This website uses modern construction techniques, which may not render correctly in your old browser.
We recommend updating your browser for the best online experience.

Visit browsehappy.com to help you select an upgrade.

Skip to Content
202202 Social Media Post6

Top 3 Accessible Playgrounds in Adelaide

Playgrounds can be enjoyed at any age, but it's hard to know which ones offer the best accessibility for people with disability.

Date posted: Author: Lighthouse Disability

Playgrounds can be enjoyed at any age, but it's hard to know which ones offer the best accessibility for people with disability. Check out our top three accessible playgrounds below and if you have any more suggestions, please let us know.

Image Credit: City of Marion

Hendrie Street Playground

The Hendrie Street playground in Park Holme was the first all abilities playground in South Australia and provides a range of inclusive play equipment including:

  • wheelchair accessible expression swing - where you can be sit face-to-face,
  • wide and accessible platforms,
  • sensory spaces,
  • and an accessible carousel.

To check out where it is click here.



Image Credit: kidsinadelaide.com.au

Rymill Park Quentin Kenihan Inclusive Playground

The Rymill Park Inclusive Playground in Adelaide is named after disability advocate Quentin Kenihan. It provides a range of inclusive play equipment for people all ages, including:

  • mini in-ground trampolines which are also suitable for a wheelchair
  • a sound and sensory garden including musical instruments and equipment at the height a wheelchair user can access
  • a sway swing that rocks
  • a water pump, and a button presser for fountains, that are at the height a wheelchair user can use
  • and a carousel which wheelchairs can access.

To check out where it is click here.


Image Credit: City of Salisbury

St Kilda Adventure Playground

The St Kilda Adventure Playground has always been one of Adelaide's most popular playgrounds, but did you know it have a few bits of accessible play equipment. This includes:

  • a wheelchair accessible slide,
  • an accessible liberty swing
  • and wide accessible paths

To check out where it is click here.

“Lighthouse Disability is a positive organisation to be part of. They make my life easier.”

Gerry, Client

“Lighthouse Disability is a great place to work. It’s been clear since day one that the focus is always on the person that we are supporting.”

Nick, Staff Member

“I have enjoyed my time as a volunteer and appreciate your support provided over the last two years. Thank you very much!”

Mihir, Volunteer

“Lighthouse Disability staff are all amazingly dedicated and our family appreciate all that the team do.”

Madeleine, Sister of a Client


— Gill, Parent of a Client