CWK eMAG ISSUE 01 Issue #1 - Page 10

Things to do FOR KIDS IN ADELAIDE that you might not have heard of... 1. FAMILY FRIENDLY WINERIES The fact that South Australia has some of the best wineries in the World is no secret BUT did you know that many of our wineries are family friendly with playgrounds, farm animals and children’s menus. Check out this kids only tasting plate on offer at Z Wine in the Barossa Valley! Visit our friends at www.wineykids.com.au for more great tips on where you can take the whole family to enjoy the best of SA’s Wine Regions. 2. HAHNDORF Located in the beautiful Adelaide Hills just 20 minutes drive from the CBD, Hahndorf is a fantastic spot for a day trip. Spend the morning with the baby animals at The Farm Barn, shop for and eat all things German on the Main Street and while you’re there don’t blink or you’ll miss The Hahndorf Fairy Garden - don’t forget to ring the bell on the way up so the fairies know you’ve arrived. 3. st kilda playground Adelaide has HEAPS of fantastic playgrounds BUT if we had to pick just one St Kilda with its awesome arrangement of huge slides, flying fox, wooden pirate ship and range of other cool play equipment for families of all ages would be it. For a perfect day out you can even catch the tram from the Tramway Museum just down the road. The museum has over 20 historic trams that run on the 1.6km track from the Museum site to the St Kilda Playground, where you can disembark and play all day before catching the return tram back to the museum. Visit our website for everything else to discover, eat, learn, play and buy with your Kids in Adelaide 4. monarto zoo The pandas at Adelaide Zoo aren’t our only animal attraction. Monarto Zoo is the largest open range zoo in the WORLD with over 500 animals including chimps, rhinos and lions. You can even hand feed the giraffes! 5. LAKE BUMBUNGA 2 hours north of Adelaide you’ll find the striking pink of Lake Bumbunga cutting through the scenery. See if you can find the Loch Eel Monster – apparently been there since the 70’s and made from rubber tyres, makes for a cool pic! www.kidsinadelaide.com.au page 10