From immersive walks through dinosaur-infested territory, to petting zoos, theatre programs and sports days this is our guide to the Winter School Holidays.
The incredible exhibit features preserved giant sloth bones which date back to 1787 and a meterorite fragment which fell to Egypt in 1911.
A heart-warming family feature about building your dreams...and maybe other people's!
With a variety of obstacles and a ton of foam, the run is an exciting challenge for experienced and beginner runners alike.
What's better than a one person tube? Tandem tubes!
Grab your camera and your active wear. We've put together a list of amazing walks right here in our own back yard.
Need help finding a spot to take the family where your tail-wagger can tag along too? The National Parks of South Australia have released a comprehensive list of amazing national parks suitable for both you and your dog.
Woohoo! Did somebody say Live Keeper Talks? This week you can find out all about Adelaide Zoo‘s pelicans with their keeper, Chad. Make sure to have your questions and comments at the ready! 🤔🤔🤔 Also, flick on over to Monarto Safari Park’s Facebook page on Thursday for a Giraffe Safari. Yes, that’s right – a safari direct […]
Overall, Adelaide placed twenty-second in a selection of the 150 most attractive international cities to raise a family, and as a city of great opportunity.
A dream is a wish your heart makes—and we're dreaming of meeting our fave princesses at this castle tea party!
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.
Four Queens. A divided nation. A ruthless pickpocket. A noble messenger. And the murders that unite them all.
It’s 1979 and the world’s first space station, Skylab, is falling to Earth, bringing back forgotten memories of a 12-year old's father.
This week's performance of Annie will showcase the talents of Westminster students from years 6 - 12.
The SA Pantry campaign aims to supply pantry packages full of immediately useful, non-perishable food produce to South Australian families who lack food security.
When Eleni tells her school friends about her yiayia, it begins a conversation about the cultural diversity of all their grandmothers.
Sally and Max's dad buy them a book on dinosaurs but he spends the day buried in the book and missing the real adventure.
Mr Snot Bottom is back again with his delightfully disgusting antics in a brand new show destined to please both the kids and adults alike.
It's an all-singing, all dancing party for tiny people.
If you’ve never heard of Fork on the Road, it’s a celebration of all the wonderful food trucks that pop up around Adelaide at random times throughout the week—except all gathered together in one convenient place, so you can taste foodie delights from each and every one of them! It only happens once a month though, […]