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Anstey Hill Recreation Park This park is situated in Adelaide's north eastern suburbs, 16km from the CBD. Up to 35 species of reptile and amphibians live here with 145 species of native birds. Other native animals to be seen are echidnas, kangaroos, bats, carpet snakes, skinks and koalas. There are no visitor facilities or amenities, but, there are a comprehensive network of walking tracks. Adelaide Zoo Adelaide Zoo is home to over 1,800 animals and almost 300 species of exotic and native mammals, birds, reptiles and fish exhibited in 8 hectares of magnificent. Cleland Wildlife Park Ever wanted to hold a koala? At Cleland Wildlife Park you can! Just 20 minutes drive from Adelaide, you can touch and feed captivating wildlife in this. Gorge Wildlife Park/b> This park has one of the most comprehensive collection of privately owned animals and birds in Australia. Gorge Wildlife Park is not your average wildlife park, a place where people and animals get together. Aldinga Beach This is one of Adelaides most popular beaches due to it's proximity to the city. A great beach for swimming, and has plenty of eateries and shops nearby. Glenelg Beach Glenelg is Adelaide's most popular seadside resort, located 11km soutwest of the city. Its long white sandy beach is clean and safe which makes it a great beach for families and swimming, it is also surrounded by lovely picnic areas, a great espanade and many restuarants , cafes and bars. Australian Museum of Childhood See children's toys that date back as early as the 1890s at the Australian Museum of Childhood in Port Adelaide. Discover the fads and trends of children. Ayers House Musuem Ayers House Museum illustrates Victorian domestic life as it was lived both upstairs and downstairs. It's a colonial mansion named after the nineteenth. Victorian domestic life is displayed right through the historic house, from costume, furniture and artwork. Adelaide Botanic Gardens At the eastern end of North Terrace are the cities Botanic Gardens, founded in 1855. The Adelaide Botanic Garden is a garden oasis in the cosmopolitan heart of Adelaide city. This 30-hectare nook of the city offers beautifully themed gardens.

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