SCHOOL HOLIDAY guide
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.
- Immerse yourself at the Alpine Winter Festival with an open air ice rink, ski lodge, immersive art installations, markets and scattered fire pits.
- 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
- Stamford Grand
- Brighton Beachfront Holiday Park
- Oaks Glenelg Plaza Pier Suites
- The Esplanade Hotel
- West Beach Parks
- Discovery Parks Semaphore
- Enjoy High Tea by the Sea every Saturday and Sunday at Stamford Grand Adelaide.
Immerse yourself at the Alpine Winter Festival with an open air ice rink, ski lodge, immersive art installations, markets and scattered fire pits from 25 June to 18 July.
The Moseley Igloos are back until 29 August featuring a warm fireplace and choose between lounge or table setting.