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Water Wonderland Adelaide | Watersliding fun at Bonython Park | Review

When you drive along Port Road, you really can’t miss the Water Wonderland world that has landed this January in Adelaide. It is apparently the world’s largest inflatable water theme park, so it was definitely worth checking out. What is it like? Check out our pics and videos below for a little taste.
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Fancy Ices Ice Cream | When Science Meets Ice Cream | Review

Fancy Ices Ice Cream Review
Fancy Ices Dessert Cafe is a little hidden gem tucked away in Field Street (off Gouger Street in Adelaide). It’s the first liquid nitrogen ice cream parlour in Adelaide and opened in January 2015. You’ve seen Heston Blumenthal and Masterchef use it in fancy recipes – now you can have your […]

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It’s not your usual Maccas | See What’s Special About McDonald’s Green Fields | Jan 2017

The brand new McDonald’s Green Fields (opposite Mawson Lakes) has just opened in December 2016 and it’s not your usual Maccas. It’s all grown up, with a modern and fresh new look. A little bit upmarket Nordic and a little bit fancy around the edges, with great natural light and soft lighting options.

This section near […]

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SING | Movie Review | In Cinemas 26 Dec 2016

[ December 26, 2016; ]

© 2016 Universal Studios
Illumination Presents SING | In Cinemas 26 December 2016
Play & Go Movie Review
There’s a lot to love about Sing, from the people who brought us The Secret Life of Pets, Despicable Me and Minions.

If you’ve ever watched TV programs like The Voice or Australian Idol and felt your heart swell with joy […]

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Cobbler Creek Recreation Park New Playground & Pedler’s Paddock Bike Trails | Review

Cobbler Creek Playground Review
Cobbler Creek Recreation Park has had a huge revamp and as part of the $1M upgrade it includes a fabulous new playground and bike trails.
Corner of Bridge Rd & Smith Rd, Salisbury East (between Salisbury & Golden Grove) approx. 19 km north of Adelaide CBD.
At Play & Go we do not add […]

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Scroll Ice Cream Adelaide | A Flavour Sensation | Review

Scroll ice cream is a unique ice cream experience with amazing flavours that pop in your mouth.
Inspired by Thai street vendors, Scroll use a cold plate technique – a unique method which is something we haven’t experienced before. They pride themselves in using local ingredients and the result is flavour that you can really taste.
Scroll […]

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How to Make Playdough | Uncooked Playdough Recipe | Messy Play

How to Make Playdough – Uncooked Playdough Recipe
This is an uncooked playdough recipe which is super easy to make.  My playdough recipe testers really enjoyed kneading the warm playdough mixture and said it was good playdough because it was soft and smooth and squishy. They also loved seeing the drops of food colouring gradually mix into […]

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New North Adelaide Playspace | Review

[ October 15, 2016; 10:30 am; ]
New North Adelaide Playspace Review
by Susannah Marks
The new North Adelaide Playspace is situated on the corner of Bundeys Road and MacKinnon Parade.  With a mixture of open space, landscaping, nature play elements, sensory play opportunities and some shady space to sit, it was a big hit with our children (aged between 1 and 9).

It was great […]

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Harry’s Deli at Wirra Wirra, McLaren Vale | Review

Harry’s Deli at Wirra Wirra, McLaren Vale | Review
by Emma Parkinson of Adelaide Boutique Online
Coffee, wine, beer, cider, cheese, cake… these are a few of my favourite things….

After a less than relaxing drive with the kids doing a great impersonation of the Ultra Tune ad’s annoying noise in the back of the car….I discover myself […]

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Commissary Review

Commissary Review | Victoria Park | Open 12 Sep 2016

Commissary | Queen Vic Building, Rose Park
Cafe Review by Susannah Marks
I’d been hearing rumours about a new cafe that was opening up in the Queen Vic building next to Victoria Park. This morning with a few moments to spare, and with a need for my caffeine fix, I decided to pay Commissary a visit.
Commissary sits […]

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Bali for Families | Grand Hyatt Nusa Dua | Review

If you’ve been thinking of going to Bali with kids, but not sure where to go, or planning on heading there soon, this review might help you. We’ve just returned from our first holiday in Bali (and we can’t wait to go back)! After sharing photos, I’ve had many people asking me for details, so […]

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Places to Eat | Bali for Families

Eating Out in Bali  |  for Families
One of the best things about holidays is the food, and also not having to cook! Just being able to enjoy family meals together every day is special as many families are busy and may not get to sit down and eat together at every meal at home. This […]

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Places to Go in Nusa Dua | Guide to Bali for Families

Nusa Dua – Places to Go, Things to Do
As well as all the resort pools and beaches, there are plenty of things to do in Nusa Dua. We stayed at the Grand Hyatt Bali where directly across the road is the Bali Collection Shopping Centre. It’s a large open air shopping complex (like how Harbour […]

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The Cafe – Mulia Resort Bali | Nusa Dua Bali| Review

The Cafe – The Mulia Resort Bali | The Buffet with Two Dessert Rooms
The restaurant at The Mulia Resort in Nusa Dua, Bali is one we will not forget. Every thing about this five star resort has been done on a grand scale. The lofty atrium ceiling in the entrance lobby and huge staircase bring […]

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Pirates Bay Bali | Nusa Dua | Review

Pirates Bay Bali is an outdoor cafe restaurant in Nusa Dua, with you guessed it, a pirate theme.
It’s an outdoor nature’s playground with equipment all made from timber, bamboo and ropes. There are amazing tree houses to dine in, and also a huge replica wooden pirate ship. Pirates Bay is full of tall shady trees, […]

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Waterbom Bali | The Best Water Park in Asia | Bali Guide for Families

It’s been voted as the number 1 water park in Asia on Trip Advisor, and I can totally see why. Waterbom is a must visit attraction for families in Bali. It’s a water park with plenty of waterslide rides to thrill all ages.

The first thing you’ll notice is just how beautiful it is. The waterslides […]

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My Family is Weirder Than Your Family

My Family Is Weirder than your Family: Josh Earl | Something on Saturday | Review

 
My Family is Weirder Than Your Family Review
Do you ever feel like you’re the only normal one in your family? That everyone else that shares a last name or a roof with you is just a little bit crazy? Well rest assured that Josh Earl feels your pain! 
Josh Earl, host of ABC1’s Spicks and Specks, […]

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Velo Precinct

The Velo Precinct | Spokey Dokey Indoor Play Cafe | Victoria Park | Review

The Velo Precinct Review
“On ya bike” Lycra optional at The Velo Precinct!
Am I dreaming? From where I am sitting, all three children ranging in age from five to 12 are happily playing outside, the sun is shining and the birds are singing. I am drinking a coffee, eating a glorious bowl of colourful granola, without the normal […]

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Jervois Street Reserve | New Playground at South Plympton | Review

 
The Jervois Street Reserve in South Plympton is now open for play.
After two years of community consultation with local residents, schools and other community groups, the City of Marion are proud to showcase this new park and playground.
A quick look at what you’ll find here:

    Toddler/Junior nature based playground (0-5 years): fully fenced, sand play, […]

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SciWorld Spectacular Pop Up Science Centre | Adelaide Showgrounds | Jul 2016 | Review

SciWorld Spectacular Pop Up Science Centre – Review
The Ridley Centre at the Royal Adelaide Showgrounds was the ideal venue for the SciWorld Spectacular Pop Up Science Centre. As soon as we walked in the door, the kids were off exploring the scientific stations. With over 60 hands-on interactive exhibits from the Questacon “Fascinating Science” and “Science on […]

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50SIXONE Dessert Bar | Hyde Park | Jul 2016 | Review

50SIXONE Dessert Bar | Review
Willy Wonka eat your heart out! No golden ticket required here! My daughter and I have just arrived at Adelaide’s newest sleek dessert cafe, 50sixone.
Yes it’s freezing in Adelaide, and yes I was just after a coffee hit; until we spotted it across the room……the OMG! Snapchat That! One of 50sixone’s ‘Insta-Famous Shakes’. What a sight […]

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Bridgewater Reserve Playground & Heysen Trail | Review | Jan 2017

An afternoon at the Bridgewater Reserve Playground and an adventure along the Heysen Trail
If you are looking for a free, enjoyable activity which gets the kids outdoors exploring for a couple of hours in the Adelaide Hills, then stop at the Bridgewater Mill.
The Bridgwater Playground
The playground has just undergone a transformation which was completed in […]

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Disney's Pete's Dragon

Disney’s Pete’s Dragon | Movie Review | 15 Sep 2016

[ September 15, 2016; ]
Disney’s Pete’s Dragon | In cinemas 15 September 2016
A reimagining of a cherished family film, Disney’s Pete’s Dragon is the adventure of an orphaned boy named Pete and his best friend Elliott, who just so happens to be a dragon.

For years, old wood carver Mr Meacham (Robert Redford) has delighted local children with his tales of […]

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Ballaboosta | Middle Eastern & Mediterranean “traditional soul food made with love” | Jul 2016 | Eating Out Review

Ballaboosta opened its doors just over a year ago and has been getting rave reviews ever since for its delicious Middle Eastern and Mediterranean food.
Set on a quiet stretch of Halifax Street filled with quaint cottages and pretty nature strips, Ballaboosta has become one of our favourite spots for lunch.
We like to go there after […]

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Gazillion Bubble Show | Review | July 2016

 
Review by Catherine Leo
The Gazillion Bubble Show, appearing at the Adelaide Festival Centre from 14-17 July, 2016, is at times a simple, one woman show, featuring a range of delightful tricks… and at other times a theatre-filling swarm of laser beams and literally a gazillion bubbles! You’ll be gobsmacked!
Melody Fang has been blowing bubbles for audiences […]

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