The City’s Best Playgrounds and Playspaces in Adelaide
The Adelaide Park Lands are home to unique playgrounds where kids and families can be active and let their imaginations run wild. We’ve compiled a selection of our favourite places to make it quick and easy to pick a central playground when staying in or visiting the City of Adelaide.
From climbing equipment and spinning wheels to swings and slides, Adelaide has many fabulous playgrounds bordering the city. From Bonython Park in the West to Marshmallow Play Space in the South, there are playgrounds for all ages and abilities to explore. We have also included a few fabulous play spaces in North Adelaide too.
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West Terrace Playspace
When you’re all tuckered out from adventuring in this playspace, there’s a beautiful creek and pond hidden just a short walk away. If you’re keen to learn a little about the art and ecosystems of the area, kids can follow the Wirrarninthi Education Trail.
Unique play: Large peaked climbing net with slide Traditional play: Small and big swings, slide, play structure
Features: Fully fenced. Benches
Where: G S Kingston Park / Wirrarninthi (Park 23) | off West terrace near Wright street, Adelaide
At Play & Go Adelaide we make every effort to provide accurate information to the best of our knowledge at the time of publication. We recommend confirming times, dates and details directly before making any plans as details may be subject to change.
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