Four of the best PLAY­GROUNDS

SWING, CLIMB, SCREECH, CHASE, RE­LAX, EX­PLORE AND UN­WIND AT THESE FAN­TAS­TIC FUN PARKS

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JU­BILEE PARK AD­VEN­TURE PLAY­GROUND This fully fenced wooden won­der­land fea­tures a tod­dler area, toi­lets, disability-friendly swings, bar­be­cues and plenty of un­der­cover seat­ing. Sit­u­ated just a short drive from the beach, it’s a top way to end a fam­ily day at the sea­side. Salt­fleet St, Port Noar­lunga LOL­LIPOPS PLAY­LAND AND CAFE Don’t let the weather dampen your fun. In­door play­ground Lol­lipops Play­land and Cafe has a four-lane slip­pery dip, pirate ride, ball pit and bouncy cas­tle. There’s also plenty of caf­feine and grub for mum and dad to de­vour. 499 Port Rd, Croy­don, face­book.com/Lol­lipop­sCroy­don BELAIR NA­TIONAL PARK AD­VEN­TURE PLAY­GROUND A wooden fort, log step­ping stones, a tun­nel maze and hol­lowed gum trees are just some of the this play­ground’s perks. It’s a prime pic­nic lo­ca­tion with bar­be­cue fa­cil­i­ties as well as a food truck on week­ends. Belair Na­tional Park, Up­per Sturt Rd, Belair, bit.ly/be­lair­parksa MINKARRA PARK PLAY­GROUND In­cor­po­rat­ing a play­ground, dog park, fit­ness equip­ment and skate zone, Minkarra Park has some­thing for ev­ery hu­man and hound. Let the lit­tle ones loose on the swings while the teens en­joy a bike ride or skate. Cor­ner of Happy Val­ley Drive and Man­ning Rd, Flagstaff Hill

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