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Jeanswest Fits Holidays: Things to do in Adelaide

As we officially welcome the spring school holidays, it’s the perfect time to get out and explore your city. In our series of school holiday blogs, we’ve put together some of our favourite ways to keep the kids entertained these holidays. Take a look for fun things to do in Adelaide…

Above image courtesy: South Australia, Glenelg Beach.

Glenelg Beach

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There’s so much to do in Glenelg, Adelaide’s most popular city beach. Go for a relaxing walk along the shore, explore the shops, cafés and galleries along Jetty Road, or take the kids to The Beachouse – a fun-filled amusement centre with dodgem cars, waterslides, arcade games and more! While exploring Adelaide’s favourite seaside destination with your little ones, wear a playful wrap dress, comfy sandals and a pair of drop earrings.

Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park

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Visit the Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park to get up-close and personal with some of Australia’s unique wildlife these school holidays. Located three kilometres past Parndana in the centre of Kangaroo Island, the park is home to over 150 species of native Australian wildlife and over 600 animals. Feed kangaroos, get cuddly with koalas and watch the penguins play, in a hands-on safe and friendly environment. After you’ve fed the animals, grab a table at the park café for lunch or bring along snacks and sandwiches and enjoy a picnic. For more information visit: www.kangarooislandwildlifepark.com

 Holey Moley

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Perfect for date night or a fun day out with the family, sink some holes at Holey Moley – Australia’s most unique mini golf course and cocktail bar. Each of the 18 holes is home to a creative theme, including The Simpsons’ living room, The Upside Down room (where everything is, you guessed it, upside down) and the Iron Throne room – a sure winner for Game of Thrones’ fans. Swing and putt your way through this crazy course in distressed boyfriend jeans, a playful top and comfy sneakers to ensure you bring your A-game! We recommend booking in advance, as sessions sell out quickly. Get your tickets here: www.holeymoley.com.au/locations/adelaide

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