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Kids in Adelaide Playground Finder

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Here’s a page to keep bookmarked. We’ve put ALL of our Adelaide playground listings including outdoor and indoor play centres, bike tracks and skate parks on a Google Map including links to their reviews so you can really quickly and easily find them! We’ve even added in nearby drive in coffee spots so you can pick up a cup of the good stuff on the way!

Click on a park for more details, including a link to a full review of the playground or reserve.

Kids in Adelaide – Our Favourite Playgrounds in Adelaide

It’s really hard to choose just 10 of our favourite playgrounds because we all like something different. Some kids like risky equipment, fast slides and lots of other kids, where as other kids like small parks where they can not feel overwhelmed.  That’s why we try and review all sorts of playgrounds, not just the biggest and the “best” ones.

But if you’re looking for a playground bucket list of the “must do” in Adelaide. These would be our pick

  1. St Kilda Adventure Playground
  2. Morialta Conservation Park Nature Playground
  3. Jervois Street Playground
  4. Bellyett Playground
  5. Glenunga Hub Playground
  6. Hart’s Mill Playground – Port Adelaide
  7. Nature’s Playground at Adelaide Zoo City
  8. Jubilee Playground Noarlunga
  9. Civic Park Modbury
  10. Cobbler Creek Recreation Park


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I'm a Mum of 2 girls (aged 7 and 1) and also one 4 legged fur baby sausage dog called Frank David. I work from home with my own graphic design business as well as lots of KiA hours spent in my home office. My family balance out the work/school hours with lots of beach time, walks, bike rides skates, scooters and surfs. We like being outside.


  1. Dianne

    17/07/2017 at 2:24 PM

    Muzz Buzz at Main North Rd Prospect has closed down.

  2. Kim

    17/07/2017 at 10:20 PM

    Hey Roxy
    I’ve been a big fan (+ my 2.75 yr old) of the Bunnings indoor playgrounds over the last few weeks (while it’s been peeing down). You should give them a try – they come with a mediocre but cheap cafe – you just hang out on the outdoor furniture while your kid goes mental :0)

    • Roxy


      18/07/2017 at 3:30 PM

      Great idea Kim! Thanks for the suggestion.

  3. Amanda King

    19/07/2017 at 10:41 PM

    Hey I just noticed that when I click on the icon at this address – Ballater Ave, Campbelltown – Unity Park, Pooraka comes up. ??

    • Roxy


      20/07/2017 at 9:10 AM

      Thanks Amanda, all fixed 🙂

  4. Amanda King

    19/07/2017 at 10:47 PM

    Also a few great playgrounds are missing – Goldenfields in Golden Grove, Klemzig Gaza, and Cobbler Creek playground at the top of Smith Rd. Thanks so much for putting them all in one spot though, Its awesome!

    • Roxy


      20/07/2017 at 8:56 AM

      Thanks for those Amanda. We’re trying to make our way around the state! All of these are definitely on our “must do” list

  5. Brenna Bishop

    08/01/2018 at 9:06 AM

    The closet listed to Aldinga is Jubilee park..

    Just to name a few, there’s the playground on Emerald blvd, Aldinga.
    Esplanade opposite Jimmies takeaway at the end of Butterworth Road.
    Quinliven Road.
    Symonds Reserve.
    John Nicholl reserve.

  6. Caroline

    23/08/2018 at 2:01 PM

    Can you please add Battunga park in meadows?

  7. Ash Gregory

    31/10/2018 at 9:35 PM

    Bonython Park is a winner for us as well as Apex Park at Hawthorndene.

  8. Infra

    20/01/2019 at 11:15 AM

    You’ve missed one – Plympton Oval playground, South Plympton cnr of Ferry Ave and Milton Ave. Small, but has swing set, slide and nature play elements. Perfect for toddlers! I love the map feature though!

  9. Infra

    20/01/2019 at 11:20 AM

    Also Aldridge Avenue Reserve, Aldridge Avenue South Plympton. Opposite Ralli St. Has Tennis Courts, Basket ball hoop, swings, slide, covered picnic table, even BBQ I believe. Sadly no toilets. Also, huge grassy area for sports.

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