Playgrounds in Adelaide

Top Playgrounds in Adelaide, Australia

Playgrounds in Adelaide

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  • EndlessTravels
    Greater Melbourne, Australia35,310 contributions
    Unley has a large number of great playgrounds and this one is another one worth a look if in area. Popular with dog owners as well
    Written 12 October 2019
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  • EndlessTravels
    Greater Melbourne, Australia35,310 contributions
    Another good little playground in this part of Adelaide. Well suited to toddlers due to size of equipment
    Written 13 October 2019
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  • EndlessTravels
    Greater Melbourne, Australia35,310 contributions
    Another excellent playground in this part of Adelaide that is located at the Goodwood Oval and nestled amongst trees.
    Written 13 October 2019
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  • EndlessTravels
    Greater Melbourne, Australia35,310 contributions
    Excellent shaded playgrounds with added bonus of toilets and fences. One of my favourites in Adelaide
    Written 13 October 2019
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  • donpuck
    Adelaide, Australia682 contributions
    Rymill Park, is known as a recreational park, the "Kaurna" indigenous people who use to use the park as a meeting and camping area ( known by the "Kaurna" people as " Mullawirraburka").
    The park is located in the East end of Adelaide. It is a park for everyone, for families, there is a children's playground, an artificial lake, which you use rowboat ( need to be hired) on the lake.
    The park also includes a cafe, rose garden and plenty of green area for children to run around on.
    The park caters for "people who need the use of wheelchairs, individuals who are deaf or have a hearing loss, it also caters for people who are blind or have low vision.
    City workers or shoppers, when they fill like a quiet moment, they go to Rymill Park.
    Written 3 October 2020
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  • gmleech
    Mount Barker, Australia83 contributions
    The playground is new, with nicely landscaped areas. Play equipment is fun for the kids, caters for most ages up to early teens & is a safe place to have fun. All areas of the playground are easily visible, so you can watch the kids from any position.

    Toilets are close at hand too.

    The only challenge comes in finding a park close to the park.

    Overall our experience was good and we enjoyed the views, the playground & spending time together as a family 👍
    Written 9 October 2018
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  • JDLOA
    Adelaide, Australia342 contributions
    While this playground is of a high standard with multiple play options for different aged children, the inner city setting means that it is both crowded and that children can be exposed to unpleasantness from people hanging about on the fringes, engaging in family disputes and drinking.
    Written 28 July 2018
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  • EndlessTravels
    Greater Melbourne, Australia35,310 contributions
    One of 3 playgrounds within Glover Park is located on South Terrace (near Downer Place). Nice fenced playground with convenient parking
    Written 13 October 2019
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  • magpiegirl9
    Adelaide, Australia2,304 contributions
    This playground has the longest slippery dip I have ever seen. It looks so scary I wouldn't go on it. The playground is close to the river so you can walk along the track and muck about in the water. You would want to wash your hands well after though.
    Written 23 November 2015
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  • justAHopSkipAndAJump
    Adelaide, Australia90 contributions
    I love taking the kids to this park.
    It's easy enough to get parking either on the road (time permitting) or at the Aquatic Centre parking next door.
    It's fully (high) fenced in, which means you can let them play without worrying about them running into traffic.
    There are picnic tables and benches, some of which are under cover.
    The toilets are a short walk, next to the Aquatic Centre.
    Its surrounded by green grass, great for picnics.
    It has slides, tunnels, swings, an assortment of things to climb up/on, a small maze, and even a swing for those in wheelchairs (accessible only during Aquatic Centre hours, as they hold the keys).
    Written 4 February 2017
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  • EndlessTravels
    Greater Melbourne, Australia35,310 contributions
    As you would expect from a place called The Gums you are surrounded by gum trees. A great place to come for bbq or picnic. Has self cleaning toilets
    Written 27 January 2018
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  • Paul S
    Adelaide, Australia3,746 contributions
    This reserve is right by the southern extension to Fullarton Road as it makes its way towards Belair. It is a delightful open space with large gum trees. There is easy off-road parking, and play equipment for the children. For adults there is scenery to photograph and enjoy as the Brownhill Creek flows down between grassy slopes. Of particular interest is the old road bridge with its graceful stone arch. This is a lovely place to come for a picnic, or just to visit.
    Written 21 September 2020
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