Bonython Park

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Rating Of Playground added by Natasha, January 8, 2013

This playground has toilets, is suitable for toddlers, has sun shade, is suitable for all abilities, has seats, has tables, has a BBQ, has car parking, is near a bikepath, has a Best playground in Adelaide theme, and has the following special equipment "Baby, toddler, active children and wheelchair friendly. Great playspace with lots of interaction. "

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Port Road
City West Campus, SA, 5000
The new playground is located overlooking the Torrens River. Ample parking is available by entering off of Port Road or walk or ride in from the Linear park pathway.


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Not the place for a quick play - bring the family, meet some friends, take a picnic and make a day of it. Superb play equipment complements gorgeous riverside location. When the kids get bored on the equipment, they can play chasy up and down and around the space, then kick a ball on a big grass reserve, then explore the riverside. Great views and cute kiosk. Plenty of parking and magnificent shade from mature trees. Great day out.

Rating of 5 Review by Mel, January 12, 2016

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Child's reviewLots of climbing things and things for all kids. You can get ice cream and snacks from the shop.

From Dad: it's a brilliant playground. There is a massive range of play equipment for young and old. There are grassy areas big enough for ball sports and FREE BBQ's. sadly no fence between the playground and the river so keep an eye in the kids.

Rating of 5 Review by Kynan, September 14, 2013

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The playground has been designed for all age groups and also allows for wheelchair access. Set within the natural environs of the Torrens River and beautiful open park space of Bonython Park the playground is a must visit for all families. Equipment includes a flying fox, human 'hamster wheel', an interactive water course that runs into a large sandpit (all of which toddlers adore) and various things to climb, spin or swing on. The playgound is also serviced by a kiosk with coffee, icecream and light meals. Children are also able to enjoy waterbirds such as ducks and swans, horses (police horses border the main carpark, boating lake, and a new learn to ride your bike school.

Rating of 5 Review by Natasha, January 8, 2013

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