Melbourne To Adelaide, And Back
Added by Mel, August 31, 2013
Playgrounds along the "fast route."
Very big. Slides, swings, disabled access swing..
Windmill Dr in Lake Wendouree
The wonderful trees are a great feature of this park.
Dimboola Rd (Western Hwy) and Wawunna Road in Horsham
This is a very nice park with a good range of equipment for all ages.
Havelock Street in Beaufort
This lovely new play structure is situated right in the middle of the Botanic Gardens overlooking the lake.
Vincent Street in Ararat
A great spot for all age kids, with good play equipment, and the lake has a nice path around it..
Florence St in Stawell
Nhill is roughly halfway between Melbourne and Adelaide and a great place for a stop.
Western Hwy in Nhill
We stop at this playground everytime we travel to Adelaide, and at around 230km out of Adelaide, it's a good distance for a break for both kids and adults.
Dukes HWY in Keith
Malcolm Terrace in Coonalpyn
This playground is appealing for the whole family.
Mackinnon Parade in North Adelaide
Small, quiet playground away from the main street. Small amount of equipment but nice, peaceful setting.
Progress Street in Kaniva
Disabled swing, all weather shelter, rubber softfall, separate toddler play area, pirate ship: this playground is perfect. And it's near a real bunyip.
Charles Sturt Dr in Murray Bridge
Great Park. Lots of new equipment like a flying fox. Slides, sand pit and swings. Good for toddlers and older kids..
Davenport Terrace in Hazelwood Park
This playground has standard but fun equipment including swings, spiral slide, clatter bridge, noughts and crosses panel and a motorbike and sidecar spring rider.
Firebrace and Bakers Streets in Horsham
Large playground contains a steam train engine and several play structures. Also includes a shaded series of 'blobs' on a rubber surface for babies an.
Railway Terrace in Jervois