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The Top Four for Teens


There's plenty of cool things for teens to do that will get them moving and inspire their imaginations and minds! 

Enhance your adventure with our interactive map below or keep scrolling to read the article.


Kurangga Park BMX Track

 Blue Gum Park / Kurangga (Park 20) - corner of Unley Road & Greenhill Road, Adelaide


Hit the dirt in Kurangga Park! This free, well-maintained BMX track is open to all with courses available for beginner, intermediate and advanced skill levels. Located in the Southern Park Lands off Unley Road, the track is easily accessible by car or public transport throughout the year.

NEO at the Art Gallery of South Australia

Art Gallery of South Australia, North Terrace, Adelaide SA 5000


NEO is the Gallery’s program that brings art, ideas and epic events for 13-17 year olds to life. The ever-evolving program features get-togethers that encompass artist-led workshops, live music and a space where teens can get together and explore art and expression on their terms! All events are free.

Image: Meaghan Coles


North Terrace, adjacent Morphett Street Bridge, Adelaide SA 5000


The MOD museum, aka Museum of Discovery, is on a mission to transform the public's perceptions of science. Expect less Bunsen burners, more immersive experiences. Spanning across two levels, there's a rotation of multiple exhibitions at any given time. Once your grey matter is inspired, sign up for a hands-on workshop to create your very own piece of science. Recommended for ages 15+.

Image: roseliemoon via Instagram

Escape Rooms

Adventure Rooms Adelaide

51-53 Rundle Mall, Adelaide SA 5000


Escape Hunt Adelaide: Escape Rooms & Bar

Enter via, Level 3/133 Rundle Mall, Twin St, Adelaide SA 5000


For older teens, Adventure Rooms offer live ‘escape the room’ experiences. The team is locked away in a room with hidden and mysterious objects that are clues on how to get out. As the clock ticks, you must work with your team to think outside the square and find the final key to freedom.

According to their website, only 30% of people escape. Challenge accepted?
*One person in the group must be over 16 years of age.

Bonus: Getting Around!

Adelaide is an easy city to traverse all year round! While a walk in town is the simplest way to go, you have more options than just that.

Jump on the Free City Connector or catch a tram to see the sights in the speedy comfort of our free transport.

Pick up a free bike from heaps of city locations to ride around and enjoy the fresh air at your leisure. 

Located all over the city, UPark offers parking all day (and all night!) with a range of early-bird and event day specials.

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