Are you slowly running out of play spaces where the kids can tire themselves out and you can kick back with a coffee and brief, beautiful moment of uninterrupted thought? Fear not.
The Barossa Council today revealed the arrival of a highly anticipated new adventure park for families in the heart of Angaston.
Barossa Adventure Station has something for kids of all ages — including the big kids at heart!
The adventure park features a multi-level place space including a mega tower and play deck, 1km mountain bike loop, heritage elements, attractive open spaces, skate ramp, fitness stations, and plenty of picnic spots.
Not to mention a zip-line, accessible trampolines, a bouldering wall, and half-court basketball. You could spend an hour or the whole day!
Best of all, Barossa Adventure Station is just a short walk to Angaston where you can discover bespoke regional offerings at many cafes, cellar doors, restaurants and providores.
The $2.5m development at Angaston Railway Precinct opens Saturday, 4 July 2020 as part of The Barossa Council’s Big Project.
You can find Barossa Adventure Station on Washington St in Angaston.
For more information, follow the Barossa Council on Facebook.