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Tree Climb Adelaide (9 mins from the CBD)

The first inner-city, nature-based aerial adventure park in the city is Adelaide’s TreeClimb, which is tucked away amid the trees, giving visitors and residents a rare chance to immerse themselves in nature while participating in interactive educational components emphasising the value of environmental preservation. TreeClimb’s first objective is to establish itself as one of Australia’s top providers of nature-based tourism and educational programmes by providing 8 elevated tree top courses.

Adelaide Oval (5 mins from the CBD)

Looking for an atmospheric evening? Look no further than the Adelaide Oval, where you can sit amongst dedicated fans and cheer on the Adelaide Crows and Port Adelaide at their home stadium. The Adelaide Oval is an iconic Australian destination known for its world-class events; cricket, footy, concerts, functions and more. The stadium, which is regarded as one of the most beautiful athletic venues in the world, is distinguished by its heritage scoreboard, century-old Moreton Bay Fig Trees, and grassy Northern Mound. Or, if you’re looking for a more thrilling adventure, strap yourself in and ascend the oval’s famous rooftop for beautiful views of the surrounding area before you decide whether or not to test your nerve at the lean out point, which is 50 metres above the ground!

Adelaide Dolphin Sanctuary

Not a fan of heights? Don’t stress because the Adelaide Dolphin Sanctuary has gotten you covered! Providing a home to one of Adelaide’s best-loved creatures, the Bottlenose Dolphin, this sanctuary provides a place for these underwater beauties to eat, play, socialise and live. The sanctuary is one of the many gems found in Adelaide, and is perfect for the entire family. The sanctuary, which is only 20 minutes from the city, is home to 300 frequent visitors in addition to around 40 resident dolphins and a 10,000-year-old mangrove forest. It’s not just dolphins who live there; it’s also home to sting rays, seals, and sea lions, all of which are plainly visible. So why not join us, swim and admire these amazing creatures, and try your hand at paddle boarding, fishing, and watching dolphins and birds?

The Beerenberg Family Farm

You’re hungry? Visit the Beerenberg Family Farm in the Adelaide Hills with your blankets and picnic supplies. The picturesque farm is still maintained by the sixth generation of the Peach family, one of Australia’s longest family-owned manufacturers of jam, condiments, and sauces. The Beerenberg family farm, which is open year-round and offers the best opportunity for choosing your own strawberries, is the ideal place to spend a beautiful afternoon with the whole family. The finest months to choose from are February, March, and April, making it ideal for that long-awaited Easter break. After you have finished picking all of the natural and fresh food, head over to the farm cafe, which serves a delectable all-day menu that highlights the region’s products.

Big4 West Beach Parks

Just seeking some quality time with the family? There’s no need to worry, as the Big4 West Beach Parks are situated over 1.2 kilometres of breathtaking beachfront. For any budget, there is a selection of sites in addition to roomy self-catering cabins. The Big4 is the ideal lodging for a family vacation because it offers a tranquil atmosphere, a resort-style lagoon swimming pool, a zero-depth water play area, jumping pillows, barbeque areas, play equipment, go karts, games rooms, and an on-site cafe. It is also rated higher than most resorts in the area.

Rundle Mall

Who doesn’t enjoy shopping every now and then? The hub of Adelaide’s dining, shopping, and entertainment is Rundle Mall. With more than 400,000 residents and visitors each week, it is Australia’s longest and busiest mall. Rundle Mall, which is positioned halfway between the city’s bustling east end and west end and is close to some of Adelaide’s best dining and entertainment districts, hotels, and commercial establishments. The Adelaide Oval, the Adelaide Central Markets, and a number of galleries and museums are also within walking distance. Rundle Mall is a hive of excitement and entertainment, making it the ideal Easter getaway!

Adelaide Zoo

Visit the Adelaide Zoo to enter a different world. It is one of the most recognisable sights in the city and is home to more than 2,500 animals, including 250 different types of fish, birds, reptiles, and exotic and native animals. Experience a significant aspect of South Australian heritage and social history in this vivid sanctuary and calming green metropolitan oasis. It provides the best and most personal zoo experience possible, with a dash of wonder, fantasy, fun, and surprise.

Monarto Wildlife Park

Couldn’t make it to Africa? Monarto Safari Park is not only the largest in Australia, but one of the largest safari parks in the world. It is an open-range refuge covering 1,500 hectares that plays a significant role in breeding programs for rare and endangered species both domestically and abroad. It is home to Australia’s largest giraffe herd and the first Southern White Rhino to ever live in South Australia. In addition to offering up-close encounters with the animals through programs like Keeper for the Day, Lions 360, Meet their Cheetah, and Meet Their Chimps, Monarto Safari Park is less than an hours drive from Adelaide and 15 minutes from the Murray River.