Family-friendly activities

The kids will love these activities just as much as you love your South Australian wine tours!


Australia’s first inner-city aerial adventure park takes place in the heart of the Adelaide City Parklands. Have a thrilling experience while being educated on the nature and safety of tree climbing. Suitable for people of all ages and fitness levels (if under 16 must be accompanied by an adult/friend/older sibling) and hosting 8 different courses and 70 different obstacles, it remains a perfect destination for school holiday fun. With catering for birthdays and corporate events, as well as an onsite café, TreeClimb caters for climbers and spectators ensuring an enjoyable experience for all.

Monarto Safari Park

Being the largest safari experience to exist outside of Africa, Monarto’s vast landscapes span over 1,500 hectares. Home to more than 50 species of exotic and native animals and only an hour away from the CBD, it’s the perfect destination for a family visit. There are options to explore the park by foot with multiple walking trails or via the Zu-loop bus! Having various venues to view wildlife, Monarto also caters for corporate with their onsite function centre, ideal for animal lovers alike!

Cleland Wildlife Park

Love to get up-close with animals? Then you cannot miss a chance to visit Cleland Wildlife Park! Located just 20 minutes from the city centre, a visit to Cleland is your chance to get cuddly with nature and native animals. Here, you can cuddle a koala, feed a pelican, enter the cockatoo aviary, or hold snakes and lizards. Ideal for families, visitors and for people looking at getting that perfect Instagram shot with arguably Australia’s cutest animal. Bookings are essential for animal experiences.

Beerenberg Family Farm

You’ve no doubt seen photos of people picking their own strawberries. Well, you can have those memories too, thanks to the Beerenberg Family Farm in the Adelaide Hills! Visit during strawberry season (November to April) to get your hands on the juiciest strawberries you’ll ever try, or stop into the Farm Shop during the cooler months and get your hands on impeccable, locally made jams, sauces, chutneys, and dressings. Sometimes, you’ll even find limited edition products only available on the Farm.