7 Great Cafes for Toddlers in Adelaide
Looking for a Great Cafe for Toddlers in Adelaide? Look no further than the city’s many cafes! Cafes are a great place for toddlers because they offer a relaxed atmosphere, plenty of opportunity for exploration, and delicious food. In this blog post, we will discuss seven of the best cafes in Adelaide for toddlers. See full reviews and directions on Boobobutt.
Family Friendly Cafes Around Adelaide
The first cafe is Noonies at the Beach Cafe. The beach doesn’t get much better when there’s a playground in the dunes and ice cream a hop, skip, jump away. Noonies at the Beach is a family friendly kiosk, located right on the beach at the Semaphore South end. Serving fish and chips, coffee and ice-cream. The kiosk sits beside the Semaphore Train track. Across the rails is a fantastic fenced playground. Featuring soft fall rubber underfoot, shade sails, slides, swings and climbing equipment.
Second on the list is the Cafe de Grove, Garden Grove Nursery Playground. Cafe de Grove provides indoor/outdoor dining options, a delicious range of cafe style food for morning/afternoon tea and a fantastic shaded playground. The fully fenced playground can be view from some of the alfresco dining tables and features climbing equipment.
The third cafe on our list is Patch Kitchen & Garden. Patch has a fantastic children’s menu and plenty to help entertain the kids. There is an indoor dining room that has toys, books, games and black boards for drawing. The shared dining and play area in the back garden is fenced with a cubby, sandpit, chicken coop and veggie gardens.
Fourth on our list is Cafe Neptune at Adelaide Shores Caravan Park. Cafe Neptune is open daily serving breakfast, lunch and dinner with indoor and outdoor dining areas. What’s more, there is a small fenced playground on site for anyone to use (best suited to under 5’s) shaded with a slide, climbing equipment and drivers wheel.
Fifth on the list The Coffee Barun. Family friendly cafe with a small kids corner filled with toys. books and colouring in enough to keep the little ones busy over coffee or lunch.
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Sixth on the list is Belair Hotel. The family friendly Bistro offers a children’s menu, outdoor playground and even a dedicated childrens chill out zone, the design of which allows parents to keep an eye on their children while enjoying their dining experience.
Finally, we have the Joan’s Pantry, Apex Park. Meander through the picturesque Adelaide Hills and head towards Hawthorndene, where you will find the iconic “Joan’s Pantry “. It is situated close to lovely Apex Park and playground for the kids and a great spot for dog walkers.
Whether you’re looking for a place to take your toddler out for lunch or snacks, or just somewhere to let them explore and have fun, these seven great cafes in Adelaide are sure to please. So why not treat your little one to a day out at one of these amazing cafes!
Looking for an adventure with some play? Check out our guide to Toddler Friendly Playgrounds.