaphore
The bike and walking track is a joy to use, with adult exercise machines at intervals and the fact that there are grass areas between the road and beach with car parks make it an easy place to visit with families...
Loved visting here went for a long walk along front of beach and down the jetty they have plenty for kids to do .play
West Beach Adelaide 4.2 mi away
#43 of 229 things to do in Adelaide
PARK AREA Great playground for kids - huge flying fox - Climb Gym - Fort - Ample seating ESPLANADE Clean Open paths Walking or cycling Clean public toilets CARPARKING Well signed with ample parking and handicap pa...
There is a small family of bottlenose dolphins who visit this beach each morning and on most afternoons/evenings - much to the surprise of many swimmers.
Odeon Star Semaphore Cinemas Semaphore 1.2 mi away
#3 of 10 things to do in Semaphore
The children enjoyed the experience as well and ticket prices a flat $7 - considerably less than the big complexes Afterwards a stroll down Semaphore Rd and the playground, amusements on foreshore make for a great...
Having a small family owned cinema is a wonderful luxury in the local village.
Chinatown Adelaide 3.7 mi away
#44 of 229 things to do in Adelaide
Entire street is filled with good food... i love this place for ice creams.. we often go with kids....
We traveled 500 kilometres from the country to visit family and attend a conference.
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Migration Museum Adelaide 7.6 mi away
#25 of 229 things to do in Adelaide
We found it very interesting and very educational I will suggest anybody who is visiting Adelaide who wants to see a bit of a Heritage visit the site if you've got children so they can see how it was bring them al...
Awesome guided tours for kids as well.
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Westfield West Lakes West Lakes 2.6 mi away
#1 of 7 things to do in West Lakes
Churchill Centre Adelaide 4.7 mi away
#79 of 229 things to do in Adelaide
The food court has a bit of everything from sushi to bagels and the coffee is great too. it has a playground in the middle , good for mums and dads to chill with a coffee while kids can play .... Also it has Cosco...
Reading Cinemas West Lakes 2.6 mi away
#2 of 7 things to do in West Lakes