It appears that our patience and weeks of entertaining the kids from home has finally paid off.
With South Australia officially moving to Stage Three in easing COVID-19 restrictions on Monday, which you can read about here, many of our favourite destinations, which have remained closed over the last few months, are FINALLY able to reopen their doors.
Parents (and young at heart adults) – put away the home obstacle courses and incomplete puzzles, because we’ve put together a list of 10 Adelaide venues that are back open for business from this coming Monday, 29th of June.
Without further ado:
The crew at Funtopia in Prospect are super excited to announce they will be re-opening Monday!!! 🎉👏🏻 Limited capacity and social distancing measures will apply. Online bookings will be essential and watch their Facebook page for further updates. They can’t wait to see you all soon when the funbelievable adventures can return 🤸♀️
259 Main North Road, Regency Park
OK, the Adelaide Zoo may have already opened this week… but it’s too exciting not to mention, plus with school holidays coming up, it’s firmly on our list. Did we mention there’s a new baby giraffe to see?
Frome Rd, Adelaide
With the increase of crowd numbers to 25,000 on Monday, bring the family along to an SANFL game on the weekend. Fingers crossed we see the Crows and Port players back soon!
War Memorial Dr, North Adelaide
Welcome back to Bounce! Their Adelaide venue reopens on Monday June 19th so you can rediscover the magic of 2,000+ square metres of Pure Awesomeness.
BOUNCE is the perfect place to run wild, escape the winter weather and unleash together safely apart. They’re excited to be re-opening this Monday and they’ll be loading up the value to welcome you back.
164-168 Richmond Rd, Marleston
Imagination Kidz Play Cafe are very excited to be reopening on Monday the 29th June. 🥳🎈 They will be taking every precaution to ensure their centre is safe for our staff & customers & all procedures adhere to the new COVID SAFE requirements. For full details on their opening hours, head to their Facebook page.
264 Richmond Rd, Marleston
The team at Monarto are nothing short of over the moon to announce that Monarto Safari Park will reopen to the public on Monday 29 June 2020.
Old Princes Hwy, Monarto South
After a long wait, our patience is paying off with Latitude Adelaide opening on Wednesday July 1st! With their Kid Zone, Bounce, Climb and The Grid, there’s plenty to keep everyone entertained, undercover and out of the Winter weather. Their opening hours will be 10am-6pm daily and 9pm on a Friday night.
13-15 Fosters Road, Adelaide
The Beachouse will officially reopen on Saturday, 4th of July. They’re super-excited to be opening their doors again from next Saturday – and they’ll be open every day of the July School Holidays, too. Their opening hours will be 10am-5pm daily. Keep an eye on their Facebook page so they can show you what they’ve been up to these last 3 months. They’ll also be releasing some awesome School Holiday Specials to celebrate the re-opening ✨
The Beachouse will also taking bookings for Kids Birthday Parties, available from the day they re-open! If you’d like to book a Birthday Party, please head to their website at: www.thebeachouse.com.au/parties
They are still confirming all details of their re-opening, so watch this space for all the latest info… www.thebeachouse.com.au/covid-19
Colley Terrac, Glenelg
Giving themselves a few more days to prepare for the kids once they start their breaks, Inflatable World Morphett Vale will be reopening in the July school holidays, and the Salisbury East location will be updating fans on their plans tomorrow.
10 Clayson Road, Salisbury East
205 – 207 Main South Road, Morphett Vale
OUTDOOR AND ALREADY OPEN
TreeClimb has been open in a limited capacity for a little while now, and they operate no matter what the weather, so rug up and go hang out in the tree tops!
Cnr Greenhill Road &, Unley Rd
Head outdoors with the whole family (or book one of their school day camps) at Woodhouse, and experience the famous ‘Woody’s Challenge Hill’ as you crawl, climb, swing and slide your way around Adelaide’s favourite obstacle course. Grab an orienteering map to explore the natural beauty of the property, experience the excitement of the tube slides, try your hand at Disc Golf or just curl up under a tree and read a book.
37 Spring Gully Road, Piccadilly
Check out their new line-up of school holiday adventures!
36 Provident Ave, Glynde
🥳 Get your winter woolies on and come play! They’re open Friday to Monday and following all restrictions as they evolve. BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL 📅 http://www.megaadventure.com.au
4 Hamra Ave, West Beach
Know any others we should mention? Email [email protected]