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Keith Stephenson Park Playground | Mount Barker | Review

Exploring Keith Stephenson Park Playground in Mount Barker.
A newly updated playground offers it all – fully fenced, accessible equipment, lots of nature play, plenty of shade and toilets nearby.
Review by Claire Davill
The playground at Keith Stephenson Park sits in the large, lush green reserve along Western Flat Creek, close to the centre of Mount Barker. […]

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Mofflin Reserve Playground | Elizabeth Vale | Review

Mofflin Reserve Playground in Elizabeth Vale features a huge beehive-themed playground as the centrepiece of this extensive redevelopment.
Review by Claire Davill
Completed in January 2024, the transformation from paddock to large park has been incredible. There are facilities here to keep you occupied for the whole day, including a playground, nature play area, fitness zone, ball […]

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Tanunda Recreation Park Inclusive Playground | Review

Inclusive Playground at Tanunda Recreation Park
Hidden down a side street in Tanunda is a large, inclusive playground with equipment for every ability level, and facilities for all-day play or a quick stop while you’re in the Barossa Valley.
Review by Claire Davill
This playground is full of thoughtful designs and equipment so everyone can play. There’s a […]

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BOUNCE | Marleston & Greenacres | Summer School Holidays 2023/2024

BOUNCE Greenacres & Marleston
Gear up for more fun these school holidays, at BOUNCE!
With plenty of action-packed activities for all ages, it’s the perfect place to unleash your free spirit.
Whether you want to verse your mates in a dodgeball showdown, or release your inner ninja in X-Park, BOUNCE has activities for all skill levels.

Little adrenaline hunters […]

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Golden Fields Adventure Playground

Golden Fields Reserve Adventure Playground | Golden Grove | Review

The new adventure playground at the extensive Golden Fields Reserve provides a jaw-dropping pair of climbing towers, the longest twisty slide we’ve seen, and lots of other equipment to challenge and entertain kids.
Review by Claire Davill
The two climbing towers dominate the playground, with four levels on each tower filled with climbing ropes and platforms. There […]

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Syd Jones Reserve Playground | Firle

Syd Jones Reserve Playground in Firle | Review
By Claire Davill
From hills and holes to bouncing and bouldering, Syd Jones Reserve playground is a hidden gem in the eastern suburbs.
Hidden away in a quiet residential area of Firle, Syd Jones Reserve playground has a lot to offer. The central play area contains a big climbing frame […]

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