Activities tagged: Adelaide Hills Council

Nature Play in the Adelaide Hills – Explore, create, build!

Hosted By: Adelaide Hills Council

Enjoy a morning of local nature play in the Adelaide Hills. Create a feast in a mulch pile kitchen or build a shelter out of sticks, logs and rocks and unlock your imagination in beautiful Mylor. Grandparents are encouraged to attend!

Cost: Free

Target Audience: 0-10 years

Region: Metro and Greater Adelaide

Where: Sherry Park, Mylor Oval, Strathalbyn Rd, Mylor

When: Monday 10 October

Registration Required:

Yes – booking online here

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Nature Play in the Adelaide Hills – Explore, create, build!

Hosted By: The Summit Community Centre - Adelaide Hills Council

Enjoy a morning of local nature play in the Adelaide Hills. Build a cubby, dig in a mud kitchen or scale a mulch mountain! Grandparents are most welcome; come and pass on your skills and memories of the 100's of ways to play outside. Coffee and some refreshments available for purchase on site.

Cost: Free

Target Audience: 0-10 years

Region: Metro and Greater Adelaide

Where: Uraidla Show Grounds Nature Play Corner, entry off of Swamp Rd Uraidla

When: Monday 10 October

Registration Required:

Yes Рbook online here 

For further information:

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Nature Play in the Adelaide Hills – Explore, create, build!

Hosted By: Torrens Valley Community Centre - Adelaide Hills Council

Enjoy a morning of local nature play in the Adelaide Hills. Join us and 'Mobile Junk and Nature Playground' to build a cubby, dig in a mud kitchen or be creative with junk instruments! Coffee and some refreshments available for purchase on site.

Cost: Free

Target Audience: 0-10 years

Region: Metro and Greater Adelaide

Where: Federation Park, 39 Albert Street, Gumeracha. Car parking available.

When: Monday 10 October

Registration Required:

Bookings essential – book here

For further information:

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