We've pulled together a mega list of things to do around Adelaide and South Australia that are kid and family friendly - so you'll never be at a loose end again!
From the awesome crew at Quiz Meisters, who normally provide weekly pub trivia to over 20 venues around Adelaide each and every week, comes a brand new live stream trivia show for primary school aged kids. It’s The No Plan Quiz for Kidz. It’s a mix of Naplan style questions and just general kids knowledge. […]
A dream is a wish your heart makes—and we're dreaming of meeting our fave princesses at this castle tea party!
For the third year, Kids in Adelaide reached out to cafes and babyccino aficionados alike, in an attempt to discover Adelaide's Best Babyccino.
An moving tale that speaks of the power of books to bring people together, as well as helping us remember loved ones when they're no longer with us.
Three different adventures with Judy Moody and all her friends together in one book, especially written for 6-9 year olds.
A large format book for 5-to-8-year-olds, covering a wide variety of trains using different styles of poetry and illustrations.
A funny, eco-friendly, politically-relevant picture book about our need to share, be environmentally friendly, and own up to our mistakes.
If there's one thing Bear knows, it's how to move. And when the music starts up, Bear just can't help grooving to the beat
The story of three friends, Triangle, Square and Circle, and the possible consequences when we don’t follow the rules.
When Amos starts counting sheep, he didn't expect them to land in his bedroom! Now, how is is supposed to sleep?
An award-winning, evocative book for younger readers about a 10 year old girl who finds a baby and decides to raise it.
This week's performance of Annie will showcase the talents of Westminster students from years 6 - 12.
When Eleni tells her school friends about her yiayia, it begins a conversation about the cultural diversity of all their grandmothers.
A finger puppet book about a little fish who loves to play.
A heart-warming story about a young boy who finds a dragon under the stairs and decides to keep it.
An interactive and sensory book for children ranging from birth to age six.
A devised piece by local theatre company The Gemini Collective, based on a true story A Thousand Cranes follows the true story of Sadako Sasaki, a young Japanese girl who died from leukaemia as a results of nuclear weapons being used in World War Two.
Incredible live singing and dancing from Star Academy's 7 to 18 year old performers will have you in awe and ready to Rock n Roll all night long!
A poem for every day of the year, beautifully illustrated, with authors ranging from modern poets to classic writers like William Blake, Emily Dickinson and William Shakespeare.