Waterparks in South Australia

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Main, diving and two leisure pools with slides and interactive features.
Victor Harbor
From Golf and Go-karts to the Water slides and Archery, or how about a paddle on an Aqua Bike or a spin on a Moon Bike?
Wander at your leisure among kangaroos, wallabies, emus and waterfowl. Many of the animals in the park are free to roam the open spaces. The animals are accustomed to people, meaning you can pat and feed them.
Cudlee Creek
Feel a snake, see the dingo's being walked, touch a bird and pat the koala! Impressive animal and bird collection with hands on opportunities.
A protected bush wildlife habitat, offering free entry, interactive animal shows, nocturnal walks and a sunset tour specially designed to cater for families with very young children.
Over 1,800 animals and 300 species to visit, including 120 creatures in the hands on Kids' Zoo. Plus a new world-class Education and Interactive Centre.
A unique blend of a conservation park, national park and zoological park, featuring special viewing platforms, keeper talks and award winning visitor centre.
Victor Harbor
Reptiles on display include salt and freshwater crocodiles as well as venomous snakes, pythons and lizards. Walkthrough aviaries provide close interaction with birdlife and you can hand feed the kangaroos and wallabies throughout the park.
Wildlife and farm animals available for interaction, with educational edge to keep older kids interested.
Kangaroo Island
A great number of rare and unusual animals, plus hand feed the friendly kangaroos, walk through aviary and koala cuddling.
Learn how chocolate is made from their raw cocoa beans, carefully selected from plantations around the world. View their quality chocolates in the making and then of course enjoy a taste or two! Free tours.
Visitors are invited to wander and watch a traditional range of sweets and chocolates being made using heritage equipment.
Explore the toy factory and see how traditional wooden ones are made, feed the tame and friendly animals and get a certificate for climbing the world's biggest rocking horse!
3 colourful levels of exciting, interactive fun that will captivate the imagination. Includes a safe toddler zone.
Golden Grove
Offers a multi level soft adventure assault course spread across the building with all the fun classic features one expects from modern softplay including slides and tunnels, bridge and scramble nets, balls and bouncy stairs and plenty more besides!
Multi level main playframe for older kids replete with exciting features from slides and tunnels to bridges and ball pools via some serious climbing! They also feature a dedicated and enclosed area for under 3s with gentler versions of all the fun.
Salisbury East
Allows you to relax over a cup of coffee as your child enjoys active socialising in this colourful, multi level interactive play facility.
Christies Beach
Indoor adventure playground with thrilling multi level mainframe for under 12s and a dedicated area for under 4s, plus gaming stations and a carousel!
Indoor adventure play for all! Exciting multi level main frame for big kids, and dedicated toddler zone for small ones.
Mt Barker
Their playframe is deliberately designed large enough for parents to go on with their kids, so it doesn't have to be the usual separated affair where you watch them have fun from afar!
Glenelg North
Multi level indoor adventure playground providing numerous fun activities which will consume children’s imaginations, and energy, for hours on end!
Fully air-conditioned indoor adventure playframe plus a jumping castle, slides, flying fox, ballpit and seperate toddler play area with ride on toys and mini cars!
One of Australia's greater art collections, featuring paintings, sculptures, prints, drawings, photographs, textiles, furniture, ceramics, metalwork and jewellery. The huge range of mediums helps keeps kids interested and encourages their own artisti...
Port Adelaide
The oldest nautical collection in Australia offer hands-on, interactive experiences and has a reputation for welcoming children.. They offer a great ancestor tracing service for kids working on a family tree.
Facilities with children in mind here include pull out drawers in exhibition galleries for that feeling of discovery; computer interactives to bring the stories to life and fascinating Detective Trails of discovery you can pursue through the exhibiti...
Excellent collection with features from fire engines and a road train to a toy car gallery, which also has a Kids' Space well stocked with toy and model cars for under 5s to play with.
Nearly 40,000 art works in permanent and temporary exhibits, plus a monthly families only session.
Port Adelaide
Over 100 vintage rail exhibits with interactive and educational displays plus an extensive model railway.
Port Adelaide
The oldest nautical collection in Southern Australia, with exhibits including shipwrecks, ship portraits, model ships, ship figureheads, lighthouse and steam boat collections.
Five floors of fascinating displays including a four storey giant squid in an elevator shaft.
The Art Gallery of South Australia has mastered the art of having fun with START at the Gallery.Its FREE and provides an exciting introduction to visual art for children aged 5-10 and their families. So bring your budding artists along for a brush ...
Within walking distance of the city centre, this historical garden features an exceptional Victorian gardenesque landscape complemented by outstanding plant collections, cultural collections and garden buildings. An enchanting walk round for children...
Showcases an extensive collection of water wise plants from Australia and South Africa; features a Naming Walk for kids to learn about botanical labels, and a gorgeous butterfly garden.
Artistic sculptures are hidden around the gardens for kids to find, and the summit is more than 710 metres above sea level providing spectacular panoramic views.
Water tours to either watch or swim with dolphins, with such plentiful numbers and a relationship with the local pods they offer a money back guarantee.
A simple informative tour around a natural phenomenon or some thrilling family adventure caving: it's up to you!
Noarlunga Centre
A super fun combat experience for kids over 6, where the whole family can join in! An action packed day out in Adelaide for those adrenaline loving families!
Vivonne Bay
Suitable for all ages they offer a fast, thrilling and safe race down the dunes on Sandboards, Performance Sandboards and Toboggans.
Public open skate sessions are regularly available, with some speciality sessions set aside and lessons available in several skate types. They also run snow play sessions here which are great fun and something very different for families to enjoy.
Holden Hill
Climbing tuition and experiences from age 4, over 13 to belay. Bouldering and all height climbing routes available.
Local history exhibition and multi media interpretive facility plus a mezzanine gallery which features a changing program of visual art exhibitions .
Torrens Park
Offers the usual comforts, concessions and modern programming, but is especially welcoming of children, in particular during their babies' sessions which are also great for young children.
Mt Barker
Offers the usual comforts, concessions and modern programming, but is especially welcoming of children, in particular during their babies' sessions which are also great for young children.
Offers the usual comforts, concessions and modern programming, but is especially welcoming of children, in particular during their babies' sessions which are also great for young children.
North Adelaide
Offers the usual comforts, concessions and modern programming, but is especially welcoming of children, in particular during their babies' sessions which are also great for young children.
Gepps Cross
An unusual experience for modern kids, this drive in movie theatre offers your kids their own private space to fidget and whisper with impunity while watching modern programming on the big outdoor screen.
Kids over 10 and their families can experience their first time on flight deck! Spend the day experiencing what it's like to soar over some incredible sights with Flight Experience!
Victor Harbor
A professionally trained guide exposes the secret lives of penguins for your family, who can also observe seasonal behaviours such as feeding chicks, nest building courting and mating.
North Adelaide?
Share a tranquil moment with the family gliding silently across placid waters; take in the sights, the birdlife and perhaps mum and dad can even indulge in one of Australia's finest sparkling wines along the way!
Scenic farm railway ride with interactive railway features around the property, plus the animals and some activities.

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