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    Thread: Somewhere for the kids

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      Lyndie Loue

      Somewhere for the kids

      Hi everyone

      Getting bvery excited as we are coming to Adelaide for a trip next April for a month. Would really appreciate some help regarding places of interest. We have a girl of 8 & a boy of 5, think we should put an itinery together, so has anyone got any suggestions?

      Any help gratefully received thanks you guys


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      Here's a start. My two are a similar age so if/when I think of more, I'll let you know.


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      Lyndie Loue
      Hi Debbie, thanks so much, brilliant help. How long have you been in Adelaide & how do the kids enjoy it? They are my worry & work for my husband is also. But every instinct in me just tells us to go for it!!! Any advice very welcom

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      Dave & Carole
      We have a 5 & 3 year old & favourites so far are:
      Adelaide zoo
      Glenelg - great play area and lovely beach (Beach house is aparently child heaven but have not been here so not sure)
      Fort playarea - Seaford
      Semaphore playarea/water park
      A wildlife park (Cleland good for feeding Kangeroos but pricey to hold koalas - think Gorge may be better but have not been there yet)
      Any beach - they are all fantastic
      Victor Harbor

      Sure others who have been here longer will add more
      Last edited by Dave & Carole; 01-11-2009 at 09:07 AM. Reason: spelling !!
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    5. #5
      Lyndie Loue
      Thank you Dave & Carole,
      This is a reccie trip in preparation for the move so want to pull all the stops out to impress the kids!!

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      Port Adelaide Dolphin cruise
      St Kilda Playground (big slides, flying foxes, pirate ship etc etc)
      Gorge wildlife park
      Beach house, Glenelg (water slides, water bumper cars, video games, mini golf)
      Surfing lessons, Moana beach(you can pay by the lesson)
      Just enjoy the many parks and beaches with free bbq's to use

      Hope that helps
      Jo :0)
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      Lyndie Loue
      Thanks Jo, the kids won't know what's hit them!!


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