july 2021 Articles
bastille day at central market

Bastille Day at the Adelaide Central Market | 14-16 Jul 2022

[ July 14, 2022 to July 16, 2022. ]
Bastille Day at the Adelaide Central Market
Bienvenue à La Fête Nationale au Marché!
A celebration of French culture over three days on Thursday 14 July, Friday 15 July and Saturday 16 July, the 2022 Bastille Day celebrations will have something for everyone.

Highlights include FREE live music, a croquembouche cooking demonstration, free gingerbread decorating for kids, roving […]

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Car Park Changes at the Adelaide Central Market | Two on Tuesday Free Parking

Two on Tuesday Free Parking at the Adelaide Central Market
Starting Tuesday 15 March 2022, UPark Central Market will be offering two hours free parking for shoppers every Tuesday morning, with entry before 9am, and $30 or more spent at Adelaide Central Market stalls.
Customers can park for free for up to two hours and take advantage […]

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Ready Steady Go Kids Sports

Free Trial | Ready Steady Go Kids Multi-Sport Program

 
Kids Multi-Sport Program at Ready Steady Go Kids
Ready Steady Go Kids is Australia’s leading multi-sport program for children aged 1.5-6 years. 
The Ready Steady Go Kids program is a physio-designed program and teaches the fundamentals of 10 different sports and develops essential motor skills in a fun, non-competitive environment. Each class is run indoors for 30-45 […]

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WIN a Class Excursion to Adelaide Fringe 2022 | Schools Poster Competition

WIN a Class Excursion to Adelaide Fringe 2022 by Entering the Schools Poster Competition
Adelaide Fringe invites students (K-12) to enter the Schools Poster Competition for the chance to win a class excursion to an Adelaide Fringe 2022 show – thanks to Program Partner 9News!
The winning artwork will appear on the cover of the 2022 Adelaide […]

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Top Council Dog Parks & Walking Trails in Adelaide | Walks, Parks & Barks | LGA

Dog Council Parks & Walking Trails in Adelaide
South Australian councils play an important role in supporting dog owners to be active and social, by maintaining infrastructure such as footpaths, walking trails, parks and gardens, and dedicated dog parks.
Councils provide a number of programs, services and facilities to encourage responsible pet ownership including dog obedience, owner education, discounted microchipping services, waste […]

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Coles Healthy Kicks | Keep Active Videos for Kids

Coles Healthy Kicks – Keeping kids active during lockdown
Coles Healthy Kicks is a fun and entertaining health and fitness program designed specifically to encourage Australian children aged 6 to 12 years old to embrace healthy cooking, mindfulness and exercise.
Below are seven videos that your children can follow with fitness sessions and healthy living tips. The […]

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mindful kiddo

Social & Support Group for ASD and Neuro-Diverse Children and Parents| Kilburn| 2021

 Social & Support Group for ASD and Neuro-Diverse Children and Parents
All children are unique. It is important to build on their strengths and support them through challenges. The same can be said about us, parents and educators. Our own well-being is crucial in guiding children through life difficulties. Mindful Kiddo was created to support both […]

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windmill at home

Windmill at Home (Again)! | Windmill Theatre Co Online Platform

Windmill at Home (Again)!
Windmill at Home is an online platform that hopes to bring a little bit of Windmill joy into your home during lockdown.
Windmill worked closely with their wonderful team of artists and creatives last year to share some favourite stories in a whole new way. Discover a whole suite of stories with Grug, […]

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Online Content & Activities for Kids | SA Museum

  
Content for Connection –  South Australian Museum
Content for Connection is a portal to the South Australian Museum’s stories, exhibitions, programs, research, and more, where you can explore the wonders of life on Earth from the safety of your home. There are activity packs for kids and plenty of online content for kids and adults.
Activities […]

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Fun Activities for kids plus useful covid info

Fun Activities for Kids + Useful Info | COVID-19 Lockdown South Australia

Fun Activities for Kids & Useful Information for Parents During COVID-19 Lockdown
Spending time at home can be fun but during a COVID-19 lockdown, it can also be a stressful time. We’ve included lots of fun activities below for kids to help keep them busy and entertained plus some useful information for parents about COVID-19 testing […]

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shop local sa

Shop Local SA | Supporting South Australian Businesses

Shop Local SA
South Australia’s dedicated online marketplace Shop Local SA is set to help our State’s business community survive lockdown by connecting retailers with shoppers in the convenience of their own home.
As South Australia endures a seven-day lockdown to combat the highly-contagious COVID-19 Delta strain, non-essential retail businesses have been forced to close across the […]

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RAWRQ Kids Poetry Competition

Write “A Poem for Our Hills” Kids Poetry Competition

Write “A Poem for Our Hills” and WIN cash & prizes!
“A Poem for Our Hills” poetry competition sponsored by Residents Against White Rock Quarry enriches our connection with the beautiful Adelaide Hills by inviting children to use their words to express their love for the Adelaide Hills.
There are 6 Carbon Footprint board games to be […]

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Kytons Bakery Native Flavoured Lamingtons | 21 Jul 2021

[ July 21, 2021; ]

Kytons Bakery Native Flavoured Lamingtons
It’s world Lamington Day on Wednesday and Kytons have created two new NATIVE flavoured lamington varieties. Wattleseed and Chocolate as well as Lemon Myrtle and Coconut.
These new lamington fingers are a collaboration between Kytons and SA native ingredient producers, Edible Reconciliation – a celebration of Australia’s favourite cake and native flavours […]

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Light Cycles Illuminate Adelaide

Light Cycles | Illuminate Adelaide | Adelaide Botanic Garden | Review

Review of Light Cycles at Adelaide Botanic Garden 
Light Cycles is a spectacular magical light trail that will leave you feeling as though you’ve stepped into another world. The digital artworks are mesmerising, incredibly beautiful and intriguing and they become more elaborate as the trail progresses past some of the stunning trees and garden features that […]

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Hit the Town Experience Adelaide

Top Things to do with Kids in Adelaide this Winter | City of Adelaide | 2021

      
Top Things to do with Kids in the City of Adelaide this Winter
‘Hit the Town’ for fun family activities this winter, with more than 50 events, activations, festivals and installations happening in the CBD and North Adelaide.
Explore the city’s laneways, parks and playgrounds, or take a scenic trip down the River Torrens and […]

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mindful mums and bubs

Mindful Mums & Bubs Club | Rostrevor

Mindful Mums & Bubs Club
Fun-based mindfulness activities for mums and kids 0 – 18 months at Clay Cup Cafe in Rostrevor.
Held fortnightly on Fridays, sessions are run in the Clay Cup Cafe playroom with plenty of toys. Activities are focused on the babies and mums but also include mindful games and songs for older kids. After […]

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Adelaide Fringe 2022 Poster Competition

Win $3000 in the Adelaide Fringe 2022 Poster Competition

 
Adelaide Fringe Launches 2022 Poster Competition
The global search is now on for the 2022 Adelaide Fringe poster, proudly supported by Principal Partner BankSA. Professionals, beginners, hobbyists and everyone in between are encouraged to submit their designs for this year’s competition which celebrates the diverse and inclusive nature of the Adelaide Fringe, which has been the […]

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Annual Family Fun Fair | National Railway Museum | 15-18 Jul 2021

[ July 15, 2021 to July 18, 2021. ]
National Railway Museum’s Annual Family Fun Fair
This annual event will be be great family fun with all trains running all day, every day; full size black steam engine Peronne, those Adelaide great suburban Redhen railcars, and the very popular small steam engines blue Bub and green Bill! All train rides on the three trains are […]

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Bowman Park Nature Playspace

Bowman Park Nature Playspace | Crystal Brook | Review

Bowman Park Nature Playspace, Crystal Brook
Enjoy a picnic and a play at this beautiful new playspace on your next road trip to the Flinders Ranges.
by Sharon Harrington
Picture perfect setting
On our recent road trip to the Southern Flinders Ranges, we visited the magical Bowman Park Nature Playspace. The space is set amongst centuries old red gum […]

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Stone Hut Bakery | Mid North | Child-Friendly Café | Review

Stone Hut Bakery – a child-friendly café and rest stop in South Australia’s Mid North.
Amazing pies and a great little rest stop en route to the Flinders Ranges. While you are there, take the kids for a stroll around the walk-in aviary and petting zoo. 
by Sharon Harrington
Take a break from driving
When planning a road trip, I […]

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Ended: WIN Tickets to Adelaide Beer & BBQ Festival Family Day

WIN Tickets to the Adelaide Beer and BBQ Festival Family Day 
Adelaide’s Beer & BBQ Festival is back in 2021 from 23-25 July 2021 with a program featuring BBQ, music, beer collaborations, market stalls, kid’s activities and activations.
UPDATE 20 JULY 2021
Due to COVID-19 and the lockdown in South Australia this event has been postponed for a full […]

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blanket adelaide with love

Blanket Adelaide with Love | CityLight Church North Adelaide Winter Appeal | 24 Jul 2021

[ July 24, 2021; ]
Blanket Adelaide with Love – CityLight Church Appeal
Join CityLight Church in bringing some warmth to those in need this winter.
This winter, CityLight Church are appealing for the community to donate any winter items they can and help bring warmth for those in need. Drop off the donations on Saturday 24 July 2021 from 9am–3pm at […]

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Mount Bold and Little Para reservoirs

Mount Bold and Little Para Reservoirs | Opening in 2021

Mount Bold and Little Para Reservoirs – Opening This Year
A reservoir in Adelaide’s north-eastern suburbs and South Australia’s largest reservoir in the Adelaide Hills will be the next two to be open for recreational access.
Mount Bold and Little Para reservoir reserves will both be open for you to explore by the end of the year, […]

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style lounge

Style Lounge Styling Sessions | Rundle Place | Until 25 Jul 2021

[ July 9, 2021; 11:00 pm; ]
Style Lounge Returns to Rundle Place until 25 July 2021
The Style Lounge has returned to Rundle Place and shoppers are invited to book a one-on-one 90-minute styling session for only $30. 
Led by South Australia’s premier stylists Lauren Dilena, Lucy MacGill, Mirella Romano, Zena Najjar and Michelle Beltrame, the one-on-one 90-minute styling sessions will take place […]

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quiet hour

Quiet Hour at Brickworks Marketplace | Last Monday of Every Month

Quiet Hour at Brickworks Marketplace
The shopping centre’s three major retailers, Woolworths, Big W and Tony & Marks, as mall spaces, have committed to going quiet for an hour on the last Monday of every month from 10.30am to 11.30am. The specialty stores have also been invited to join where they can accommodate.
Brickworks Marketplace’s Quiet Hour […]

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Light Creatures Adelaide Zoo

Light Creatures at Adelaide Zoo | Review

 
Light Creatures at Adelaide Zoo – Review
Light Creatures is a spectacular display of giant illuminated lanterns and creatures including jellyfish, pandas, and giraffes at the Adelaide Zoo. It’s such a dazzling adventure to wander the Zoo at night to discover these magnificent creative works as part of Illuminate Adelaide.
Take a look at our pics below […]

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milk neopolitan bar haighs

Limited Edition Milk Neapolitan Wafer Bars | Haigh’s Chocolates | From 7 Jul 2021

[ July 7, 2021; ]
Milk Neapolitan Wafer Bars at Haigh’s Chocolates
South Australia’s favourite bean to bar chocolatier Haigh’s Chocolates have released a new limited-edition chocolate exclusively for World Chocolate Day (7 July 2021).
Haigh’s have created a new twist on classic flavours with its Milk Chocolate Neapolitan Wafer Bar. Layers of raspberry and dark chocolate are matched perfectly with crisp […]

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house party

Sensory Friendly Day Dave Court’s HOUSE PARTY | Praxis Artspace | 11 Jul 2021

[ July 11, 2021; ]
Praxis Artspace invites you to a low sensory experience of Dave Court’s HOUSE PARTY.
HOUSE PARTY is Court’s latest body of work, based off his reclamation of an aging hills home, which will be reimagined through projection onto walls, sculptural pieces, paintings, and virtual and augmented realities, able to be experienced by Gallery attendees, as well […]

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m is for magicians

‘M’ is for Magicians | Hindmarsh | Sep 2021

‘M’ is for Magicians
UPDATE: The ‘M’ is for Magicians show has been postponed due to lockdown. However, plans are under way to bring the show to you in September, please stay tuned for dates at the ‘M’ is for Magicians Facebook page.
Four of Adelaide’s best magicians have joined forces for a spectacular magic show like […]

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froggy days

Tea Tree Gully Heritage Museum Froggy Days School Holidays Activities | 14 – 18 Jul 2021

[ July 14, 2021 to July 18, 2021. ]
Froggy Days – School Holiday Event
Tea Tree Gully Heritage Museum is hosting frog-themed activities during the July school holidays. 
Each room of the museum will feature a frog from a children’s literature and a frog-related activity designed for children and the child within older visitors. There will be hands-on activities, craft, treats and more.

On Sunday you can […]

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Space Jam: A New Legacy | In Cinemas 8 Jul 2021

[ July 8, 2021; ]
Space Jam: A New Legacy 
Welcome to the Jam!
NBA champion and global icon LeBron James goes on an epic adventure alongside the timeless Looney Tunes gang with the animated/live-action event “Space Jam: A New Legacy,” from director Malcolm D. Lee and an innovative filmmaking team including Ryan Coogler and Maverick Carter.

This transformational journey is a manic mashup […]

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The Pulse | Gravity & Other Myths | Adelaide | 28-31 Jul 2021

The Pulse – Gravity & Other Myths
UPDATE: Adelaide season of The Pulse has officially been cancelled. BASS will be in contact shortly to organize refunds for ticketholders.
After a sell-out season at the 2021 Adelaide Festival earlier in the year, The Pulse is coming back to Adelaide at Her Majesty’s Theatre for 5 shows only.
World-renowned acrobatics and […]

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New Bedtime Lullaby | ABC Kids | Starts 5 Jul 2021

New Bedtime Lullaby on ABC Kids
From Monday 5 July 2021, night-time is changing on ABC Kids.
ABC Kids have created a very special new lullaby to help families transition to quiet time and bedtime. The new ‘Tjitji lullaby’ is about singing baby animals to sleep, showcasing our rich and diverse animals and land. This beautiful track […]

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Jurassic Creatures Dinosaur Exhibition | Adelaide Review

Jurassic Creatures Dinosaur Exhibition – Review
Be amazed and thrilled as the greatest creatures ever to walk the earth come alive before your eyes at this interactive, walk-through event. There are also activities galore.
by Carla Caruso
Got a budding palaeontologist in your life? (Hello, Ross from Friends.) Or a kid who’s watched all seven Jurassic films?
Then there’s […]

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Our Story | Sand Painting Exhibition | Tandanya Adelaide | Until 24 Jul 2021

Our Story Exhibition – Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute
Two artists have told their dreaming stories using 40 tonnes of sand, on display at the Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute in Grenfell Street, Adelaide.
Sand painting and drawing has been and still is part of Aboriginal culture for thousands of years. Telling stories about the dreamtime and […]

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NAIDOC in the Mall | Rundle Mall | 6 Jul 2021

[ July 6, 2021; ]
NAIDOC in the Mall
Celebrate NAIDOC week with the community and the City of Adelaide in Rundle Mall.
Join the fun under the Gawler Place Canopy from 10.30am on Tuesday July 6th for an official Kaurna Welcome to Country Ceremony followed by the unveiling of this year’s artwork by emerging artist Keisha Milera.

They also have a free […]

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FOXTEL DreamWorks Channel Launch | July 2021

DreamWorks Channel Launch
DreamWorks channel is now Live in Australia on FOXTEL.
The 24r hour channel dedicated to kids and family entertainment launched on 1 July 2021, offering FOXTEL customers access to the hugely popular content from one of the world’s most recognisable animation studios. The DreamWorks channel currently airs in 34 territories across Asia Pacific, Africa, […]

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Spectrum connect youth group

Spectrum Connect Youth Groups | Fulham | 2021

Spectrum Connect Youth Groups for Autistic and Neuro-Diverse children 
Spectrum Connect runs weekly youth group meetings for children aged 7 to 12 years. Each week the group meeting has a different focal entertainment to give the children a shared experience. More importantly, the group has a range of equipment and spaces to assist them in meeting […]

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Ended: WIN Movie Tickets for HOYTS | Winter School Holidays

WIN HOYTS Movie Tickets
Winter is here, and the movies are calling.
HOYTS Tea Tree Plaza, HOYTS Norwood, HOYTS Arndale and HOYTS Salisbury have a great line-up of movies to choose from and thanks to them, Play & Go have got TWO family passes to give away these July school holidays. 

Movies include:

Buckley’s Chance (PG)
Cranston Academy: Monster Zone […]

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Van Gogh Alive Adelaide

Van Gogh Alive Review | Adelaide | 2021

The Van Gogh Alive exhibition is a unique immersive experience featuring 3,000 of the famous post-impressionist’s work.  It’s different to any other show you’ve seen. 
It’s the experience that’s had 8 million visitors all around the world in over 70 countries and now it’s Adelaide’s turn! 
Instead of a traditional art gallery where you walk around through […]

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