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Rymill Park/Murlawirrapurka Playground

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If you like your playgrounds in beautiful locations, this one is for you!

This playground is located in very pretty Rymill/Murlawirrapurka Park, on the Eastern end of Adelaide city. Equipment is a combination of regular playground swings and slides with some fun rope climbing nets, swinging monkey bars, climbing wall and a cool round spinning net that kids will love.

There’s lots of lush green grass to run on, sit on and picnic on and also a big sandpit so bring your trucks and diggers.

Things to know

The pond is right there and the playground is not fenced so please keep your eyes on your kids in case they wander off, and please don’t feed the ducks. I know it’s a fun thing to do but bread is not good for them.

There’s no shade over the playground equipment BUT there are lots of big shady trees around so you can escape the sun between plays if you need to

The playground floor is bark chips. I don’t know about you but my daughter HATES bark chips. Shoes are probably going to need to be worn.

There are toilets and BBQ facilities near by and also lots of park benches scattered around. This is a brilliant spot for a picnic so pack your snacks or a bbq lunch and plan to spend a few hours.

Bring your scooters and bikes. The paths are great for all aged kids on wheels and a great spot for a pram walk.

It’s right next to Gluttony so if you visit during Fringe you can pop out the back gate for a play pre/post Fringe show.

Image credit: Loch & Quay Facebook

If you visit before April 2019 grab a coffee, snack, Popsicool iceblock (SA made) or even a wood fired pizza from pop up cafe “Loch & Quay”
They’ve taken over the old Rymill kiosk for summer and their location is picture perfect!

Where: Rymill Park / Murlawirrapurka (Park 14)

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Roxy

Mum of 3. 6 year old Winnie and her new baby sister Ziggy who was born last year and one 4 legged sausage dog called Frank David. I work from home with my own graphic design business and love watching this little community of Kids in Adelaide-ers grow

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