with 30 kilometres of coastline from seacliff to north haven on your doorstep, a beachside getaway beckons these school holidays. 

The best thing is that you don’t need to travel too far from home for a weekend away with all the trimmings ... from fabulous food and wine, shopping and family fun.

Top 10 Things to do in Adelaide Beaches these school holidays

  • The Beachouse is a family favourite with its heated waterslides, bumper boats, upgraded mini golf, dodgem car and arcade games.
  • Ride the Giant Ferris Wheel in Moseley Square for a birds eye view of the coastline.
  • Try something different on a guided Glenelg Foreshore Segway Sensation SA tour.
  • Bounce the massive indoor trampoline park that provides an adrenaline rush for all ages!
  • Mega Adventure Park is adventurous fun for all ages and all fitness levels.
  • Stand up Paddle SA at Seacliff or Adventure Kayaking SA at Garden Island.
  • Zone Bowling Woodville - 26 bowling lanes complemented by 40 arcade machines, a laser tag facility.
  • Grab some popcorn and take in a movie at GU Filmhouse boutique cinema.
  • Discover history at a museum - Bay Discovery Centre Museum, National Rail Museum, National Maritime Museum.
  • Children can run free on the beaches, foreshore playgrounds and throw in a fishing line from Brighton, Glenelg, Henley or Grange jetties.

 Where to Stay for Beachfront Views

 Upcoming Events 

  • Enjoy High Tea by the Sea every Saturday and Sunday at Stamford Grand Adelaide and Chocolate High Tea for the kids during April.
  • Experience Radicool Reptiles at the Bay Discovery Centre Museum Glenelg April 16, 19, 22 & 23.

Find out more ABOUT family fun

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