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A new playground set to open in the city’s north-west on Sunday, has been given the tick of approval by a group of children with hearing, vision and mobility impairments.

More than 20 children from Kilparrin Teaching and Assessment School were invited to preview the Bonython Park Activity Hub this week to test-drive the play equipment; including a 25 metre flying-fox, wheel-chair accessible merry-go-round and giant mouse wheel.

The $3 Million Activity Hub - located between the Bowden Urban Village development and site of the new Adelaide Hospital – was part of a boarder plan by the Adelaide City Council to stitch the parklands together with the city.

Added on 18 Feb 2017
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