With the cool winds of change whipping up around us this past weekend we could feel the end of Summer upon us. This may be our last Summer here in Adelaide for a long time, and whilst that is an exciting prospect, the cool change has reminded us to savour the days and re-experience the places we love the most in South Australia. Our family has always had an affinity for the famous Australian wine region, The Barossa Valley, and since it is right on our doorstep, we packed a picnic and spent last Sunday visiting our favourite spots.
Adelaide is a great city to explore with Kids. There are so many fun, accessible things to do within an hour of the city, and most of them are FREE!
The South Australian Museum
The Museum is located on North Terrace in the city, and entry is free. It is one of our kid’s favourite places to visit, they love the discovery centre and the giant squid among other exhibits. There is always something interactive for the children to be involved in, and the museum regularly hosts events to attract families. Continue reading
We call Adelaide in South Australia home. It is only the fifth-largest city in Australia with a population of 1.23 million. So, as far as cities go, it’s not huge even by Australian standards, but that is both a blessing and a curse for the people who live here.