The weekend is almost here. Why not do something different. Get outdoors and into nature. Go for a bushwalk. Stroll along the beach, barefoot (good grounding!). Slow down and avoid the hustle (breathe!). Make your weekends mean something. Before you pack that picnic lunch and sunscreen, read on for some of our favourite things to do in Adelaide:
Second Valley Day Trip 🌊
Did someone say day trip? Spend the day at Second Valley Beach where this pristine beach meets geological formations for Instagram-worthy pics. Shoes off for a beach walk and some good ol’ grounding or get adventurous with snorkelling and scuba diving. Either way, it’ll be a day well spent!
PYO Fruit 🍓
Trust us when we say there is nothing better than fresh fruit you’ve picked yourself. Cue: Strawberry picking or cherry picking. From Harvest the Fleurieu and Beerenberg for strawberries or Lenswood and Ashton for cherries, this seasonal exercise is our top ‘pick’ on how to spend a Saturday or Sunday.
(November – April, but check before you go)
Sunflower Farm Road Trip 🌻
If you prefer picking flowers over fruit than this is for you – the Atkins Farm sunflower field. Located in the Adelaide Hills, means you can wander through the fields and pick sunflowers from the farm to your home. Hashtag country lyfe!
Belair National Park 🦘
Get on down to SA’s oldest national park – that’s Belair National Park were talking about – for a fun family day. Think sunset walks, kangaroo spotting or feasting on a family picnic. Nature’s calling!
Hot Yoga at Yoga Fusion 🧘🏼♀️
There’s yoga and then there’s Hot Yoga at Yoga Fusion. It’s hot, relaxing and owner Gabby's favourite pastime! Get ready to get sweaty in Olivia's class – it’s a zen out of zen (10/10).
Waterfall Gully Hike 🤳🏼
Get your adventure on and get to Waterfall Gully for a morning hike with a friend. Soak in the sight, sounds of nature and native vegetation. Just don’t forget to pack the essentials - your Juice Institute cold pressed juice, of course!
Kayak canoe trail at the Myponga Reservoir
Hot days call for beach! Or kayaking at Myponga Reservoir. The kids will love it and you’ll work up a sweat kayaking – win/win! And once you’ve finished exploring the 250+ hectares of water, you can dock for a picnic in the stunning surrounds of the reservoir. All aboard!