September 11, 2019

Our Top 3 Picks - School Holiday Activities in Adelaide

School holidays are just around the corner and there are so many great places to visit and events for the whole family to enjoy.

Here’s our top 3 ideas for these school holidays:

1.       Central Markets

The Adelaide Central Markets have a variety of activities for the kids every school holiday ranging from 'Little Market Chefs’ for $18 per session and the popular ‘Market Trail’ for just $9 pre-bookings

 2.       Big Wedgie

The Big Wedgie returns to West Beach Parks with 5 inflatable waterslide including the world’s tallest inflatable waterslide! There are options for kids of all ages including a ‘slip n slide’ for the young ones.

 3.       Adelaide Zoo

The new Variety Children’s Zoo will be opened in time for the school holidays- an amazing play space for kids with interactive zones, located next to the kid’s playground and café.

School holidays can be an expensive time, so here’s a few ideas for FREE activities…

Morialta Falls - First Falls is an easy walk for the kids plus there’s an amazing adventure playground and picnic area

SA Museum – a short walk from the hotel along North Terrace – it’s free entry and has 4 floors full of interesting exhibitions and a discovery centre for a fun, hands on experience.

Glenelg Foreshore – hopefully the weather is warming up for the Spring holidays so why not jump on a tram and head to Glenelg – play on the beach, enjoy relaxing at any of the cafes & restaurants on the square and let the kids keep entertained with the foreshore playground

Marshmallow Park – located on Glen Osmond Rd in the Adelaide Parklands, this park was renovated this year and now includes nature play, a huge slide, climbing frames and water features. Along with shaded BBQ areas, this makes a great day out for the whole family

 

And when you’ve enjoyed all that Adelaide has to offer for you fun filled days out, head to Spice Market Restaurant for a relaxing meal. Kids eat for FREE during school holidays and will be given activity packs to keep them entertained whilst the grown-ups enjoying a well-deserved relaxing dinner.