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A-Z Bucket List Kids in Adelaide

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One of the many great things about Adelaide is its accessibility. One minute you’re in a bustling, exciting city, and then in 20 minutes time you can be relaxing in the sun on some of the world’s most beautiful beaches… we all have our favourite spots, suburbs and secrets but I bet you there is at least two items on Kids in Adelaide A-Z Bucket List your family has not done yet!  Grab a marker and circle your next little (or big) outing in Adelaide!

A is for
Airport Landing and take off watching at the fab birds eye view on Tapleys Hill Road

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B is for
BBQ at Belair National Park

C is for
Carousel at Semaphore foreshore

D is for
Drive Inn night at Wallis Cinema Drive Inn

E is for
Eagle Mountain Bike Park. 22 kms of designated bike trails to suit every type of bike rider.

F is for
Football. A Crows vs Port Adelaide showdown at Adelaide Oval is an experience!

G is for
Ghost Tour at at the Adelaide Goal

H is for
Haigh’s. Visit the Haigh’s Visitor Centre and book in for a tour, you might even be lucky enough to score some free samples!

I is for
Icecream at the famous Coffee Barn and Gelateria in Moonta

J is for
Japanese Gardens (Himeji) on South Terrace

K is for
Kuitpo Forest exploring

L is for
Lake Bumbunga. Visit this pink lake only 2 hours from the city.

M is for
A visit to the Mortlock Wing at the State Library

N is for
Night tour at Adelaide West Terrace Cemetary

O is for
Oz Asia Festival

P is for
Port Elliot Bakery treats (sausage rolls and donuts are the best)

Q is for Quirky
pick the Quirkest sounding show at the Adelaide Fringe and take a gamble!

R is for
Rainbow Tunnel. Can you find it?

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S is for
SAHMRI Tour Building aka the Giant Cheese Grater!

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T is for
Tree Climbing in The Adelaide Botanic Garden

U is for
Underground Cave sleepover in Coober Peedy

V is for
Victor Harbor Day Trip

W is for
Whispering Wall at Barossa Valley

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Y is for
Yorke Peninsula Road Trip to go Shipwreck hunting.

X is for
XXXL ride at Royal Adelaide Show

Z is for
Zipping down the flying fox at St Kilda Playground

Jenn

Jenn is a Mum of two boys and a wife of one boy. She has one of the best engagement stories ever. Ask her about it one day.

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