Fun and Exciting Things To Do In Near Adelaide with Surf & Sun

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Top 10 Things To Do With Kids Near Adelaide

Top 10 things to do with kids near Adelaide

Adelaide is a family-friendly city, with lots of playground options, parklands and attractions to keep little minds busy and your wallet happy. Aside from the city's picturesque views, there are also alist of adventurous activities in Adelaidethat will make your stay more fun.We have compiled a list of Top 10 things to do with kids near Adelaide which includes some old favorites and a few lesser-known gems so you and your family can explore this great city.

Kangaroo IslandA great adventure that starts with a ferry trip, Kangaroo Island is a must-see with stunning beaches, natural landscapes and no shortage of animals to see such as koalas, penguins, kangaroos, sea lions and bird life.This trip is a highly recommended family destination, head over toAdventures Beyond's websiteto see their value packages.

Surf GromsWhat is it?Surf Gromsis a National Development Program started by Surfing Australia aimed at kids 5-12 years of age.Your kids can join the fun with Surf & Sun who have been operating at Middleton for more than 12 years. They are alsoteaching surfing lessons and tips to those people who wants to learn how to surf.

South Australian MuseumThe Museums permanent galleries will fuel discovery and learning.From Ancient Egypt, to minerals and meteorites, to world mammals theres plenty for kids to see.The Museum is wheelchair and baby-stroller accessible, has a parents room, cafeteria, toilets and shop.

Feeding ducksWhat child doesnt love to feed ducks, swans and other bird life?Adelaide is home to many great parks and wetlands that are popular for picnics, and family outings.Some suggestions of Adelaide spots suitable for feeding ducks are Apex Park Wetlands, Wittunga Botanic Gardens, Woorabinda Lake Reserve and the St Peters billabong at the LG Perriam Memorial Oval.

CyclingAdelaide is a cyclists haven with well-marked cycle pathways, and a sprinkling of routes off-the-beaten track.Fleurieu Adventuresis a local South Australian company where you can hire bikes and pedal your way around the sights.

Fort GlanvilleJust 16 kilometres from Adelaide city, Fort Glanville is one of the best preserved colonial forts in Australia.They stage monthly re-enactments of military activities such as cannon firing. A visitor centre has displays and historical artefacts related to colonial defence.The fort is accessible to all visitors and has onsite car parking, toilets and barbeque picnic areas.

Cleland Wildlife ParkWho wants to cuddle a koala?This South Australian tourist attraction gives you the chance to feed kangaroos, wallabies, and emus in a natural setting.They also offer night walks so visitors can learn about the nocturnal animals you may even see a Tasmanian Devil getfed!

Aviation MuseumLocated at Port Adelaide, this is a fun place for families with good facilities including baby change rooms, gift shop and toilets.There are lots of planes on display, with many open for cockpit access so your kids can pretend to be pilots.

Whale watchingIt wouldnt be a Top 10 list without mentioning whale watching. From June to September, the waters near Victor Harbour are inhabited by Southern Right whales that come here to mate and give birth. Victor Harbour has been thebest place to watch whales while surfing.Join a whale watching tour for a once in a lifetime experience watching whales basking in the warm waters.

Naracoorte CavesAs South Australians only UNESCO-listed World Heritage site, the parks caves have preserved fossils for the past 500,000 years.There are walking tours of various caves including a Bat Cave, or you can try your nerve at adventure caving, crawling and walking through vaulted chambers and rock passages.

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