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Bonython Park

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Bonython Park playground
Photograph: Supplied/Josie Withers Bonython Park playground

Time Out says

Playgrounds come in many tiers. Your entry-level equipment includes swings, a slide, at least one thing that spins and makes you feel a bit sick and usually some sort of rampart to clamber over, under and around. But when a playground features a 25-metre flying fox, you know you're really onto a good thing. Bonython Park (also called Tulya Wodli, which means police barracks in Kaurna, the language of the traditional custodians of the the Adelaide Plains), is park number 27 and part of the Riverbank park lands that surround the River Torrens (Karrawirra Parri). It's home to Bonython Playground, which features water play facilities, an accessible merry-go-round, sandpit and a giant mouse wheel. There's a nearby mock roadway that allows new bicycle riders to practice their road skills; biodiverity areas; a boat pond and pathways for runners, walkers and cyclists to clear their heads and stretch their legs.




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